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Creating application pool for ASP.NET 1.1 in IIS7 running on x64 V

Hi all,

I recently installed 64 bit version of Vista hoping to make it my primary
development setup. I was able to do work with IIS7 and ASP.NET 2.0/Visua
Studio 2005 combo, but hit a roadblock trying to work with Visual Studio .NET
2003 on ASP.NET 1.1 app.

The problem is that I can’t create an application pool in IIS7 that would
run .NET Framework 1.1. I noticed that unlinke .NET Framework 2.0, Framework
1.1 only gets installed into “C:\Windows\M icrosoft.NET\Fr amework”, but not
under “C:\Windows\M icrosoft.NET\Fr amework64”. This (I think) leads to only
two choises in the “.NET Framework version” list of the “Edit Application
Pool” dialog of IIS7: "No Managed Code" and “.NET Framework v2.0.50727” with
1.1 Framework missing.

My question is this: is it possible to create IIS7 application pool under
Vista 64 that would load .NET Framework 1.1?

Thank you,
--
Vlad Hrybok
http://UltiDev.com
Dec 11 '06 #1
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some side notes on running .NET 1.1 apps on 64 bit system. .NET Framework
1.1 does not support 64-bit versions of the Windows platform. However it
runs fine on a Windows 64-bit version thanks to WOW64 but these has some
disadvantages of which being the greatest that it will be x86 emulated and
it will run only on one core.

In IIS7 you can run your ASP.NET 1.1 web applications without the need for
installing the .NET 1.1 framework you just create a classic .NET application
pool.

Gabriel Lozano-Morn
The .NET Aficionado
http://www.pointerx.net
"Vlad Hrybok" <vg*****@newsgr oups.nospamwrot e in message
news:3B******** *************** ***********@mic rosoft.com...
Hi all,

I recently installed 64 bit version of Vista hoping to make it my primary
development setup. I was able to do work with IIS7 and ASP.NET 2.0/Visua
Studio 2005 combo, but hit a roadblock trying to work with Visual Studio
.NET
2003 on ASP.NET 1.1 app.

The problem is that I can't create an application pool in IIS7 that would
run .NET Framework 1.1. I noticed that unlinke .NET Framework 2.0,
Framework
1.1 only gets installed into "C:\Windows\Mic rosoft.NET\Fram ework", but not
under "C:\Windows\Mic rosoft.NET\Fram ework64". This (I think) leads to only
two choises in the ".NET Framework version" list of the "Edit Application
Pool" dialog of IIS7: "No Managed Code" and ".NET Framework v2.0.50727"
with
1.1 Framework missing.

My question is this: is it possible to create IIS7 application pool under
Vista 64 that would load .NET Framework 1.1?

Thank you,
--
Vlad Hrybok
http://UltiDev.com

Dec 11 '06 #2
Thank you for the hint. I am able to run ASP.NET 1.1 application under the
app pool that loads 2.0 Framework. Another issue remains: is it possible to
debug such applicaiton in VS.NET 2003?
--
Vlad Hrybok
http://UltiDev.com
"Gabriel Lozano-Morán" wrote:
some side notes on running .NET 1.1 apps on 64 bit system. .NET Framework
1.1 does not support 64-bit versions of the Windows platform. However it
runs fine on a Windows 64-bit version thanks to WOW64 but these has some
disadvantages of which being the greatest that it will be x86 emulated and
it will run only on one core.

In IIS7 you can run your ASP.NET 1.1 web applications without the need for
installing the .NET 1.1 framework you just create a classic .NET application
pool.

Gabriel Lozano-Morán
The .NET Aficionado
http://www.pointerx.net
"Vlad Hrybok" <vg*****@newsgr oups.nospamwrot e in message
news:3B******** *************** ***********@mic rosoft.com...
Hi all,

I recently installed 64 bit version of Vista hoping to make it my primary
development setup. I was able to do work with IIS7 and ASP.NET 2.0/Visua
Studio 2005 combo, but hit a roadblock trying to work with Visual Studio
.NET
2003 on ASP.NET 1.1 app.

The problem is that I can't create an application pool in IIS7 that would
run .NET Framework 1.1. I noticed that unlinke .NET Framework 2.0,
Framework
1.1 only gets installed into "C:\Windows\Mic rosoft.NET\Fram ework", but not
under "C:\Windows\Mic rosoft.NET\Fram ework64". This (I think) leads to only
two choises in the ".NET Framework version" list of the "Edit Application
Pool" dialog of IIS7: "No Managed Code" and ".NET Framework v2.0.50727"
with
1.1 Framework missing.

My question is this: is it possible to create IIS7 application pool under
Vista 64 that would load .NET Framework 1.1?

Thank you,
--
Vlad Hrybok
http://UltiDev.com


Dec 11 '06 #3
Sorry.. Never mind my "how to debug under VS.NET 2003" question - turns out
our own version of ASP.NET 1.1 Cassini web server is working fine under Vista
x64. Duh!
--
Vlad Hrybok
http://UltiDev.com
"Vlad Hrybok" wrote:
Thank you for the hint. I am able to run ASP.NET 1.1 application under the
app pool that loads 2.0 Framework. Another issue remains: is it possible to
debug such applicaiton in VS.NET 2003?
--
Vlad Hrybok
http://UltiDev.com
"Gabriel Lozano-Morán" wrote:
some side notes on running .NET 1.1 apps on 64 bit system. .NET Framework
1.1 does not support 64-bit versions of the Windows platform. However it
runs fine on a Windows 64-bit version thanks to WOW64 but these has some
disadvantages of which being the greatest that it will be x86 emulated and
it will run only on one core.

In IIS7 you can run your ASP.NET 1.1 web applications without the need for
installing the .NET 1.1 framework you just create a classic .NET application
pool.

Gabriel Lozano-Morán
The .NET Aficionado
http://www.pointerx.net
"Vlad Hrybok" <vg*****@newsgr oups.nospamwrot e in message
news:3B******** *************** ***********@mic rosoft.com...
Hi all,
>
I recently installed 64 bit version of Vista hoping to make it my primary
development setup. I was able to do work with IIS7 and ASP.NET 2.0/Visua
Studio 2005 combo, but hit a roadblock trying to work with Visual Studio
.NET
2003 on ASP.NET 1.1 app.
>
The problem is that I can't create an application pool in IIS7 that would
run .NET Framework 1.1. I noticed that unlinke .NET Framework 2.0,
Framework
1.1 only gets installed into "C:\Windows\Mic rosoft.NET\Fram ework", but not
under "C:\Windows\Mic rosoft.NET\Fram ework64". This (I think) leads to only
two choises in the ".NET Framework version" list of the "Edit Application
Pool" dialog of IIS7: "No Managed Code" and ".NET Framework v2.0.50727"
with
1.1 Framework missing.
>
My question is this: is it possible to create IIS7 application pool under
Vista 64 that would load .NET Framework 1.1?
>
Thank you,
--
Vlad Hrybok
http://UltiDev.com
Dec 11 '06 #4

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