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Hi,

While trying to run my app im getting the error Could not find a part of the path "c:\inetpub\www root\Do not Delete\dbglobal .config".

I checked and found that there is no Important_Do not Delete folder inside the wwwroot.

The error occurs when i try to use the following code:

//inside my test.aspx

private void Page_Load(objec t sender, System.EventArg s e)
{

if(!Page.IsPost Back)
{
Users users = new Users(strConnSt ring);// where Users is a defined class.
DataView dv = users.Authentic ateUser("abcd") ;
}


}

//inside my Users.cs

public DataView AuthenticateUse r(string UserName)
{
ArrayList al = null;
DataSet ds = null;
DataView dv = null;
Access myAccess= null;// Access is my class which has all the SQL coommands.


UserName = Utils.EbayUserN ame(UserName);

try
{
al = new ArrayList();
al.Add(DataAcce ss.AddSqlParame ter("username", DbType.String, UserName));

myAccess = new DataAccess(strC onnString);

ds = myAccess.Execut eDataset(Comman dType.StoredPro cedure, "AuthenticateUs er", ref al);// AuthenticateUse r is the storedproc.This is where the error ocuurs and goes to catch.

dv = ds.Tables[0].DefaultView;

}
catch(Exception ex)
{
throw new Exception(ex.Me ssage.ToString( ));
}
finally
{
//code to run..

}

return dv;
}



PLease help; PLease note this is in 1.1framwrk.

Thankx
May 2 '07 #1
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radcaesar
759 Recognized Expert Contributor
This was the problem with the permissions.

Check the user in which you run the ASP.NET and also check the permissions which you have on that user.

Its recommended to run the application in domain user.

:)
May 2 '07 #2
Nitinkcv
65 New Member
This was the problem with the permissions.

Check the user in which you run the ASP.NET and also check the permissions which you have on that user.

Its recommended to run the application in domain user.

:)

Im actually deploying this on a server machine. I have my own user name and password. could u clarify when u say that to Check the user in which you run the ASP.NET. Also wat sort of permissions should i look out for.

Im a newbie to this. so plz bear with me.

Thankx,
May 2 '07 #3
radcaesar
759 Recognized Expert Contributor
You have to make changes in the web.confid file

<Identity Impersonate="tr ue" username="Yourd omain\UrUsernam e" password="Passw ord">

Then, check whether the application folder has full rights on the user u specifuied above.

For steps to set the permission refer,

http://support.microso ft.com/kb/306158

Sorry i can't explain the steps here since its a ehadache for me.


RE me if u have any issues.
May 2 '07 #4

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