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Can't Use Web Utility Outside Developer Environment

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I have written a web utility that functions fine when I run it inside VB.Net
2003. However, I can't get it to work outside the developer environment.

The initial page checks the browser and version, then launches an ASPX page.
There, I get problems galore. The component to load available DSNs into a
drop-down list does nothing (without errors), the "Request.QueryString" now
returns nothing, and the javascript component to load messages onto the page
fails.

Am I compiling this wrong? This is my first project in VB.Net, so maybe I
am missing something obvious.

Jul 21 '05 #1
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Glenn,

Can you first make a project and than debug it direct. Than you should see a
page.

Than you know that your environment is OK and can you search why your
program is not working.

I hope this helps?

Cor

"GlennRose" <Gl*******@discussions.microsoft.com>
I have written a web utility that functions fine when I run it inside
VB.Net
2003. However, I can't get it to work outside the developer environment.

The initial page checks the browser and version, then launches an ASPX
page.
There, I get problems galore. The component to load available DSNs into
a
drop-down list does nothing (without errors), the "Request.QueryString"
now
returns nothing, and the javascript component to load messages onto the
page
fails.

Am I compiling this wrong? This is my first project in VB.Net, so maybe I
am missing something obvious.

Jul 21 '05 #2

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