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Web Form Control's Don't Show

Hello,

I'm in the process of learning how to create web applications using ASP.NET.
The OS is XP Pro with IE6 SP2. I have IIS installed (which I think was done
prior to installing Visual Studio.NET). I created a simple ASP Web
Application consisting of 3 labels, 3 TextBoxes and 1 button. The form is
formatted with each TextBox lined up vertically with its corresponding label
to the left of each TextBox. When I run the application (by selecting
Debug>Start from Design Mode) The app opens in IE but the TextBoxes and the
button do not show; only the labels show; but the labels are displayed
horizontally (not vertically as designed) across the top of the page. I have
tried searching around to find out what may cause this problem but I'm still
not sure how to resolve it. Any help in resolving this issue so that my form
will display and function properly will be greatly appreciated.

Thank you,
Dave Y
Jul 21 '05 #1
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It sounds like you don't have ASP.Net installed in IIS. Check MSDN for
how to patch IIS, or jsut reinstall the .Net framework.

Jul 21 '05 #2
Hi Patrick,

Thanks for your reply. I found a few articles in the KB that were helpful. I
had to repair the IIS mapping and re-register the Aspnet_isapi.dll file. In
case you are intersted, the KB article numbers are: 306005; 325093; and
841558. My aspx web page now opens in IE properly. The only problem I have to
figure out now is I get an error message if I try to run the application
using the Debugger. I can however run the application error free if I start
without debugging. Thank you again for your suggestion.

Dave Y

"Patrick A" wrote:
It sounds like you don't have ASP.Net installed in IIS. Check MSDN for
how to patch IIS, or jsut reinstall the .Net framework.

Jul 21 '05 #3

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