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ASP.NET - Publishing Website Problem

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Hi

I have created a website using ASP.NET and i have published my website successfully using publishing wizard in Visual Studio 2005 with no errors. Now i have a folder called "Precompiled Web" in my project folder. How can i run this published website in Opera and other browsers.

Please help me...

Thanks in advance.
Sep 10 '08 #1
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P: 87
Hi

I want to know how to change the browser-Internet explorer(default) to Opera to execute my webpage in ASP.NET (Visual Studio 2005).

Please help me...
Sep 10 '08 #2

Curtis Rutland
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OK, ASP.NET websites have to be served. What I mean is that it's not like HTML where you can just load it up in a browser. You have to host it on a webserver. Typically IIS.

Here's a tutorial I just looked up that should help you set up IIS on a windows XP machine.
Sep 10 '08 #3

Curtis Rutland
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Please don't double post.

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Sep 10 '08 #4

P: 87
Hi

Sorry for posting the same question twice.

I have successfully executed my website in opera and mozilla firefox with your instruction.

My another question is, I executed my website in Internet explorer in which i have signout option in various pages and when the user signs out, the previously visited pages will not be shown to the user.He will be brought back to home page.

But in opera and firefox, the previously visited pages are shown to the user but when the user presses any controls in that pages then the home page is shown to the user to login again to user those controls.

Why is it so and what is the solution for it?

Please help me....
Sep 10 '08 #5

Curtis Rutland
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The problem is one of caching. The browser caches the previous pages. I can't remember how to force no cache right now...sorry. I'll do some looking.
Sep 10 '08 #6

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