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okay silly question on .aspx forms

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I have been using .Net for over a year now mostly with Windows forms with no
problems.

I have just started to build a small web application with one .aspx page.
It all works fine on my localhost etc...

I now want to push it to my live Internet site. However I don't know what
files to ftp across and where to place them (the site ISP says in a folder
called /xyz).

So I need to ask, what do I do with my .dll .aspx etc.... files in terms of
ftp'ing them to the live Internet site and invoke the .aspx page ???
(NB the web site supports .net v1.1)

Thanks
Gerry
Nov 21 '05 #1
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Gerry,

First you have to know if your ISP supports ASPNET and with that IIS. I am
afraid you will be disapointed and have to search for a new ISP. In this
newsgroup you can search for that because it is often asked.

I hope this helps anyway somehow?

Cor

"dotnetnewbie" <do**********@discussions.microsoft.com>
I have been using .Net for over a year now mostly with Windows forms with
no
problems.

I have just started to build a small web application with one .aspx page.
It all works fine on my localhost etc...

I now want to push it to my live Internet site. However I don't know what
files to ftp across and where to place them (the site ISP says in a folder
called /xyz).

So I need to ask, what do I do with my .dll .aspx etc.... files in terms
of
ftp'ing them to the live Internet site and invoke the .aspx page ???
(NB the web site supports .net v1.1)

Thanks
Gerry

Nov 21 '05 #2

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in .NET 1.1 all you need is the ASPX and DLL files that are in the BIN
folder for your site to work (excluding any external files to .NET you may
of included in your project such as JPEG, XSLT and XML files)
"dotnetnewbie" <do**********@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:58**********************************@microsof t.com...
I have been using .Net for over a year now mostly with Windows forms with
no
problems.

I have just started to build a small web application with one .aspx page.
It all works fine on my localhost etc...

I now want to push it to my live Internet site. However I don't know what
files to ftp across and where to place them (the site ISP says in a folder
called /xyz).

So I need to ask, what do I do with my .dll .aspx etc.... files in terms
of
ftp'ing them to the live Internet site and invoke the .aspx page ???
(NB the web site supports .net v1.1)

Thanks
Gerry

Nov 21 '05 #3

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"dotnetnewbie" <do**********@discussions.microsoft.com> schrieb:
So I need to ask, what do I do with my .dll .aspx etc....
files in terms of ftp'ing them to the live Internet site and
invoke the .aspx page ???
(NB the web site supports .net v1.1)


You can check if ASP.NET works by simply uploading one of your ".aspx" files
like a normal HTML document and then trying to show this file in your web
browser.

For installing DLLs (HTTP modules, ...) you need access to certain
directories ("bin" directory, for example). Many ISPs do not give direct
access to these directories, but you may contact the support for installing
the DLLs and setting the permissions.

--
Herfried K. Wagner [MVP]
<URL:http://dotnet.mvps.org/>

Nov 21 '05 #4

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I've placed them in the Bin but how do I get the appropriate aspx page to
show by default (is there a config file I need to change ) ?

Thanks
Gerry

"Brian Henry" wrote:
in .NET 1.1 all you need is the ASPX and DLL files that are in the BIN
folder for your site to work (excluding any external files to .NET you may
of included in your project such as JPEG, XSLT and XML files)
"dotnetnewbie" <do**********@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:58**********************************@microsof t.com...
I have been using .Net for over a year now mostly with Windows forms with
no
problems.

I have just started to build a small web application with one .aspx page.
It all works fine on my localhost etc...

I now want to push it to my live Internet site. However I don't know what
files to ftp across and where to place them (the site ISP says in a folder
called /xyz).

So I need to ask, what do I do with my .dll .aspx etc.... files in terms
of
ftp'ing them to the live Internet site and invoke the .aspx page ???
(NB the web site supports .net v1.1)

Thanks
Gerry


Nov 21 '05 #5

P: n/a
I've placed them in the Bin but how do I get the appropriate aspx page to
show by default (is there a config file I need to change ) ?

Thanks
Gerry

"Brian Henry" wrote:
in .NET 1.1 all you need is the ASPX and DLL files that are in the BIN
folder for your site to work (excluding any external files to .NET you may
of included in your project such as JPEG, XSLT and XML files)
"dotnetnewbie" <do**********@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:58**********************************@microsof t.com...
I have been using .Net for over a year now mostly with Windows forms with
no
problems.

I have just started to build a small web application with one .aspx page.
It all works fine on my localhost etc...

I now want to push it to my live Internet site. However I don't know what
files to ftp across and where to place them (the site ISP says in a folder
called /xyz).

So I need to ask, what do I do with my .dll .aspx etc.... files in terms
of
ftp'ing them to the live Internet site and invoke the .aspx page ???
(NB the web site supports .net v1.1)

Thanks
Gerry


Nov 21 '05 #6

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to show default.aspx as the main page? you need to change that in IIS on the
server and set the order for pages to be the default page.
"dotnetnewbie" <do**********@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:5A**********************************@microsof t.com...
I've placed them in the Bin but how do I get the appropriate aspx page to
show by default (is there a config file I need to change ) ?

Thanks
Gerry

"Brian Henry" wrote:
in .NET 1.1 all you need is the ASPX and DLL files that are in the BIN
folder for your site to work (excluding any external files to .NET you
may
of included in your project such as JPEG, XSLT and XML files)
"dotnetnewbie" <do**********@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:58**********************************@microsof t.com...
>I have been using .Net for over a year now mostly with Windows forms
>with
>no
> problems.
>
> I have just started to build a small web application with one .aspx
> page.
> It all works fine on my localhost etc...
>
> I now want to push it to my live Internet site. However I don't know
> what
> files to ftp across and where to place them (the site ISP says in a
> folder
> called /xyz).
>
> So I need to ask, what do I do with my .dll .aspx etc.... files in
> terms
> of
> ftp'ing them to the live Internet site and invoke the .aspx page ???
> (NB the web site supports .net v1.1)
>
> Thanks
> Gerry


Nov 21 '05 #7

P: n/a
to show default.aspx as the main page? you need to change that in IIS on the
server and set the order for pages to be the default page.
"dotnetnewbie" <do**********@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:5A**********************************@microsof t.com...
I've placed them in the Bin but how do I get the appropriate aspx page to
show by default (is there a config file I need to change ) ?

Thanks
Gerry

"Brian Henry" wrote:
in .NET 1.1 all you need is the ASPX and DLL files that are in the BIN
folder for your site to work (excluding any external files to .NET you
may
of included in your project such as JPEG, XSLT and XML files)
"dotnetnewbie" <do**********@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:58**********************************@microsof t.com...
>I have been using .Net for over a year now mostly with Windows forms
>with
>no
> problems.
>
> I have just started to build a small web application with one .aspx
> page.
> It all works fine on my localhost etc...
>
> I now want to push it to my live Internet site. However I don't know
> what
> files to ftp across and where to place them (the site ISP says in a
> folder
> called /xyz).
>
> So I need to ask, what do I do with my .dll .aspx etc.... files in
> terms
> of
> ftp'ing them to the live Internet site and invoke the .aspx page ???
> (NB the web site supports .net v1.1)
>
> Thanks
> Gerry


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