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web applications

Postby anonymous » Wed, 26 Nov 2003 02:20:21 GMT

Hello,

I am a VB6 user and I just got a copy of VS.net and I've 
decided to start studying for .Net certifications, 
starting off with exam 70-305. When I try to start a new 
asp.net web application through VB.net, it asks for me to 
connect to a server. I do not know what I am supposed to 
put there, so it won't let me start with a new project. I 
tried working offline, but that option is "greyed-out".. 
Anyone have any ideas why I can't create a new project?

Thanks,
Steve

Re: web applications

Postby General Protection Fault » Wed, 26 Nov 2003 02:39:59 GMT



Yes, you can't create a new project because you need a web server.

If you're on XP Home, you're SOL, unless you want to use Cassini.  On 
2000 or XP Professional, install IIS.


Re: web applications

Postby anonymous » Wed, 26 Nov 2003 03:45:23 GMT

I'm sorry, I'm a little confused. I understand that I 
can't create a new project because I don't have a web 
server, but what does SQL (XP home user) have to do with 
it? Can you elaborate in detail on how I'm supposed to 
start a web application, or point me to a url? Thanks in 
advance!!


I've 
new 
to 
to 
I 
out".. 
web server.
Cassini.  On 

Re: web applications

Postby hello » Wed, 26 Nov 2003 04:48:08 GMT

Hi Steve,

I'm not sure what you problem is, but you might want to take a look at
aspnet_regiis.exe

You might need to register ASP.NET on your IIS Web server by executing
aspnet_regiis -i

You can find aspnet_regiis.exe in
C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v1.1.4322 (yours might be in a slightly
different folder).









Re: web applications

Postby David » Wed, 26 Nov 2003 05:00:02 GMT

IIS is not available on XP Home edition - If you've got XP Pro - Go to Add
Remove Programs - Add Remove Windows Components - Select IIS.  I would
reccommend you install everything (I know you need the Front Page server
extensions)
If you still have problems try an re-install of VS.NET.  You will know if
IIS is set up properly as you should get a warning message if this isn't set
up.
Hope this helps,

David W
MCP









Re: web applications

Postby Ramon » Wed, 26 Nov 2003 05:54:33 GMT

Using File Share is an alternative to the Front Page 
server extensions method for accessing the web server.
XP Pro - Go to Add
IIS.  I would
Front Page server
You will know if
message if this isn't set



with
in

me
supposed
project.
project?
use

Re: web applications

Postby General Protection Fault » Wed, 26 Nov 2003 05:59:59 GMT



Read more closely -- I didn't say "you're SQL", I said "you're SOL", 
meaning $hit-out-of-luck.


Re: web applications

Postby General Protection Fault » Wed, 26 Nov 2003 06:12:47 GMT




I think he's missing his web server entirely.


Re: web applications

Postby anonymous » Wed, 26 Nov 2003 06:14:11 GMT

thanks everyone.. i just resolved the problem by 
installing win xp pro..

Select 
VS.NET.  




a
for 
a

Re: web applications

Postby General Protection Fault » Wed, 26 Nov 2003 06:35:08 GMT




I hope I'm not the only one that finds that sentence -- out of context 
-- to be hilarious.



Re: web applications

Postby anonymous » Thu, 04 Dec 2003 02:14:31 GMT

David,

I tried the below mentioned instructions. It is asking me 
to insert a XP prof SP 2 CD to install IIS. Where can I 
find this CD (it is not available with my standard 
windows XP prof OS CD)? Do I have to download microsoft 
updates in order to do this? Thanks a lot for this 
information.

-Arch B   
XP Pro - Go to Add
IIS.  I would
Front Page server
You will know if
message if this isn't set



with
in

me
supposed
project.
project?
use

Re: web applications

Postby Paul Robson » Thu, 04 Dec 2003 02:45:15 GMT



Hi. I have XP Pro and IIS. All I did was go to Add/Remove Programs, 
select "Windows Components" and it should be there.

You can't install it on top of XP Home without a huge hack.



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