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  Asked By: Nicole    Date: Dec 05    Category: Asp.net    Views: 1683

I am trying to migrate from asp to asp .net. Installed 2k adv server
and .net framework. 2kserver is serving html and asp; but not serving
aspx files. The html tags in aspx file is served; but is neglecting
the asp .net lines. No error messages. Can anybody help?



6 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Minal Nayak     Answered On: Dec 05
Answer #2    Answered By: Haru Tanaka     Answered On: Dec 05

Thanks for the link. Went to the MS KB and did the steps. But now
things have worsened; "Server Application Unavailable". I will try re-
installing IIS.

Please post your valuable comments on this.

Answer #3    Answered By: Jacob Evans     Answered On: Dec 05

i relly need help  in this as i said i do have a asp  list box its
datatextfield = project_name and its datavaluefield = project_id
so my question how could i write an sql insert statement to take the
value of the project_id when the user chooses a project name.

Answer #4    Answered By: Chaths Massri     Answered On: Dec 05

Try this:

string Sql = "INSERT INTO Projects (project_id) VALUES (" +
ProjectList.SelectedItem.Value + ")";

Answer #5    Answered By: Tarron Thompson     Answered On: Dec 05

I have a very BIG problem, and i'am unable to solve it...
I always used to develo asp.net apps on my personal pc, and close to
final release put it on the stage server and test it. But this time
due to customer requirements i have to use the stage server for my
initial development... And there occured the problem: i could'nt
manage to start remote debugging from my VS.net. My Pc have Windows
XP installed  and the server is Windows 2000 advanced server with
SQL2000 server on the same machine (developenet server after
all :)) )

VS.NET generates an error  message that the MTS administration
package could not be fount, and due to this its imposible to
automatically setup the debug process on the server... I've tried
anithing I could but the error was still there :(( There is no KB
article on this particular subject either.

Answer #6    Answered By: Poushali Ganguly     Answered On: Oct 18

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