DLL PROBLEM ON PRODUCTION - urgent!!!


N

nish

hi,

i upgraded from vs2003 to vs2005.
upgraded from framework 1.1 to 2.0.
did a conversion on my code.

my site is working on my local machine, however it is failing on
production.
i believe the problem is with the dll file. the dlls are now being
stored in temporary asp.net files folder. the dll files within the
/bin/ folder have been EXCLUDED from the project. this works fine on
my local machine.

i copied over my files on to the production server and the sites work
fine except that all the datasets that were CACHED (within global.asax)
are now all null. I am receiving a nullreference exception.

my question is as follows:

there is no dll to be found on the production machine since nothing was
compiled there and vs2005 was not installed. in this case should i
copy the dlls within my /temporary asp.net files/ folder into the same
folder in production???
will this fix the error.

please advise.
thanks,
nisha
 
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G

Guest

They should work fine in the /bin. I do not have time to test this,however.

One option I can think of is use the precompile option for websites, which
compiles the entire site into a DLL. Then, deploy the precompiled site. The
help file has info, or you can search MSDN for info. See if that helps.

It prevents dropping a lot of the files on the fly, but it should be another
option that might work.

Dropping in Temp ASP circumvents the system and probably will NOT work.

--
Gregory A. Beamer
MVP; MCP: +I, SE, SD, DBA

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N

nish

hi gregory,

can you please provide some more details or a link, i was unable to
find any information on this.
i dropped the idea of copying over the dlls into the temp asp folder.

Thanks,
nisha
 
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N

nish

hi gregory,

ok i tried what you suggested, but now i'm receiving the following
error:


--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Server Error in '/hwsetools' Application.
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Parser Error
Description: An error occurred during the parsing of a resource
required to service this request. Please review the following specific
parse error details and modify your source file appropriately.

Parser Error Message: Ambiguous match found.

Source Error:

Line 1: <%@ page language="c#" inherits="Discovery.desktop,
App_Web_r3o_elen" %>
Line 2: <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN"Line 3: <HTML>


Source File: /HWSETOOLS/desktop.aspx Line: 1

i have researched but no one seems to have this particular problem.
any ideas?

thanks,
nisha
 

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