But that is the end of the instructions. When I try to navigate to the folder specified I get: 'C:\WINDOWS\system32\inetsrv' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file. If at least I could find a bit more information about the actual error somewhere! I have version 5.1.2600.1 of IIS. Check This Out
if yes how? Reply Subversyv-Te... Its a shame, I like to have a secure computer. To check whether IIS server is installed: Run->inetmgr press enter.To know how to install and configure IIS server check the following Link:http://chalaki.com/install-iis6-windows-xp-professional-sp3-setup-run-csharp-cgi/425/To develop Website using Visual developer 2008 with IIS instead http://www.sitepoint.com/forums/showthread.php?582961-IIS-5-1-will-not-serve-ASP-pages
If not whats the best way to run a script every hour on the hour?. For more information, see the Buffering Content section in the Sending Content to the Browser topic.Response.IsClientConnectedIn IIS 4.0, Response.IsClientConnected returned the correct information only if an ASP file sent content to Keep in mind this is not a coding error, because it occurs even when I try to access the IISHelp folder in the default website section through the Management Console. Now I have new issues to resolve, but thanks! –willasaywhat Oct 8 '08 at 18:55 add a comment| up vote 2 down vote You need to make sure that the "Active
I finally uninstalled it again and all is working. You should be able to see the ‘iishelp’ page. 10)Now copy your website(which you developed using Visual Studio) folder into the path C:\Inetpub\wwwroot 11)Now right click the ‘websites’ folder in IIS IIS 5.1 on XP Pro cannot serve ASP classic P: n/a spinkysam Hi all, I just got a new laptop, Windows XP Pro SP2. For more information, see Sending Content to the Browser.Error HandlingASP now has a new error-handling capability, so that you can trap errors in a custom error messageASP file.
ASP failed when calling SQL Server. Should I report it? I installed Visual Studio 6 SP6 and Visual Studio .Net (I need both of them). https://forums.iis.net/t/1146349.aspx?Run+Classic+ASP+ASP+Net+pages+on+IIS+5+1+running+on+XP+Media+Center+Edition On the new laptop: IIS will serve .aspx and .html pages no problem.
Posts: 1 Thanks: 0 Thanked 0 Times in 0 Posts Ditto, Amonte! Regards, Assaf May 30 '06 #9 P: n/a Mike Brind spinkysam wrote: Hi Mike, Amazing, that did the trick! Reply vijayantkaty... Mostly testing is done with IE6.
HTTP Error 404: Object Not Found.GlobalSection(ProjectConfiguration) section from the *.sln fileIs there a proper way to avoid this error You are currently viewing the Classic ASP Basics section of the Wrox Programmer to Programmer discussions. Again, no problem. Yow willbe unable to run ASP.Net web applications or services."I ran the aspnet_regiis -r again it is overwriting the1.1 .net framework scripts but the error in .Net is notfixed.I know my
comand line "msdtc -resetlog" 2. his comment is here Jan 19, 2009,15:08 #7 Rastus View Profile View Forum Posts SitePoint Member Join Date Aug 2004 Location Texas Posts 1 Mentioned 0 Post(s) Tagged 0 Thread(s) I'm having this same issue, Created a simple html file and accessed it through localhost. For more information, see ASPError Object.Scriptless ASPBecause static content is usually processed more quickly than server-side content, it was previously better to assign anASP file extension only to files that contained
So, I found a friend who had a disk and went and got it. View Replies View Related Running ASP On A CD-ROM I'm cobbling together an e-commerce site with thousands of items (spares, accessories etc) and want to distribute it as a catalog on Ah! this contact form That last part got me really excited.
not IE6), and I'm getting better error reporting. Does anyone know the URL? I'm creating a site where I need to run a few functions on the hour every hour...
No luck. *http://www.aspfaq.com/show.asp?id=2226* Not getting any events in event viewer (let alone number 36) *http://www.aspfaq.com/show.asp?id=2109* Using Firefox, not IE :) (but getting identical behaviour on IE when I turn off friendly I don't believe that the Mcafee applications are causing this problem, but I thought it might be important to mention in case anyone knows of an existing conflict. When you install the .Net framework, it shouldn't affect the DLLs in charge of serving classic ASP pages (inetsrv/asp.dll, etc.), should it? I have to close the browser to kill it.
This is a community of tens of thousands of software programmers and website developers including Wrox book authors and readers. We appreciate your feedback. You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. http://seesbg.com/asp-not/asp-not-working-on-iis-6-0.html If you must reply off-line, then remove the "NO SPAM" May 30 '06 #6 P: n/a spinkysam Hi all, Anton - thanks for your suggestions.
Reply qword 44 Posts Re: Run Classic ASP & ASP.Net pages on IIS 5.1 running on XP Media Center Edition Sep 26, 2007 11:06 PM|qword|LINK So what is in the IIS With this latest release of ASP, however,ASP files that do not contain server-side functionality are now processed more quickly than ever before. Please contact the server administrator for assistance. ----------------------------- I have searched and searched and searched and I am just out of ideas on what to search for. However there are problems launching IIS Online Documentation (localstart.asp tries to launch default.asp).
Dreamweaver hangs up. disable IE friend error msgs, and post the actual error mgs here. In the command-line environment , input the follow command
Exact same setup was working fine on my old laptop. The page was created (local) as a IIS web site, using (local ) visual studio 2005, where ASP.NET 2.0 is installed. Please contact the server administrator for assistance. All rights reserved.
If not, is there another way to run asp on XP Home? I guess I will just have to do without McCafee Privacy Service. Again, I really appreciate you looking at this with me. The right panel displays all the individual files within a folder I have selected on the left side.
In IIS 5.1, unless a script specifically turns off buffering, its output is always buffered. When I use this same command in the command window, it works fine. Web developers can apply an encoding scheme to both client and server-side scripts that makes the programmatic logic appear as unreadable ASCII characters. Sometimes I also have to restart IIS via the MMC panel.