hi all, I am a newbie to ASP.Net and IIS. I just installed .net framework 1.1 and it was working just fine. But this morning when I tried opening a .crpoj file, I got this error while the VS.Net was opening and when I selected "OK" ([color=darkorange]The Web server reported the following error when attempting to create or open the Web project located at the following URL'http://localhost/CSROGXXX'.'HTTP/1.1 500 Internal Server Error[/color]), and tried to view my default.aspx file on the browser, I got the following error: [color=green]Server Application Unavailable The web application you are attempting to access on this web …

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[font=Arial][size=3][color=black][b]This is something I picked up somewhere ...[/b][/color][/size][/font] [font=Arial][size=5][color=#0000ff]Microsoft .NET FAQ [/color][/size][size=2]When Microsoft formally introduced its .NET strategy in mid-2000, analysts were confused about how the company would pull off such a massive platform shift. Two years later, they're still wondering. But .NET isn't vaporware, and it's not a pipe dream. In fact, .NET is happening today.[/size][/font] [font=Arial][size=2]Q: What is .NET? A: It's a dessert topping, it's a floor cleaner--it's a dessert topping and a floor cleaner! Actually, .NET is many things, but primarily it's a marketing term for a set of products and technologies that Microsoft is creating to …

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Hi, I want to download the code for classmates portal. This portal should contain individual member's homepage where he/she can update his/her page, guestbook.. Thanks in advance Venkat

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I am dabbling in ASP.NET, and since I have switched to Mozilla Browser I have had coding problems. Partly because I know IE will load and display a page whether there are errors or not sometimes. Anyhow, when I use something simple like this in ASP.NET, it is not displayed in Mozilla. <asp:label BackColor="#000000" ForeColor="#FFFFFF" ID="lblHeader" runat="server" Text="Login Page" ToolTip="Welcome balh blah" width="100%" height="25px"></asp:label> Any thoughts as too why? Mozilla renders based on Navigator HTML coding? Resolution?

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Hi! does the ASP.NET forums support newgroup in the forums? (gateways) like [url]http://www.dbforums.com/f23/[/url] does? when yes, are some forums anywhere only that are newsgroups 'gateways' ???? regards, gicio

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when I create an ASP web application it saves it in the default location with the default name which is WebApplication1. This now appears in the IIS([url]http://localhost/WebApplication1[/url]) list under web sites->Default web sites. Another folder is also created in mydocuments->visual studio with the same name. I can change any of the names in solution explorer but this just changes the names of the files in the project, the folder names which appear in the IIS list and mydocuments->visual studio folder have to be changed manually. there should just be a way to name the project when you create it.

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Hello, hello! =o] I've programmed a pretty decent script to manage news, users, profiles, and pages for a typical website. This script is loaded with features, and it even comes with a default template! Sadly I just released v1.2 and I'm already working on 1.3, so expect quick updates =o/ If you're interested visit [url]http://www.dragex.com/Erineo/[/url]! =o] P.S. All functions/features you see on that website come with the package EXCEPT download.php, it's [i]my[/i] download counter, not yours! =oP Anyway, if you'd like to see some admin access in there drop me a line and I'll set up a temporary account. That …

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[url]http://www.aspenterprisemanager.com/[/url] <-- This is a great thing if you just have the plain old MSDE with no real Enterprise Manager!

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This is a nice free tool that Microsoft released to help out ASP.net Web Developers. It's a WYSIWYG development tool that kind of looks like Visual InterDev/Visual Basic. From Microsoft's site: http://www.asp.net/webmatrix/default.aspx?tabindex=4&tabid=46 An article from "The Register" http://www.theregister.co.uk/content/4/25898.html

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The End.