Website Problem with IIS (multiple sites)
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Enclosed is a site I created. It works fine if I load it with visual studio (using visual studio's built in web server). However; if I copy to my site; then it gives a runtime error. To see what I mean by the results; goto this link
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It says the LinkInfo was not defined. However; it is defined because I used a class file and put it into the app_code directory. It basically does not work with IIS. That needs to be fixed (so I can use class files on my projects and still make it work with IIS). When I created the site; I created it as a blank site and added files to it.
The updated site with all the fixes needed so it works with IIS.
Must work on buyers environment. So once I copy/paste the files; then it will work the same way it does through visual studio with my server.
Also; need a [url removed, login to view] to explain the changes needed (so if I create another blank site and want to copy to production; I don't run into the same problem). If there are any changes needed to the [url removed, login to view]; that needs to be in the [url removed, login to view] as well. This was created with Visual Studio 2008 with Visual Basic and must remain in that (including using the .net framework 3.5). Must work even if IIS already has a site but needs another one (would be on a different folder) plus SSL must work on both (assuming SSL already works on the main site). If the changes putting in the paths for the sites; then specify in the [url removed, login to view] what names you used for default and where it needs to be changed so I can make the changes.
Windows XP Home Edition, Windows 2003 Server Edition. IIS 6.0
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