.Net framework is a platfrom for developing, deploying and running windows applications,web services and web applications..The main feature of dot net framework is CLR(common language Runtime) which provides for langauage interoperability..
It's a very tedious process to develop .net applications without .net framework installed in ur system..For details log on to the following site..
For the past half an hour i was struggling with IIS6 trying to force all incoming requests to be handled by asp.net (aspnet_isapi.dll). In IIS5, you had to open IIS manager and from website properties select "Home directory/Configuration/Mapping" add a new extension * and point to : C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v1.1.4322\aspnet_isapi.dll
According to help topic it should be the same for IIS6, but when i tried to put * or .* it didn't accept it , and all what i was getting is an error "Wrong extension format".
After almost half an hour i finally figured out that it shoud be added in a bit different way:
from website properties select "Home directory/Configuration/Mapping" and choose Insert instead of Add,under "Executable" enter path to aspnet_isapi.dll and uncheck "Verify that file exists", otherwise it wont work for folders. Unfortunately this also doesnt help.
In Microsoft's support site (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/326965/en-us) they say to update the existing list of MIME types. I did that also, but unfortunately this also does not solve the problem.
Please help me out if you have any solution.
You can reach me at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
i am also facing the same problem ,,if u get any fix for this problm please update with me
in my application (asp.net mvc) .* mappiing working proper in 11s5.1,Iam trying to host same application in iis6 not aple to get the page then i tried to map .* its getting "wrong extaction format"...please help if u got ant fix for this problem i will be avaible in email@example.com
Not really, but yes. It is possible, but not recommended. There are a couple of products out there that can compile a .NET app down to native code, plus importing all the code that the assemblies reference, effectively building in parts of the .NET Framework. But, those products are VERY expensive.
The problem with using them is security updates to the .NET Framework will not affect these native-compiled apps, effectively making them security holes in a customers systems. In order to patch these holes, your app would have to be recompiled and redistributed to the customers.
Dave Kreskowiak Microsoft MVP
Visual Developer - Visual Basic 2006, 2007
If i change the connection string, it should point to a different database, however, the setting value - stored in the My.Settings object, has the following entry, which completely ignores it.
<Global.System.Configuration.ApplicationScopedSettingAttribute(), _<br />
Global.System.Diagnostics.DebuggerNonUserCodeAttribute(), _<br />
Global.System.Configuration.SpecialSettingAttribute(Global.System.Configuration.SpecialSetting.ConnectionString), _<br />
Global.System.Configuration.DefaultSettingValueAttribute("/* Connection */")> _<br />
Public ReadOnly Property TTMPSConnectionString() As String<br />
Return CType(Me("TTMPSConnectionString"),String)<br />
End Get<br />
End Property<br />
The DLL is for a WebProject, and i need to be able to configure the Querystring. What do i need to do to do this?
Edit: The reason i need the connection string, is that i have a library for each database containing all the relevant DataTables / Data Table Adapters, and i need to be able to change the database they point to without recompiling.
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