I have a .NET MVC website live which also served as a test API - the solution both served standard web pages as well as API calls.
I decided that I wanted to separate the website and API so I now have two solutions.
I have amended the RouteConfig.cs for the website so that it no longer serves API routes.
How do I go about configuring things so that both the MVC website dll and the MVC API dll are accessible?
I uploaded the API dll and using postman I could see that the API service was not responding to the requests I sent.
I am guessing there is something I need to do with the web.congig or global.asax files that's as far as I have got so far(guessing... and some googling of course...).
Thank you for any help or direction in where to look for information - I don't think I have been asking the right question for Google searches so far.
I have now partly solved this by creating two projects within one solution and referencing the API dll from the main application, including a route mapping for the API within the non API project.
It's a bit messy but will do for the moment.
“That which can be asserted without evidence, can be dismissed without evidence.”
I have an application developed in asp.net c#.
Each time it's being tested, I get this same error over and over again.
My problem is that error page does not exist in my app any longer, but when being tested on the live environment, I get an error on the page I no longer have in my app.
The error reads below:
Description: An error occurred during the parsing of a resource required to service this request. Please review the following parse error and modify your source file appropriately.
Parser Error Message: Could not load type 'warehouseDeliveryBookingSystem.Default'.
Are there Wordpress (or some alternative) hosting companies that could meet these requirements:
- Host many sites
- Has a backend that allows me to switch between the sites to edit/add pages quickly
- Has all of the same features as what I'm using on Wordpress.com's free version now.
Currently, I'm using Wordress.com's free version to get things set up. If I go through at site, I'll have to pay for each site annually, which pushes the up front investment to almost 4 digits after only 3 sites.
I'm unclear if there are advantages to going through Wordpress.com versus another hosting provider.
Are there plugin's that only Wordpress.com offers?
Does Wordpress.com take a portion of your advertising revenue if you have your site hosted there?
Are there hosting providers who offer additional functionality over worpress.com?
Are there Wordpress hosting companies that will host many sites with an interface like Wordpress.com or better?
Better is of course subjective. And it depends on what you actually want to do. There are a huge number of alternatives.
If you are targeting a specific industry/topic then finding a Content Management System that supports that would probably be helpful.
Naturally easy = simple and hard = powerful. So you will need to figure out what you needs are now and for the future. Might want to evaluate that first so you do not need to recreate everything in the future.
The chat functionality is developed on a PHP platform and we are using ratchet as our framework. when its hosted on a server with no SSL installed its working as expected. when SSL is installed on the same server, the functionality is not working. The error in back-end is connection time out. We tried steps given in different discussions is stack overflow, no help. Seems challenging !! Suggestions are most welcome, regarding the issue. Thanks in Advance.
Is this the appropriate place to ask questions and discuss the process (and vendors and prices and business aspects, etc.) of Domain Name Registration and Renewal ?
At the moment I have ten renewals facing me in three months from today, and I have this notion floating around in my head that a little advice here on CodeProject just might be worth the time spent in learning from some smarter people who know this stuff better than I do.
Anyway, does the title, "Hosting and Servers" include Registrars and Domain Names ?
Or is there a better place to ask folks who are smarter on that stuff ?
SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is the standard security technology for establishing an encrypted link between a web server and a browser. This link ensures that all data passed between the web server and browsers remain private and integral