ASP got corrupted somehow?

Discussion in 'ASP General' started by CB, Nov 6, 2005.

  1. CB

    CB Guest

    I have a humble development server that I have used to write ASP applications
    for six years. Suddenly it seems to choke on any script that uses the
    filesystem object. The script just hangs (browser waits forever) and after
    that, the entire web application (as defined in the IIS manager) stops
    working. Scripts that don't include the filesystem object are just dished to
    the browser, unprocessed. Other web applications on the same server continue
    to run as normal, but can be killed off one by one by running a script within
    them that calls the filesystem object.

    It sounds to me (no expert) like something just got corrupted, and needs to
    be re-installed, but I am not sure what or how. Any suggestions?

    I am not even sure if asp.dll includes everything, or if pieces like the
    filesystem object are separate dlls. Nor can I find asp components on the
    Microsoft website to reinstall, since they seem to consider it obsolete, and
    only talk about dot.net.
     
    CB, Nov 6, 2005
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  2. "CB" <> wrote in message
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    >I have a humble development server that I have used to write ASP
    >applications
    > for six years. Suddenly it seems to choke on any script that uses the
    > filesystem object. The script just hangs (browser waits forever) and
    > after


    That is, because your humble virus protector, has blocked the
    filesystemobject, which is infamous for being used in virusses.
    All about it:
    http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=295375

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    > that, the entire web application (as defined in the IIS manager) stops
    > working. Scripts that don't include the filesystem object are just dished
    > to
    > the browser, unprocessed. Other web applications on the same server
    > continue
    > to run as normal, but can be killed off one by one by running a script
    > within
    > them that calls the filesystem object.
    >
    > It sounds to me (no expert) like something just got corrupted, and needs
    > to
    > be re-installed, but I am not sure what or how. Any suggestions?
    >
    > I am not even sure if asp.dll includes everything, or if pieces like the
    > filesystem object are separate dlls. Nor can I find asp components on the
    > Microsoft website to reinstall, since they seem to consider it obsolete,
    > and
    > only talk about dot.net.
     
    Egbert Nierop \(MVP for IIS\), Nov 7, 2005
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