DLL problem

Discussion in 'ASP .Net' started by Janaka, Nov 7, 2003.

  1. Janaka

    Janaka Guest

    I've recently migrated to a new Windows 2003 server set-up. I've got a
    dedicated File storage server which contains all the physical files.
    Another server is the actual web server which uses a network share to the
    File storage machine. All the files seem to be referenced correctly and if
    I run any standalone aspx pages these work as expected. However for some
    reason when I run any of pages that are inherited from classes compiled in
    my DLL or try to instantiate any compiled classes I get a parser error
    stating that the class or namespace does not exist. As far as I can tell
    the directory does have Read permissions in IIS and is using the same
    permissions as the aspx files on the file storage server. Any ideas?
     
    Janaka, Nov 7, 2003
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  2. "Janaka" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > I've recently migrated to a new Windows 2003 server set-up. I've got a
    > dedicated File storage server which contains all the physical files.
    > Another server is the actual web server which uses a network share to the
    > File storage machine. All the files seem to be referenced correctly and

    if
    > I run any standalone aspx pages these work as expected. However for some
    > reason when I run any of pages that are inherited from classes compiled in
    > my DLL or try to instantiate any compiled classes I get a parser error
    > stating that the class or namespace does not exist. As far as I can tell
    > the directory does have Read permissions in IIS and is using the same
    > permissions as the aspx files on the file storage server. Any ideas?


    Your application must be configured as an application in IIS. And you must
    have the appropriate DLLs in the ./bin directory (of the application root.)
     
    Richard K Bethell, Nov 7, 2003
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