New to Visual Studio.NET - Walkthrough error

Discussion in 'ASP .Net Web Services' started by Anthony Grandazza, Aug 27, 2003.

  1. I am new to Visual Studio.NET and am having trouble at the
    beginning of the first Walkthrough. Any help anyone can
    give in resolving the error or pointing me in the right
    direction to find an answer will be appreciated.
    When attempting to create the ASP.NET Web
    Service 'AuthorsWebService' I get the following message...
    The web server reported the following error when
    attempting to create or open the Web project located at
    the following URL:'http://localhost/AuthorsWebService'.
    'HTTP/1.1.500 Internal Server Error.'

    In particular can anyone tell me where I can find
    documentation on errors such as 'HTTP/1.1.500 Internal
    Server Error.'

    Thanks to everyone in advance.
    Anthony Grandazza, Aug 27, 2003
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  2. Anthony Grandazza

    Drebin Guest

    That usually means there will be more information in the event log (Control
    Panel | Administrative Tools | Event Viewer).. and moreso, I've only seen
    that error with out-of-sync IUSR/IWAM accounts.. it might say something like
    invalid username/password?


    "Anthony Grandazza" <> wrote in message
    news:0f5901c36cbd$20b557c0$...
    > I am new to Visual Studio.NET and am having trouble at the
    > beginning of the first Walkthrough. Any help anyone can
    > give in resolving the error or pointing me in the right
    > direction to find an answer will be appreciated.
    > When attempting to create the ASP.NET Web
    > Service 'AuthorsWebService' I get the following message...
    > The web server reported the following error when
    > attempting to create or open the Web project located at
    > the following URL:'http://localhost/AuthorsWebService'.
    > 'HTTP/1.1.500 Internal Server Error.'
    >
    > In particular can anyone tell me where I can find
    > documentation on errors such as 'HTTP/1.1.500 Internal
    > Server Error.'
    >
    > Thanks to everyone in advance.
    >
    Drebin, Aug 27, 2003
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