web service running issue

Discussion in 'ASP .Net' started by Steve, Aug 29, 2007.

  1. Steve

    Steve Guest

    I have to move my web services to our QA server for testing. All of the existing web services are configured under a parent web site such as

    web sites --> default web site --> webservices -- all web services

    The web service directory is configured for .NET 1.1, my new web services are .NET 2.0, I made the change on the ASP.NET to .NET 2.0 for my new web services, but I still can't run them. Do I need to create a new folder for my .NET 2.0 web service or can I run it under the
    webservices folder which is configured for 1.0?
    Steve, Aug 29, 2007
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  2. Steve

    Steve Guest

    What happens when you call the new web service? Are you getting an error
    message?


    Steve C.
    MCSD,MCAD,MCSE,MCP+I,CNE,CNA,CCNA


    Steve wrote:
    > I have to move my web services to our QA server for testing. All of the
    > existing web services are configured under a parent web site such as
    >
    > web sites --> default web site --> webservices -- all web services
    >
    > The web service directory is configured for .NET 1.1, my new web
    > services are .NET 2.0, I made the change on the ASP.NET to .NET 2.0 for
    > my new web services, but I still can't run them. Do I need to create a
    > new folder for my .NET 2.0 web service or can I run it under the
    > webservices folder which is configured for 1.0?
    >
    >
    >
    Steve, Aug 29, 2007
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  3. Hi Steve,
    what version of IIS server are you using and where did you change .NET
    settings? I assume your web services are running from one ASP.NET worker
    process. Worker process can load only one version of .NET Framework. You need
    to separate your web services so each set will run in own workekr process
    with correct version of .NET Framework.

    Regards,
    Ladislav

    "Steve" wrote:

    > I have to move my web services to our QA server for testing. All of the existing web services are configured under a parent web site such as
    >
    > web sites --> default web site --> webservices -- all web services
    >
    > The web service directory is configured for .NET 1.1, my new web services are .NET 2.0, I made the change on the ASP.NET to .NET 2.0 for my new web services, but I still can't run them. Do I need to create a new folder for my .NET 2.0 web service or can I run it under the
    > webservices folder which is configured for 1
    =?Utf-8?B?TGFkaXNsYXYgTXJua2E=?=, Aug 29, 2007
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  4. Steve

    Mike Guest

    I got it to work actaully. I put the 'parent' web site under the asp.net 2.0
    configuration under the ASP.NET tab and now my 2.0 web services and 1.x web
    services are running together

    So can .NET 1.x apps run under the 2.0 configuration? I'm running my
    services like that now and running both the 1.x web service and 2.0 web
    service at the same time under the same parent web site.

    though they're using seperate app pools


    "Ladislav Mrnka" <> wrote in message
    news:D...
    > Hi Steve,
    > what version of IIS server are you using and where did you change .NET
    > settings? I assume your web services are running from one ASP.NET worker
    > process. Worker process can load only one version of .NET Framework. You
    > need
    > to separate your web services so each set will run in own workekr process
    > with correct version of .NET Framework.
    >
    > Regards,
    > Ladislav
    >
    > "Steve" wrote:
    >
    >> I have to move my web services to our QA server for testing. All of the
    >> existing web services are configured under a parent web site such as
    >>
    >> web sites --> default web site --> webservices -- all web services
    >>
    >> The web service directory is configured for .NET 1.1, my new web services
    >> are .NET 2.0, I made the change on the ASP.NET to .NET 2.0 for my new web
    >> services, but I still can't run them. Do I need to create a new folder
    >> for my .NET 2.0 web service or can I run it under the
    >> webservices folder which is configured for 1
    Mike, Aug 29, 2007
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