Errors 302 and 304


G

Gloops

Hello everybody,

I have an ASP.Net server that works properly for a few years, but
tonight I have added a folder with a page that presents a shopping cart
component, that can be fed from the page where it appears.

This page runs jolly good in Visual Studio on the development machine.
Now that I have deployed that folder, not only it is not recognized, but
other ASP.Net pages cannot appear, and redirect the visitor to the error
page. Html redirection pages appear properly, and then when they try to
redirect to the ASP.Net page of the folder, that is not what the user sees.

In the log, I see 302 and 304 errors.

Well, that probably will stay like that until the support opens, unless
anybody gives a good explanation on a very reactive way ?

After all, this has happened on a less critical question :)

Oh, and after the return code (200, 302, 304), I see four other numbers
separated by spaces. I saw the signification of the return codes in
wikipedia, but not the four numbers that come after on the log line.
 
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J

JJ

Hello everybody,

I have an ASP.Net server that works properly for a few years, but
tonight I have added a folder with a page that presents a shopping cart
component, that can be fed from the page where it appears.

This page runs jolly good in Visual Studio on the development machine.
Now that I have deployed that folder, not only it is not recognized, but
other ASP.Net pages cannot appear, and redirect the visitor to the error
page. Html redirection pages appear properly, and then when they try to
redirect to the ASP.Net page of the folder, that is not what the user sees.

In the log, I see 302 and 304 errors.

Well, that probably will stay like that until the support opens, unless
anybody gives a good explanation on a very reactive way ?

This is a HTTP server issue, not a HTML issue.

And HTTP code 3nn are Redirection codes, not error codes.
1nn = Informational
2nn = Success
3nn = Redirection
4nn = Client Error
5nn = Server Error
After all, this has happened on a less critical question :)

Oh, and after the return code (200, 302, 304), I see four other numbers
separated by spaces. I saw the signification of the return codes in
wikipedia, but not the four numbers that come after on the log line.

Don't know what you mean. Probably just your imagination.
 
G

Gloops

Gloops wrote, on 17th July 2013 01:35 UTC + 2 :
Hello everybody,

I have an ASP.Net server that works properly for a few years, but
tonight I have added a folder with a page that presents a shopping cart
component, that can be fed from the page where it appears.

This page runs jolly good in Visual Studio on the development machine.
Now that I have deployed that folder, not only it is not recognized, but
other ASP.Net pages cannot appear, and redirect the visitor to the error
page. Html redirection pages appear properly, and then when they try to
redirect to the ASP.Net page of the folder, that is not what the user sees.

In the log, I see 302 and 304 errors.

Well, that probably will stay like that until the support opens, unless
anybody gives a good explanation on a very reactive way ?

After all, this has happened on a less critical question :)

Oh, and after the return code (200, 302, 304), I see four other numbers
separated by spaces. I saw the signification of the return codes in
wikipedia, but not the four numbers that come after on the log line.


The last news is that the procedure to add a reference to a library was
not respected, so the new pages included a reference to an unknown
library. On an ASP.Net site, if you have a compilation error somewhere
on the site, this prevents any ASPX page to be displayed, even those
that do not contain that error.

So, it was a bad idea to deploy those pages during the night, it would
have been better to wait for the support to be present.

Restoring the old web.config did not solve the problem, dropping the new
pages would probably have.

The support is presently reading the documentation to add the reference
on the site.

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