Pls help to run BeerHouse and Jobsite starte kit

hi,

       i simply download TheBeerHouse and JobSite Starter kit from the starter kit section of asp.net and copied it to my pc but when i run these application it show me the following errors:

(1) It is an error to use a section registered as AllowDefinition='MachineToApplication' beyond application level. This error can be caused by a virtual directory not being configured as an application in IIS.

(...this is the main bug when i run this application first time and when i double clicked on this error i found many other errors. below are two of them...

(2) Unknown server tag

(3) couldn't find master

now pls help me to run this program bug free. pls suggest me what i need to do on my pc to run these applications successfully.

 
Thanks a lot.
 


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sawan
10/5/2007 12:19:04 PM
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In order to better help you, you need to post the exact error messages. 

The first error is due to you running the application in a Virtual Directory (as the message states) but you did not tell IIS that this is an application.  Go to  Internet Information Services and add that virtual directory.

The second should go away if you compile / build the application. 

The third is probably because the master page is referred to by an absolute page that does not exists.


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jguadagno
10/5/2007 12:44:26 PM

jguadagno:

In order to better help you, you need to post the exact error messages. 

The first error is due to you running the application in a Virtual Directory (as the message states) but you did not tell IIS that this is an application.  Go to  Internet Information Services and add that virtual directory.

The second should go away if you compile / build the application. 

The third is probably because the master page is referred to by an absolute page that does not exists.

 

thank you.

can you pls tell me how to add virtual directory? let "TheBeerHouse" is a folder that contains whole application then how to add this "TheBeerHouse" application/folder in virtual directory to tell the IIS this is an application.

One more thing i want to ask to all who have worked/gone through starter kits is:  are all the starter kit application  running successfully in your PC's. if yes, pls tell me how?


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sawan
10/6/2007 8:41:21 AM

Here is a link for creating a virtual directory: http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/zwk103ab.aspx 

I successfully got TheBeerHouse Starter kit working on my machine with Visual Studio 2005 Professional edition.  All I had to do was open the solution.

 

Again you are going to have to provide the exceptions or compile errors that you are seeing. 


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jguadagno
10/6/2007 1:16:44 PM

jguadagno:

Here is a link for creating a virtual directory: http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/zwk103ab.aspx 

I successfully got TheBeerHouse Starter kit working on my machine with Visual Studio 2005 Professional edition.  All I had to do was open the solution.

 

Again you are going to have to provide the exceptions or compile errors that you are seeing. 

 

i have web developer express edition. is there any problem to run  the application?

 

thank you. 


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sawan
10/8/2007 9:04:10 AM

I do not know.  You can try and build the application, then run it. After that post whatever errors you receive. 


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jguadagno
10/8/2007 2:41:09 PM

The first error you mention could also be caused by multiple web.config files residing within a project. I once copied (as a backup) my existing web.config into a newly created folder (using my FTP client. I implemented some new stuff, but wanted to ensure I'd have a backup copy of the existing one).

 If the subfolder is not registered as an application, it'll yield the error.

Can you specify in more details the steps you took to download and run these applications? The IIS settings wouldn't seem to apply, due to you running the site (I assume) from within visual studio, meaning you'll get a "simulated IIS", rather than having to rely on actual IIS.

HTH.

Peter

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ViagraFalls
10/15/2007 7:30:55 AM
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