Using Multiple Web.Config for mutliple web apps sharing a web site as virtual directories
I have a web site on IIS 6.0 Windows 2003 Server. I have created several virtual directories to point to other .net projects that I wish to use in the website. The main site, which was made in C#, has a line in the web.config that allows the use of VB by defining a speical code directory. Now, when I attempt to use the other applications they throw this error. It looks like they are all sharing the main web.configParser Error Message: The code subdirectory '/Forum/App_Code/VBCode/'
does not exist.Source Error:
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> there needs to be a differentiation between
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