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  1. #1
    Phil Haack Guest

    Access denied to preserve.web

    I created a website on a Win2K server machine running the NGWS Framework.
    The site has front page extensions installed on it and I developed on it
    using Visual Interdev. My asp+ pages worked just fine. However the next
    morning I tried to access the pages and I can't seem to authenticate, even
    as the system administrator. After 3 attempts, I get an ASP+ error with the
    following message.

    I've looked all over the place and cannot find any information on why this
    is happening. I've checked permissions on the preserve.web file etc... But
    so far, no luck. Any ideas?

    The error I get is listed below.


    Exception Details: System.AccessException: Access to path
    'd:\websites\intranet\webroot\codegen\preserve.web' is denied.

    Stack Trace:
    [AccessException: Access to path
    'd:\websites\intranet\webroot\codegen\preserve.web' is denied.]
    at System.IO.__Error.WinIOError(Int32, System.String)
    at System.IO.File.Delete(System.String)
    at System.Web.UI.Compilation.GeneratedAssemblyManager.SaveData()
    at
    System.Web.UI.Compilation.GeneratedAssemblyManager.RemoveOldTempFiles()
    at System.Web.HttpRuntime.FirstRequestInit(System.Web.HttpContext)
    [HttpException (0x80004005): XSP Initialization Error]
    at
    System.Web.HttpRuntime.ProcessRequestInternal(System.Web.HttpWorkerRequest)




  2. #2
    Phil Haack Guest

    Re: Access denied to preserve.web

    As a followup to my last message. I solved the Access Denied problem by removing preserve.web. However I still don't know what that file is used for so it seems like a hack that luckily worked.
    Any ideas?

    phil
    "Phil Haack" <phil@nospam.dot.solien.dot.com> wrote in message news:39ee1258$1@news.devx.com...
    I created a website on a Win2K server machine running the NGWS Framework.
    The site has front page extensions installed on it and I developed on it
    using Visual Interdev. My asp+ pages worked just fine. However the next
    morning I tried to access the pages and I can't seem to authenticate, even
    as the system administrator. After 3 attempts, I get an ASP+ error with the
    following message.

    I've looked all over the place and cannot find any information on why this
    is happening. I've checked permissions on the preserve.web file etc... But
    so far, no luck. Any ideas?

    The error I get is listed below.


    Exception Details: System.AccessException: Access to path
    'd:\websites\intranet\webroot\codegen\preserve.web' is denied.

    Stack Trace:
    [AccessException: Access to path
    'd:\websites\intranet\webroot\codegen\preserve.web' is denied.]
    at System.IO.__Error.WinIOError(Int32, System.String)
    at System.IO.File.Delete(System.String)
    at System.Web.UI.Compilation.GeneratedAssemblyManager.SaveData()
    at
    System.Web.UI.Compilation.GeneratedAssemblyManager.RemoveOldTempFiles()
    at System.Web.HttpRuntime.FirstRequestInit(System.Web.HttpContext)
    [HttpException (0x80004005): XSP Initialization Error]
    at
    System.Web.HttpRuntime.ProcessRequestInternal(System.Web.HttpWorkerRequest)




  3. #3
    Chris Kinsman Guest

    Re: Access denied to preserve.web

    I found that if I gave everyone full rights to the codegen directory the problem went away. It appears to be related to source control making the file read only in the codegen dir...
    "Phil Haack" <phil@nospam.dot.solien.dot.com> wrote in message news:39ee4520$2@news.devx.com...
    As a followup to my last message. I solved the Access Denied problem by removing preserve.web. However I still don't know what that file is used for so it seems like a hack that luckily worked.
    Any ideas?

    phil
    "Phil Haack" <phil@nospam.dot.solien.dot.com> wrote in message news:39ee1258$1@news.devx.com...
    I created a website on a Win2K server machine running the NGWS Framework.
    The site has front page extensions installed on it and I developed on it
    using Visual Interdev. My asp+ pages worked just fine. However the next
    morning I tried to access the pages and I can't seem to authenticate, even
    as the system administrator. After 3 attempts, I get an ASP+ error with the
    following message.

    I've looked all over the place and cannot find any information on why this
    is happening. I've checked permissions on the preserve.web file etc... But
    so far, no luck. Any ideas?

    The error I get is listed below.


    Exception Details: System.AccessException: Access to path
    'd:\websites\intranet\webroot\codegen\preserve.web' is denied.

    Stack Trace:
    [AccessException: Access to path
    'd:\websites\intranet\webroot\codegen\preserve.web' is denied.]
    at System.IO.__Error.WinIOError(Int32, System.String)
    at System.IO.File.Delete(System.String)
    at System.Web.UI.Compilation.GeneratedAssemblyManager.SaveData()
    at
    System.Web.UI.Compilation.GeneratedAssemblyManager.RemoveOldTempFiles()
    at System.Web.HttpRuntime.FirstRequestInit(System.Web.HttpContext)
    [HttpException (0x80004005): XSP Initialization Error]
    at
    System.Web.HttpRuntime.ProcessRequestInternal(System.Web.HttpWorkerRequest)




  4. #4
    Govind_kanshi Guest

    Re: Access denied to preserve.web

    long-2 time ago
    6. What is the preserve.web file created for in codegen directory ?

    [ScottGu]
    This is used to enable us to perserve the compilations of pages/services
    accross
    worker process and application domain restarts. With post-PDC bits, we
    no longer need to compile things on a new application startup -- unless
    we've never
    compiled them before, or unless they've changed on disk.

    "Chris Kinsman" <ckinsman@devx.com> wrote in message
    news:39f5c0f9$1@news.devx.com...
    I found that if I gave everyone full rights to the codegen directory the
    problem went away. It appears to be related to source control making the
    file read only in the codegen dir...
    "Phil Haack" <phil@nospam.dot.solien.dot.com> wrote in message
    news:39ee4520$2@news.devx.com...
    As a followup to my last message. I solved the Access Denied problem by
    removing preserve.web. However I still don't know what that file is used
    for so it seems like a hack that luckily worked.
    Any ideas?

    phil
    "Phil Haack" <phil@nospam.dot.solien.dot.com> wrote in message
    news:39ee1258$1@news.devx.com...
    I created a website on a Win2K server machine running the NGWS Framework.
    The site has front page extensions installed on it and I developed on it
    using Visual Interdev. My asp+ pages worked just fine. However the next
    morning I tried to access the pages and I can't seem to authenticate, even
    as the system administrator. After 3 attempts, I get an ASP+ error with the
    following message.

    I've looked all over the place and cannot find any information on why this
    is happening. I've checked permissions on the preserve.web file etc... But
    so far, no luck. Any ideas?

    The error I get is listed below.


    Exception Details: System.AccessException: Access to path
    'd:\websites\intranet\webroot\codegen\preserve.web' is denied.

    Stack Trace:
    [AccessException: Access to path
    'd:\websites\intranet\webroot\codegen\preserve.web' is denied.]
    at System.IO.__Error.WinIOError(Int32, System.String)
    at System.IO.File.Delete(System.String)
    at System.Web.UI.Compilation.GeneratedAssemblyManager.SaveData()
    at
    System.Web.UI.Compilation.GeneratedAssemblyManager.RemoveOldTempFiles()
    at System.Web.HttpRuntime.FirstRequestInit(System.Web.HttpContext)
    [HttpException (0x80004005): XSP Initialization Error]
    at
    System.Web.HttpRuntime.ProcessRequestInternal(System.Web.HttpWorkerRequest)



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