Problems using aspx with IIS 5??
Well, here's the deal...
I just want to display data in a datagrid control on an .aspx page.
I program in Dreamweaver MX, have IIS 5 and MS SQL 2000 Database.
I checked lots of examples but still cannot make it.
Moreover, when I want to check it at my browser it asks me to download that
..aspx page to my disc.
Some people at different newsgroups told me my IIS 5.0 might not work with
..aspx (really don't think so) and that I have to download a SDK for my
server to accept .aspx.
Another guy told me the dot NET framework might not be installed on my
I know you have to install .NET framework SDK to work with ASP.NET but if
you don't have Visual Studio.NET that includes it and I have installed it.
Anyone here has any idea? Is that difficult to use IIS 5, SQL Server 2000
and aspx to make it work?
I hope some professional out there could give me a hand to solve this
without having to pay any fee, haha
Thanks in advance,
Buenos Aires - Argentina
Re: Problems using aspx with IIS 5??
"Marcelo" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I know you have to install .NET framework SDK to work with ASP.NET but if
> you don't have Visual Studio.NET that includes it and I have installed it.
I've only worked with Visual Studio .NET installed, so I'm probably not the best
one to help you.
But, check to see that IIS is actually running.
Also, I believe you should have IIS installed before installing the .NET
Framework SDK. So, if you installed in the wrong order, you might want to
uninstall both and then reinstall IIS first, followed by the .NET Framework.
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