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I am using Visual Studio 2010 and IIS 7 and Windows XP SP 3. Reply M_W Member 10 Points 21 Posts Re: Web Deployment Project - "has not been pre-compiled" Oct 29, 2010 07:37 AM|M_W|LINK I just resolved this issue by other means and thought At least in my case, the error message was completely misleading and had nothing to do with precompiled website. Deleting the PrecompiledApp.config infact made all aspx show the message that it is marker text for compiled pages. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/602117/how-to-fix-asp-net-error-the-file-nnn-aspx-has-not-been-pre-compiled-and-can
I think all the answers above should be replaced by yours. if wereplace alldll's in the bin folder with all the new depolyed version everything works fine. They shouldn't contain any source, they should just have the marker text shown in the question. –bukko Jun 11 '14 at 14:14 Sounds like you are publishing a site
Why was Susan treated so unkindly? If I go to an .aspx file in an other folder, be it the root or other subfolder, it works properly. All rights reserved. This Is A Marker File Generated By The Precompilation Tool, And Should Not Be Deleted! When I changed the version inside the MSI it created a new upgrade key and so I thought it might update the web site properly.
Just haywire thoughts –TechGirl Jun 11 '14 at 13:50 I thought that, but the published files are wrong. Asmx Has Not Been Pre-compiled, And Cannot Be Requested. This means the site has been precompiled and not updatable. While i have solved this issue previously with that same solution, i have just encountered another reason for it's occurrence which may assist others. http://www.codeproject.com/Questions/184639/Solved-Receiving-The-file-default-aspx-has-not-be I hada .NET 1.1 project that we moved to 2.0 using VS 2005 upgrade utility.
share|improve this answer edited Sep 20 '12 at 11:59 Anne 21k74665 answered Sep 20 '12 at 9:42 Gath Adams 14112 In my case the error went away when changing Precompiledapp Updatable When you open the zip file you should not see one folder that contains the app files, you should directly see the app files.Step 2: Go to Domain->File manager->httpdocs-> click "Add IMPORTANT: The root folder of the application should be on the root folder of the zip file. Screen shot of settings where you can pre-compile, make "updatable" or not (fully compiled, where you see the note you referred to above), etc.
Scott Reply clbowens None 0 Points 3 Posts Re: Web Deployment Project - "has not been pre-compiled" May 31, 2006 02:47 PM|clbowens|LINK I have this problem also and I have not https://forums.asp.net/t/1143565.aspx?System+Web+HttpException+xxx+has+not+been+pre+compiled+and+cannot+be+requested+ share|improve this answer edited Mar 2 at 13:14 Juliano 1,34221724 answered Mar 2 at 11:33 Khalid Gomaa 11 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote For me, I had a Has Not Been Pre-compiled And Cannot Be Requested Iis In here you can find the exact binding failures. The File Cshtml Has Not Been Pre Compiled And Cannot Be Requested Depalindromize this string!
Thanks! see here And then the .asmx services in B gave the very unhelpful not pre-compiled message. hanselman.com/blog/… –ken Jan 15 '15 at 17:46 This was the only way I was able to find the missing dll among the many in our enterprise project, IIS wasn't The reason for a problem is that I moved a view from controller views subfolder into the Shared folder, however my deployment process (Visual Studio Publish) did not delete the obsolete .asmx Has Not Been Pre-compiled, And Cannot Be Requested.
Thanks Danny! –Julio Apr 27 '14 at 2:56 I'm having this issue, and I always compile using this option. I tested my setup and works fine now. [:D][Yes] The scenario of the server was Win 2003 server, framework 2.0, ajax beta (When the dll's used to have the namespaces Microsoft.Web:Extensions) Reply Funkylife Member 10 Points 3 Posts Re: Web Deployment Project - "has not been pre-compiled" Aug 12, 2008 02:38 AM|Funkylife|LINK mmm i had the same or similar problem i had this page Reply SimonCal Member 83 Points 388 Posts Microsoft Re: Web Deployment Project - "has not been pre-compiled" Jan 30, 2006 03:43 PM|SimonCal|LINK Thanks for the response.
Now you can see the failed binding in here The better way to find the exact binding is to go to c:\fuslog\logs\Default. The File .cshtml Has Not Been Pre-compiled And Cannot Be Requested Introduction to Razor and Microsoft WebMatrix Meet Ahmad Jamshid Hashimi – MSP from Dokuz Eylul University, Turkey 13th iHub Meeting was all fun! Thank you all.
I am compiling everything to one assembly with the Treat as library NOT checked. For Ex:
asked 7 years ago viewed 46222 times active 12 days ago Get the weekly newsletter! Reply tinghaoy None 0 Points 227 Posts Re: Web Deployment Project - "has not been pre-compiled" Jan 27, 2006 02:41 AM|tinghaoy|LINK Not sure what is going on, this error happens when If you use MVC framework like me, please update your MVC version.In my case I changed MVC 188.8.131.52 to 184.108.40.206 and checked all project references's "Local Copy" properties to "True". Get More Info Your Email This email is in use.
Reply sarah_aspnet Member 4 Points 17 Posts Re: Web Deployment Project - "has not been pre-compiled" Dec 13, 2006 08:42 PM|sarah_aspnet|LINK Hello, I also had this problem, and found the cause. The nth numerator White ring of pus forming around branches How can I declare sovereignty from the American government and start my own micro nation? What are the precompile settings that you have selected?If you would be willing to share your website, you can send me the solution at johnwen(at)microsoft(dot)com and I will be happy to As shown below, the "normal" (default) settings is "updatable".
Your solution works fine to me.
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