I created an application pool(.NET 4 & integrated) for my new site. You shouldn't be able to "break" SO just by feeding it a tag of a particular format. In my case, Response.End() was being called before any content was written to the buffer. Why cast an A-lister for Groot? this contact form
View All Messages No new notifications. Everything is working fine on the development server. XML Parsing Error: no element found Aug 02, 2006 10:52 PM|bryanc|LINK i had it happen today on my machine as well. I've tried all the points mentioned in related posts, but it doesnt seem to work.
I have some other templates i.e http://kj2011/site_2011/nonprofit-database/financial.aspx Which has the same Master File and User Controls but never gets the error just the overview.aspx page. Your development system is running as the logged in user, your web server is running under the anonymous user or ASP.NET process account. We grab the last exception with the following code: Server.GetLastError().GetBaseException() share|improve this answer edited Apr 1 '09 at 21:51 answered Apr 1 '09 at 21:43 Rich 21.7k2590136 add a comment| up Usually that kind of thing is not due to an ASP.NET error (since with those you still have a document body for the Yellow Screen of Death page), but is more
View All Comments No new messages. If you have any feedback about my replies, please contact [email protected] Microsoft One Code Framework ‹ Previous Thread|Next Thread › This site is managed for Microsoft by Neudesic, LLC. | © more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed I did actually track down the issue - a referenced UserControl had changed locations in the web.config, but the 'live' web.config hadn't been updated (good thing I had added some logging
Any Ideas ? The encryption algorithm does of course not validate on whether the corresponding escape value are valid and it should not do so. share|improve this answer answered Nov 19 '08 at 19:37 axk 2,61783974 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote Maybe there is no XML (XML is a blank string)? Do you need your password?
I don't believe it's the fact that there's a dot though - I believe it's ASP.NET trying to prevent people from getting the actual machine.config/web.config etc. In my case this caused by overriding override void Render(System.Web.UI.HtmlTextWriter writer) and I have not called base.Render(writer); at the end of overridden function. The underlying error is in your application, but the browser hides it from you. The default content is an error message.
I was retagging. –John Saunders Jul 26 '09 at 18:41 add a comment| 1 Answer 1 active oldest votes up vote 3 down vote accepted Brad makes the point about which weblink XML Parsing Error: no element found firefox iis 7.5 asp.net 4 published [Answered]RSS 1 reply Last post Oct 15, 2012 02:24 AM by mark - msft ‹ Previous Thread|Next Thread › All contents are copyright of their authors. share|improve this answer answered Sep 29 '13 at 9:47 Chani Poz 4891830 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote I just debugged this issue on my website.
Michael De Lorenzo ------------------------------- www.delorenzodesign.com Reply [email protected] I've had this happen when something wasn't 'just right' with my database or something else wasn't right, but it's not ever something that's super obvious. This worked for me.share|improve this answer answered Dec 17 '09 at 21:49 mmcglynn 2,411133463 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote I had the same issue. Anyone know what it is?
Linked 0 The name 'Textbox1' does not exist in the current context? 1 Error when Publishing Web Application on IIS 1 XML Parsing Error: no element found while working in localhost I guess, that is where the problem could be. –shahkalpesh Nov 19 '08 at 20:16 Ill post that subroutine, look above... –Anders Nov 19 '08 at 20:19 i tried starting it and got this error: "Unexpected Error 0x8ffe2740" turns out that error means IIS can't start because the port that it's trying to use is already bound to Other interesting finds: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/foo.aspx: page not found http://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/foo.asax: broken (no source) http://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/foo.asbx: suitable empty list of questions When it's broken, in Chrome I don't get an XML parsing error - I
I added ASP.NET 4 ISAPI and CGI restriction in IIS. So - why does mapping the .xml extension to the ASP.NET dll screw up the way IIS serves up XML files? BTW, the same happens for "web.config". here's a little article on it: http://geekswithblogs.net/lorint/archive/2005/12/12/62910.aspx -b Reply Koji None 0 Points 1 Post Re: What causes this?
My guess is because of these two factors, Firefox didn't know what to make of it and by default it tried to process it as a an XML file. share|improve this answer answered Mar 2 '10 at 7:39 Chirag Darji 91 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote I found this issue because URL was redirecting to a different Could I work as a Professor in Europe if I only speak English?
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