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Web Service not recognized on IIS server.

Posted on 2004-08-13
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I built a web service and it's worked on multiple systems.  It was recently loaded to a newly built Windows 2000 server and I don't think it is recognized as a web service.  I attempted to navigate to the .asmx to determine that it's running and this does not work.  What is returned is: "<%@ WebService Language="c#" Codebehind="Transporter.asmx.cs" Class="SagittaWS.Transporter" %> ".  Normally, the web service name is displayed with the available web methods.

I had the person who built the server reload the .NET framework V1.1 but it still does not work.  Any input would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks
Eric
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Ask him to run the following to ensure that it is installed

C:\%WINDOWS%\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v1.1.4322\aspnet_regiis.exe -i
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That seemed to do the trick.  Any thoughts on why when he installed the .NET framework it did not work?

Thanks again.
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