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ASP.NET application buttons stop working

Posted on 2004-09-09
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Some buttons in a web application does not work any more.  Here is the link

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No data is posted to the server.  The similar problems happened to several buttons in another ASP.Net application.  The buttons worked before and still work on the development server.

It may start to happen after a certain critical package was installed.  It is likely to be caused by .NET framework compatibility.

The web server is running Win2k server.  The .NET framework versions on both the development and production web servers are 1.1.4322.573 (mscorcfg.dll)

Please help.
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Question by:Jinghui Li
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The buttons all seem to be working for me. Can you clear your history and cache, so it is not holding any files from the development server and try again.

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by:Jinghui Li
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No data is submitted to the server.  The client validation code works but the form is not submitted.
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Ahh... can you verify the permissions in the directory where the form is posted to, and compare them to the dev site. Check the file permissions as well, maybe they got changed when the files were uploaded. Could be as simple as not having write to the file.

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by:Jinghui Li
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The problem is solved in http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Programming_Languages/Dot_Net/Q_21124826.html

Thanks experts for your efforts.
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Nothing Worked
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