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Ajax Template Installation Problem

Posted on 2009-12-29
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Last Modified: 2013-11-26
I am having a problem getting ajax installed correctly. I am using .NET framework 3.5. I think I am getting a service script error (seen in image) because I dont have the ajax template installed. I try to install the template and get another error (seen in other image). Is there anyway I can get rid of the script error without installing the templ.msi or how do I get around the error when installing the template. This code all works on my home laptop but on my work computer I cannot get it running. I am using vs 2008 pro
Question by:npl77
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Expert Comment

ID: 26141398
I think you went about your addition of the toolkit to your bin all wrong, or there is another issue all together.

Please use this link and follow the instructions, if you are still getting the error after redoing this then there are other issues we'll need to look into.


**Please note this installation says it's for visual web developer but is the same installation for visual studio 2008 pro.


Author Comment

ID: 26141952
I have the toolkit in the toolbox already. Still think I need the template to get rid of the web service error. Or is it something else?

Expert Comment

ID: 26142856
did you follow those instructions because i think that it is not correct what's showing up in your bin folder. That's what I'm saying.

Author Comment

ID: 26146345
I am getting a clean ajax build now, but the webservice connected to the auto extender isnt responding. The autoExtender control is not firing for some reason. The same code works on my laptop what could it be?

Accepted Solution

npl77 earned 0 total points
ID: 26171820
All the ajax template does is create the web.config file for you. You can manually do this here:

This will let ajax work in your site.

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