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WCF Service stop working on SubDomains

Posted on 2010-09-04
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Question: I have created WCF service which is successfully running in domain like www.test.com. However, I have shifted to subdomain i.e. "test.test.com" and the service has stopped working. Whenever I try to run the service it gives error "Resource not found."

Please remember that my application is hosted on shared hosting (goDaddy.com).

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by:Amandeep Singh Bhullar
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Have you check with the simple static page on the server

Check as
1. Put a simple html page in directory say(a.html)
2. Open this in the Browser as http://test.test.com/a.html

If you get the same error, then you are placing the file in the wrong folder.
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aplusexpert earned 0 total points
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We have solved the problem at own.

We have one domain and a more than one sub-domains. Sub-domain's directories resides in root directory of main domain.

i.e

Domain www.testsite.com
Root directory :testsite.com
Sub-Domain test.testsite.com
Sub directory :testsite.com/test

We have used www.testsite.com/test for get the WCF Service insted of test.testsite.com

Thanks for reply.
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