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I have an Front Tier and App Tier in one web application set up. When I look at the Web.Config in the Front End, I don't see any pointer to App Tier.but when I stop the App tier,Application stops working. So It talks to AppTier.

How can i find out where this pointer is defined in Front End

Thanks

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by:Dan McFadden
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Are there any other *.config files in the root of the web app?  Sometimes the developers break out the application configuration in multiple config files in order to simplify the configuration of the app.

Can you post the web.config?

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Have you looked thru the web application to see if there are additional .config files?

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by:toronto2456
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Hey Dan,

Thanks for the comment, I have looked it but later I have noticed that

actually, There was an stupid mistake, The code for the some other application has been placed to the wring site, that is why I have getting to the same site.

Thanks,,

I have posted a question in IIS, will you please have a look at it

Regards

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