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brader
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Posted - June 05 2005 :  13:32:47  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I just purchased VP-ASP. I have it setup on my Windows XP Pro computer. When I was just using the default.htm page, the program worked fine. Now that I am using the default.asp page for setting up my site, I cannot get the page to come up on my computer when I enter in http://localhost/default.asp. I am using IIS 5.1 on my Windows XP Pro computer. The program works on my friends Windows XP Pro machine. I removed the default.htm page and also made sure the default.asp page was first on the IIS setup for the directories. You can go to den.werewolf.net to view it. I noticed that in the shoprandomproduct.asp page, when I remove the sql code at the end of the page, default.asp will display everything but the random products. Am I missing a simple setup or setting? I have the IUSR user on the directory with full security permissions, I have the site setup with read and execute permissions. I believe the problem is with a setting or file on my computer and not the code in the shoprandomproduct.asp. Any suggestions? Have you heard of this before? Any help would be apprecited. Thanks in advance. PS. I can view any other .asp page with no problems. The test for the database completed sucessfully.

brader
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Posted - June 06 2005 :  19:47:38  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Thank you to the support desk at VPASP. It was the script blocking on Norton Anti-Virus that was causing my problems. Go figure, you try to protect your computer and it causes headaches with other programs.

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