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malik143

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Posted: 02/16/2015, 3:49 AM

I am running my asp.net application in IIS. The purpose is to check the session value while transferring from http to https. When I run the application I get the error : 'Parser Error Message: Could not load type 'SSLTest.Page1'.' Why is it so?

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Posted: 02/16/2015, 9:03 PM

Malik - what other error message are you getting? .NET error pages (if the debug flag is set correctly in web.config) will return a bunch of information.

It could be that you haven't published all the files (check they are in C:\inetput\www\<project>) or an application setting.

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Posted: 03/05/2015, 3:04 AM

If you are going to use CCS and Visual Studio, remember to let CCS do the work - it is the quickest way I've found to put together a site, and if you change stuff in VS then CCS will probably stop updating those bits of code.

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