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  1. VS 2017 Re: Problems uploading Site to Host - Can not load type "WebApplication1.SiteMaster"

    The process I have used in the past is:
    1) Run application in VS to verify it is working

    2) Click on Build / Publish WebApplication1

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    3) Configure the Publish Connection. I set it...
  2. VS 2017 Re: Problems uploading Site to Host - Can not load type "WebApplication1.SiteMaster"

    I am using the Publish function inside VS to FTP the site to the httpdocs folder.
  3. VS 2017 Re: Problems uploading Site to Host - Can not load type "WebApplication1.SiteMaster"

    I heard back from the host support. They stated:


    The errors affecting http://itjuggler.com/webapplication1/ and http://itjuggler.com/webapplication2/ stem from the configuration of the site...
  4. VS 2017 Re: Problems uploading Site to Host - Can not load type "WebApplication1.SiteMaster"

    I just tried creating a new web Form application in VS 2019 with exactly the same results. I when through the same sequence of errors, and end up at the same place. It can not find...
  5. VS 2017 Re: Problems uploading Site to Host - Can not load type "WebApplication1.SiteMaster"

    Thank you for the reference. I had found that previously, which is why I was commenting out the Compile statements in the Web.Config file. I also had previously tried unloading the CodeCom elements. ...
  6. VS 2017 Re: Problems uploading Site to Host - Can not load type "WebApplication1.SiteMaster"

    This is the Web.config, with <customErrors> added and Compiler code commented out



    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
    <!--
    For more information on how to configure your ASP.NET...
  7. VS 2017 Re: Problems uploading Site to Host - Can not load type "WebApplication1.SiteMaster"

    The real application is quite large with lots of pages and links to a database. I posted a simpler application that has the same problems without the additional complexity. There must be something...
  8. VS 2017 Re: Problems uploading Site to Host - Can not load type "WebApplication1.SiteMaster"

    I did not want to upload my actual code, So I created a new app which demonstrates the same issues. I created a brand now Visual Basic / Web / Previous Versions / ASP.NET Web Forms Site. The original...
  9. VS 2017 Re: Problems uploading Site to Host - Can not load type "WebApplication1.SiteMaster"

    Yes, I am using a web host. I picked HostGator, because I used it back in 2012 without any problems. At one time I uploaded an ASP.net website without problems, and that is why I am so frustrated...
  10. VS 2017 Re: Problems uploading Site to Host - Can not load type "WebApplication1.SiteMaster"

    I am using HostGator. I have used them in the past with no problems, however this is a new account and this is the first time I have tried to load a .net website. This is shared hosting

    The host's...
  11. VS 2017 Re: Problems uploading Site to Host - Can not load type "WebApplication1.SiteMaster"

    I am publishing my code using VS, using FTP. BTW, I am using .Net version 4.6.1.

    I am not sure if it is .Net Core or not. It has been a while since I created it, and I don't remember, but I think...
  12. VS 2017 Problems uploading Site to Host - Can not load type "WebApplication1.SiteMaster"

    My application works fine in Visual Studio. However, when I try to move it to my Web IIS Host it is throwing errors. The first errors were that it did not like the two Compile statements in...
  13. VS 2017 Re: Changes in CSS file not showing up when running code in VS

    Thanks for the pointers. I believe the file is being cached by VS. I even removed the file from the project, and it still was there when I ran the project, although it had a ":404" after the...
  14. VS 2017 [RESOLVED] Changes in CSS file not showing up when running code in VS

    I am using VB, .net version 4.6.1

    I am making changes to an attached css file, just changing the top property of an object from 444 to 544. I save the file and run it inside VS, and the change is...
  15. VS 2017 Re: Having trouble running code when loading a Second ASP.Net page

    I solved my problem. The above code does appear to work. I was erroneously overwriting the Page2.asp file in code, which appears to cause the Page_load not to fire. Once I removed the code to...
  16. VS 2017 [RESOLVED] Having trouble running code when loading a Second ASP.Net page

    Using ASP.net VB
    I want to build and display Page2.asp when I click a button on Page1.asp.

    I have my main ASP.net page, and when I click a button I run the following code:


    Dim...
  17. Re: Persistent data in a Chart and Adding points from front end

    Thank you for your reply. Other objects were persistent, and the inconsistency with the chart was frustrating.

    What I ended up doing is storing all the data into a public list, then then every...
  18. [RESOLVED] Persistent data in a Chart and Adding points from front end

    I am building an ASP.net application using VB. that uses a chart. I want to add data from the front end and keep that data that is already in the chart. From my research it appears I need the...
  19. VS 2017 Re: How do I get rid of Transparent Textboxes

    That was the problem. Thanks I was not aware of this property.
  20. VS 2017 [RESOLVED] How do I get rid of Transparent Textboxes

    One of my students ran into a problem. All his textboxes are transparent. It is not showing the form, but rather what is underneath the form (either the desktop, or any open application). Everything...
  21. VS 2017 Re: How do you get path to an image stored in resources

    The reason I want the file is I am creating an html report from within the application, and outputting HTML and CSS. I wanted to insert the picture into the report, which required the file name.

    I...
  22. VS 2017 [RESOLVED] How do you get path to an image stored in resources

    I have put various files into my application's Resources (pic1, pic2, pic3, etc.). Random images are placed into a picturebox control (pbxPic) on my form. When I click a button I want to identify the...
  23. VS 2019 Re: VB intermittently identifies multiple errors in Designer file it created

    I did find an old post which provides multiple ways of addressing this issue. It can be found here:...
  24. VS 2019 VB intermittently identifies multiple errors in Designer file it created

    I have run into this a few times. As I develop some code, I add various files into resources (such as R_On.png) by dragging and dropping in My Project / Resources window. I then reference them in...
  25. VS 2019 Re: loading image into Chart.BackImage in published App

    I stand corrected. Thanks for the clarification.
  26. VS 2019 Re: loading image into Chart.BackImage in published App

    Thanks. I had come to basically that conclusion. I was hoping there was some string reference to the image in the resource.

    There is a slightly easier approach. The my.resources has a method that...
  27. VS 2019 Re: loading image into Chart.BackImage in published App

    Thanks. I had come to basically that conclusion. I was hoping there was some string reference to the image in the resource.

    There is a slightly easier approach. The my.resources has a method that...
  28. VS 2019 [RESOLVED] loading image into Chart.BackImage in published App

    I am trying to load an image into the Chart.BackImage property. Unlike regular images such as picture boxes where I have been using images stored in my.Resources, the Chart.Backimage want a string....
  29. VS 2017 Re: Generic Error in GDI when creating a PNG file

    Point taken. I will be mindful of that in the future.
  30. VS 2017 Re: [RESOLVED] Accessing Passed Control to sub gives - "Option Strict On Disallows La

    jmcilhinney,
    It was an oversight on my part. I was trying different things and that was a holdover. I concur that it is not needed and in fact a bad idea to use ByRef.
  31. VS 2017 Re: Generic Error in GDI when creating a PNG file

    That does look like it might address the issue. It will be a while until I can check it out, but I do appreciate the pointer to that post.
  32. Re: Having a loop automatically refresh the label

    Using a For ... Next or a Do... While is likely not the best approach for this. You need to look for some way to mark the passage of time and trigger an event at regular intervals to allow you to...
  33. VS 2017 Generic Error in GDI when creating a PNG file

    I will attach a documented demo app to illustrate the problem I am having.
    Each of these cases work

    I can successfully create a PNG file based on a specified control on the form. I can them load...
  34. VS 2017 Re: Accessing Passed Control to sub gives - "Option Strict On Disallows Late Binding"

    Perfect. That did the trick. Thanks
  35. VS 2017 [RESOLVED] Accessing Passed Control to sub gives - "Option Strict On Disallows Late Binding"

    I am trying to pass various textbox, groupbox, panel, and Picture controls into a sub and then access various properties, such as its Location.

    Option Strict On
    Class Form1
    Sub Process(ByRef...
  36. VS 2017 Re: Sub to capture PNG image of an object passed to the sub

    Your points are well taken. Replacing Object with Control made it worked perfectly! Thank you for your help.
  37. VS 2017 [RESOLVED] Sub to capture PNG image of an object passed to the sub

    I want to create a sub that will accept an object and create a PNG image, saving in specified location. I have been able to do it for a hard coded object, but I want it more flexible and be able to...
  38. Re: Incorrect path to a USB-connected smartphone file

    I misinterpreted your request. The approach I was suggesting is to get folder locations on the main drive.

    What you could try is use the FolderBrowserDialog

    ...
  39. Re: Incorrect path to a USB-connected smartphone file

    Try this code. You will need a textbox to display the path.

    Dim Dir1 As DirectoryInfo = New DirectoryInfo(Environment.SpecialFolder.MyComputer.ToString)
    TextBox1.Text = Dir1.FullName
  40. Re: Incorrect path to a USB-connected smartphone file

    Try

    Dim Dir3 As DirectoryInfo = New DirectoryInfo("XX" & "\Moto G (5S) Plus\Internal shared storage\Files")
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