I have released my mvc application to godaddy (root, ie world wide web.domain.com) and all sorts of is effective. Now i have to publish some html files to some subdomain (ie subdomain.domain.com) which i have setup. However now after i browse to subdomain.domain.com i recieve web.config error
"Couldn't load file or set up 'System.Web.Assistants, Version=1..., Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=31bf3856ad364e35' or among its dependencies. The machine cannot discover the file specified." Line 101: add set up="System.Web.Assistants, Version=1..., Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=31BF3856AD364E35" /...
the only real files in subdomain directory are html files..exactly why is web.config entering play? i though getting a subdomain would seperate these virtual sites (root and subdomain)?? help. thanks
You mention they are .html files. Sure they are not .cshtml?
Domain oddities aside - your host does not possess the "ASP.Internet Web pages" System.Web.Assistants set up within their GAC, or else readily available for your deployment.
To resolve this, you have to bin-deploy the devices. Begin by developing a
bin directory, and uploading the
Its in your developer machine at somewhere like
C:Program Files (x86)Microsoft ASP.NETASP.Internet Web Pagesv1.0AssembliesSystem.Web.Assistants.dll
I made use of these instructions in the GoDaddy site to obtain mine working:
To Deploy MVC3 Programs with Home windows Hosting
Inside your application's project, add references towards the following devices:
- System.Web.Web pages
- System.Web.Web pages.Deployment
- System.Web.Web pages.Razor
For every reference you simply added, set the Copy Local property to True. Deploy the application.