Medium trust issue

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6/14/2009 3:56:16 PM
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Gerry Roston gerry (at) pairofdocs (dot) net

Medium trust issue

All,

Apologies in advance as this issue is not strictly mojoPortal, but I am hoping someone will be kind enough to point me in the right direction.

On a virtual Windows Server 2003, I have two web-sites: mojoSite and supportSite. (supportSite is used to get some data from admins which is then formatted via custom mojoPortal modules for display on mojoSite.)

The files are stored as follows:

  mojoSite: c:/inetpub/wwwroot/mojocms
  supportSite: c:/inetpub/wwwroot/support

Within IIS admin, I have configured mojoSite to be the default site (primarily so users can simply enter the URL and get to the site). supportSite is also configured iwthin IIS admin.

The problem I am having is that when I try to access supportSite, I get the following error message:

Parser Error Message: Could not load file or assembly 'Brettle.Web.NeatUpload' or one of its dependencies.

The web.config for supportSite does not reference this in any manner, thus I am assuming that since mojoSite is the default, that its web.config is being read. (Note that mojoSite works just fine.)

Can you please suggest the most straight-forward means for resolving this problem? Thank you!

6/14/2009 3:58:11 PM
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Gerry Roston gerry (at) pairofdocs (dot) net

Re: Medium trust issue

p.s. I tried copying the Brettle.*.dll to the bin directory of supportSite, but then the same error occurred with the next module listed in the mojoPortal web.config file...

6/15/2009 10:10:10 AM
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Re: Medium trust issue

You don't mention the url structure for the support app. If its really a separate IIS site with a separate host name like support.yourdomain.com, there should be no conflict. If its not really a separate site but a virtual directory beneath the mojosite then the web.config for mojoportal since it is in the root interferes with the web.config settings for the child app. There are ways around it using a <location> element in Web.config to wrap some of the mojoportal settings and limit their scope. If you do some googling about the location element you will find solutions for similar problems as this can be an issue anytime you have one  .NET app in the root of a site and another in a virtual directory beneath it.

Hope it helps,

Joe

6/15/2009 9:14:40 PM
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Gerry Roston gerry (at) pairofdocs (dot) net

Re: Medium trust issue

Joe,

Thanks for the pointer. I was able to do some digging and found this:

http://www.kowitz.net/archive/2007/05/16/stopping-asp.net-web.config-inheritance.aspx

Solves the problem perfectly!

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