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HomeHomeUsing DNN Platf...Using DNN Platf...Administration ...Administration ...Running ASP.NET Application in Sub-DirectoryRunning ASP.NET Application in Sub-Directory
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10/3/2018 3:59 PM
 
Am working on a legacy DNN site which I have migrated to 9.2. Under the root is a separate application which was developed as an ASP.NET Website project. The older production version has the nested application set up as a separate application in IIS. I copied the application folder to the 9.2 folder and set up IIS the same as the live version. When I navigate the the staging version (http://mystagingsite/app) I get the following error:
System.IO.FileNotFoundException: Could not load file or assembly 'Dnn.PersonaBar.UI' or one of its dependencies. The system cannot find the file specified.
I also tried this solution to no avail:
https://www.dnnsoftware.com/forums/threadid/299235/scope/posts/install-separate-aspnet-application-when-dnn-is-in-root-directory







 
 
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10/4/2018 3:31 PM
 
I've set up the separate application outside of DNN and am now trying to go the virtual directory route to configure the URL to it:

http://dnnsite.com/otherapplication

So, I've posted this as a separate question here:

https://www.dnnsoftware.com/forums/fo...

I will close this after I get some constructive feedback.
 
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10/5/2018 3:13 PM
 
Is the file actually there?



Joe Craig
Patapsco Research Group, Ellicott City, MD
DotNetNuke Development and Services (http://patapscorg.com)
 
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10/5/2018 3:20 PM
 
Yes, but I believe this error is totally misleading. I have updated this question here:

https://www.dnnsoftware.com/forums/fo...

In short, I have moved the other application out of the DNN folder and am now attempting to create a virtual directory from the DNN site to that app folder, unsuccessfully. It seems that IIS wants both the main site folder and the app folder to be under "Default Web Site". But DNN only works when set up as a standalone site in IIS (not under the Default Web Site node).

If you can help, please respond on the other thread. Thx :)
 
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10/9/2018 7:03 PM
 
you should never nest applications, please use virtual directories instead.
you may still need to prevent inheritance, though by unloading some of the settings from parent app.

Cheers from Germany,
Sebastian Leupold

dnnWerk - The DotNetNuke Experts   German Spoken DotNetNuke User Group

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