[Mono-devel-list] Porting ASP.Net from IIS site

Gonzalo Paniagua Javier gonzalo at ximian.com
Wed Oct 22 22:04:39 EDT 2003

El mié, 22-10-2003 a las 15:32, Aps escribió:
> Hi guys,
> I'm a beginner with mono so probably my questions will be stupid :)
> I would like to port my complex ASP.Net site developed in C# with VS
> under IIS to a Linux/Mono structure.
> I succesfully installed Mono runtime and started xfs webserver.
> Now I've some doubt:
> 1) I can use original dll built by VS or I've to recompile all? (I use
> codebehind feature, dunno if it can be a problem)

Yes, you can...
> 2) the first question originate from my first experience. Copying the
> whole site (aspx and dlls, not the .cs source code) and accessing to
> the application I obtain

... but you have to copy the CodeBehind generated dlls. Ie, the dlls
that VS generates for you and puts in bin directory. You can also
compile them with mono.

> Error message: (0,0) : error CS0006: Cannot find assembly
> `/tmp/WebSicDotNet/bin/KEYCODEV2Lib.dll'
> (0,0) : error : 
> (0,0) : error failed: 1 error(s), 0 warnings
> File name: /tmp/WebSicDotNet/Global.asax
> (/tmp/WebSicDotNet/ is my root directory)
> You can help me to start using mono? Tnx in advance

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