[Mono-list] Mapping across application not allowed?
carl at carl-olsen.com
Sat Jul 23 21:11:51 EDT 2005
What versions of Apache and Mono?
I've about exhausted my research into this. I know how to make it work by
putting my user controls into the same directory or a subdirectory of the
page I'm calling it from. That works well enough for me. I may be doing
something wrong, but it's not important enough to figure it out.
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To: carl at carl-olsen.com; 'Joe Audette'; 'Mono List'
Subject: RE: [Mono-list] Mapping across application not allowed?
> I just tested it thoroughly and there's no doubt about it. I
> create a user control in the "/Controls/" subdirectory. I
> create a page in the "/Modules/Legislators" subdirectory and
> include the control. I get an error saying "Mapping across
> application not allowed."
> I then create a page in the root directory and include the
> control. Everything works perfectly after that - both pages
> display the user control without any errors.
> The book I'm using for my web site, "ASP.NET Website
> Programming" by Wrox (ISBN 1-86100693-4) puts the user
> controls for the subdirectories into the subdirectories and I
> was wondering why they put them there. It's all starting to
> make sense now.
> Windows .NET doesn't care where you put them, but Mono is
> probably following a stricter set of rules.
I'm unsure about this.
I have created /workng/subdir/page.aspx (/ = webroot) , which calls the
same ascx as before (from /a/ssi/footer.ascx).
No problems. See http://www.hostmono.net/working/subdir/server.aspx for
<%@ Page Language="C#" trace="true" debug="true" %>
<%@ Register TagPrefix="UserControl" TagName="Footer"
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.1//EN"
<style type="text/css" media="all">
<UserControl:Footer id="myFooter" runat="Server" />
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