I deployed two different Wisej applications today (126.96.36.199) following the Deployment documentation. As the applications didn’t run and the LIC file didn’t get generated I took some extra steps:
1) The LIC file doesn’t show and the applications don’t run.
When I used VS to publish the applications, my project data sources also got published on \Properties\DataSources…
2) I wonder if this is needed or it’s just the publishing tool that doesn’t know what to do with these files.
The problem isn’t an Wisej issue but rather an IIS issue. So I moved on, cleanned all previous Application Pool Identities, changed the namespace, project name, filenames, restarted my computer. Eventually I installed the anniversary update and guess what? Now everything works as it should, the LIC file gets generated, the site runs and is visible to other computers.
Now we are trying to understand why the application doesn’t run.
To update this thread:
Will add a troubleshooting page to the docs.
Updated to 188.8.131.52 but no improvements on the LIC file generation front.
Unrelated to the license issue, .48 has the gridview data binding in a bad state. It’s part of the larger implementation to support hidden rows and the update got in incomplete code.
I updated to 184.108.40.206 but I still can run the applications as no LIC files is generated.
No, not Azure, just plain old IIS publishing. I can send you the publish profile by email.
On second thoughts, I don’t know what you mean by “VS publishing tool on Azure”. Right click on the project file and then Publish.
Did you publish using the VS publishing tool on Azure?