I’m trying to publish my first test page on remote IIS server, but I got a blank page. Everything is OK when I run it on VS2015.
May you help me, please?
I can confirm what you reported. At the moment Wisej cannot work in medium trust. In fact very little works with IIS in medium trust. Data binding, just to mention one feature, doesn’t work without reflection which doesn’t work in medium trust. We also need to write to the temp path (this can be changed). Serialization doesn’t work.
It looks like Microsoft itself is discouraging medium trust since it really doesn’t work. Not even azure sites are in medium trust.
We started following the security exceptions to try to resolve them, but it’s too deep into .NET itself.
Sorry I can’t change this.
I added wisej.wx file to root and wisej folder.
File content is not appearing… Should I configure MIME or add entries to my web.config?
My publishing isn’t building WX files, only Default.html, Default.json and Web.config… more bin DLLs…
Where is the bootstrapper?
I just tried but it doesn’t return anything. I thought it may have been the “/wisej” application name that could confuse the handler with the wisej.wx url so I tried to create a new “/wisej” app on our demo server but it works fine.
It looks like /wisej is sub site in IIS, and there can be problems with the inherited web.config from the parent site. To test that the configuration is correct you have to be able to query http://yoursite.com/wisej.wx. In your case http://www.cappato.com.br/wisej/wisej.wx and you should get this:
Which is the bootstrapper.
I noticed that your site has this header: X-Powered-By: ARR/2.5
Is it Microsoft Application Routing? Maybe it’s not routing *.wx URLs?