The page isn’t redirecting properly :-

Yogendra Gupta asked on December 21, 2016 08:04

Installation Issue :
Hello,
I Installed kentico with custom installation on my computer, I have visual studio express version. when I run locally its always shows "The page isn’t redirecting properly" my url is http://localhost:1469/CMS/Default.aspx but it redirect on http://localhost:1469/CMS. Is there any problem of express version or any other issuem. Please guide me for this issue resolving.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Dragoljub Ilic answered on December 21, 2016 09:55

Hi Yogendra,

I'm using express version without problems. Can you login to http://localhost:1469/admin page? Maybe you are getting this redirection error because your Kentico site is empty. If not, can you provide more information about configuration? Are you added localhost to host file, or configured properly IIS, etc..?

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Yogendra Gupta answered on December 21, 2016 11:06

Hi Dragoljub Ilic, Thank you for reply. It's working with IIS is fine but when I run locally using visual studio then I am facing error.

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Peter Mogilnitski answered on December 21, 2016 15:56

You can debug by attaching to the process. I normally do not run Kentico debugging using Visual Studio with built in IIS express. Kentico is installed on your local IIS, make sure that the web site is running on you local IIS (ie.outside visual studio). Start VS, open Kentico project but don't run it - attach to the process i.e debug>attach to the process find the one called something like "w3wp.exe IIS APPPool\your kentico application pool name.. " (make sure that checkbox show pocesses from all users is checked).

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Zachary Perry answered on December 21, 2016 16:32

I find using the plugin VSCommands for Visual Studio more convenient than using the attach to process, it adds a attach to IIS button to the toolbar, and you can then select with site to debug. Little bit quicker than the Ctrl+Alt+P to attach to a process.

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