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After deploying my unbraco 4.7 site, the side works well, but when I logon to the administration page, only a progress bar is shown. Any help is appriciated. Thanks.
I am having exactly same problem and could not yet figure this out. Any help on this is really appreciated.
Possibly a permissions issue, did you double check your file permissions?
Hi Gert and Viral,
@Rich: everything underneeth App_Data folder has read/write access. The rest has read access.
The error I'm getting is that the value of JQuery is null. Could this have something to do with ClientDependency.core.dll?
I'm thinking it's an issue with the Client Dependency framework ... could you try setting your website to "<compilation debug="true">" in your Web.config? (this will disable Client Dependency - more info here)
Thanks for the reply. Setting "<compilation debug="true">" helps indeed. But should this be left this way? Is there a solution where I can set the debug parameter back to false?
Hi Gert, when you say it helps, do you mean that the back-office is working as expected now?
If so, then we've found the cause of the problem - the permissions of the ClientDependency directories. Double-check the file/folder permissions of "\App_Data\TEMP\ClientDependency" for both NETWORK SERVICE user and IIS_IUSRS group. (I've had a problem with not setting IIS_IUSRS before).
Many thanks Rick and Lee for responding.
When i made setting "<compilation debug="true">" it worked.
But as Gert asked -- should this be left this way? Is there a solution where I can set the debug parameter back to false?
I can only set the permissions for the NETWORK SERVICE user in the control panel of my hosting. The IIS_IUSRS group is not showing up in the list. So this means I have to leave my debug set to false?
I will contact my hosting provider to check if he's got an answer to this.
In answer to the question... "Should you leave your website with <compilation debug="true">"?
Quick answer is no, you should not. There are good explanations to why: here and here.
As for which machine user to set with read/write permissions for Client Dependency ... it should be which ever user is associated with the AppPool. If this is on a hosted web-server, best bet is to speak with their tech support team, see if they can help resolve it.