i have error:
Could not load file or assembly 'AspMapNET.DLL' or one of its dependencies.
The specified module could not be found.
when i run my apps in local, its running well. but when i deploy it in the server (windows server 2008) then i got the error.
in apps bin folder :
Try to active 32-bit applications - see here: http://www.codeproject.com/Tips/325824/Running-a-32-bit-application-under-IIS-on-a-64-bit
To configure IIS to run 32-bit applications you must follow these steps:
Go to current server – > Application Pools
Select the application pool your 32-bit application will run under
Click Advanced setting or Application Pool Default
Set Enable 32-bit Applications to True
i have follow the steps then i have different error:
Could not load file or assembly 'AspMapNET' or one of its dependencies. An attempt was made to load a program with an incorrect format
I had the same error and I could use only the 32-bit DLL for don't get errors. You can find this under: "C:\Program Files (x86)\VDS Technologies\AspMap 4.7\BIN32".
I could not use the 64-bit DLL :-(
Please submit a ticket at http://vdstech.com/ccp.aspx for this kind of problems.
I have same problem with AspMap version 4.8.2, and 64-bit dlls. Server is the same where 4.7 version worked normally.
Do you use 64-bit .NET 4.0 AspMap assemblies under Windows Server 2008?
(AspMap 4.7 included .NET 2.0 assemblies only)
Yes we are using 64-bit .NET 4.0 AspMap assemblies under Windows Server 2008.
After your question I tried with .NET 2.0 64-bit and it WORKED. There is someting wrong with .NET 4.0 64-bit DLL.
the problem has solved. in my server system there is no file msvcr100.dll, AspMap Need it.
check your server system c:\windows\system32(SysWOW64). if there is no msvcr100.dll, copy and paste this file. you can find this file in microsoft web.
AspMap 32/64 bit assemblies for .NET 4.0 require msvcr100.dll (Microsoft's 2010 runtime library).The dll may be not available in Windows Server 2008 because it(dll) was released in 2010.The msvcr100.dll file can be found in the Redistributable Package at http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=14632
You saved my day.