We use cookies to give you the best experience on our website. If you continue to browse, then you agree to our privacy policy and cookie policy. Image for the cookie policy date

publish ASP.NET to Azure get default Azure page

I'm using VS2015 Community update 3.
Create ASP.NET MVC from VS project wizard and publish to Azure get it works fine.
This is my test webapplication1

Then create project from 'Syncfusion Dashboard' -> ASP.Net MVC -> SAMPLE CREATOR -> Select 'Diagram'.
The project works fine on local , publish to Azure need some clean up for 'old files which may be renamed'.. and finally done!
But the page on Azure do not point to the starting page as running on Local
This is the my diagram project myDiagramWebApp

This might be that the project template inside 'Sample Creator' are not up to date or some setting need to be tune up.
Please help, or update the project template.

Thanks in advance.

3 Replies

KP Kanimozhi Pandian Syncfusion Team July 22, 2016 12:21 PM UTC

Hi Wanlop,   
We suspect that the issue occurred due to improper site path. We could reproduce the issue when we use any path other than “site/wwwroot” in Site path. So please make sure that you have used “site/wwwroot” as Site path before publishing your Syncfusion Web project.    
Note: Before publishing Syncfusion Sample creator project, add the following entry in your web.config file if you faced any issues with routing.   
  <modules runAllManagedModulesForAllRequests="true"> </modules>        
For your reference, you can get the web.config file from here.   
We could successfully publish our Syncfusion Sample Creator Diagram MVC sample in Azure server.    
We will also update Sample Creator project template source in our 2016 Volume 2 SP1 release which is expected to be released at the end of this month.   
Kanimozhi K.P.   

WA Wanlop July 22, 2016 01:43 PM UTC

Thank you!!
the default publish method is 'Web deploy'. 
Could you try one more pls. Then, your new coming template should be more perfect :)

KP Kanimozhi Pandian Syncfusion Team July 28, 2016 05:58 AM UTC

Hi Wanlop,   
Thank you for your update.    
As you had suggested, we have set the publish method as “Web Deploy” and it is working fine from our end.    
By following the steps mentioned in the following link, we could publish the application in Azure server with Web deploy method.    
As mentioned in our previous update, currently we are updating our project templates in Sample Creator and it will be available in our forthcoming Volume 2 Service Pack 1 release.   
Kanimozhi K.P.   

Live Chat Icon For mobile
Up arrow icon