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Just did a fresh install of Umbraco 6 into a subfolder of another .net site and configured it as it's own application. Things are working for the most part, I am able to get to the Umbraco directory and create/modify/delete content etc. When I try to preview or go to the contents URL however I get the following error.
I suspect some sort of routing issue perhaps? Thoughts?
This page can be replaced with a custom 404. Check the documentation for "custom 404".
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What happens if you remove the /Site/ part from the URL? Does it result in the same?
Have you added a hostname for your site?
Thanks for the response.
If I remove the "/site/" portion I get either a page not found from my root application (not umbraco's page not found), or the homepage of my root application obviously depending on which url I point at.
I also added the hostname to the root node in the content tree, then republished the entire site with no effect.
Not 100% certain I understand the setup you have but perhaps you should add the directory as a reserved path in the web.config of your root application?
For clarity, I have a custom application that resides in the root of:
Umbraco is installed as an Application in IIS and resides in a Subdirectory of the root app in a folder called "/site".
I can add something to the root Web config although I am not entirely sure what you mean. The root app is not Umbraco.
Aaah, I read it wrong then - though it was another Umbraco installation (Was a bit puzzled about it)...then I'm unfortunately not sure what to do. Hopefully someone of the other bright minds in here have an idea.
Thanks for trying. :-)
Adding a few new tidbits.
Media seems to work as expected as well. Uploaded a zip file, and navigated to it's url and it downloaded as expected. So it seems like content is the only issue.
I created a new site in IIS and pointed it at the /site folder. When access from this site all works ok, but still issues with the original. Again I assume web.config as well as global.asax config are being inherited and stomped?
I'm having this same issue. The admin, media folders and such still work, but the content, when accessed from /site, gives me a 404. I suppose a question to ask is: I Umbraco 6 capable of being installed in a subdirectory and working as desired? Or is there going to be the need for some sort of heavy customization to even do this?
Funny, on a side note I know of you through Scott Phelps. But yes, I have the same issue, so that is my assumption is that Umbraco 6 is not capable of being installed as a sub-application.
That is a shame. I know that older versions of Umbraco had that problem. I was hoping 6 would act differently.
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