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#1 Posted : Wednesday, June 9, 2010 5:45:45 AM(UTC)


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Included with the attached zip file are instructions on how to create a small sample project on how to add the WebImageViewer to an application, display a file within the viewer, a small sample project of this, and further instructions on how to deploy this solution to IIS 7.5.

The attached project was written in C#, created with LEADTOOLS v16.5, and built with VS 2005.
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Walter Bates
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#2 Posted : Friday, June 11, 2010 5:46:54 AM(UTC)


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You may get the following errors:

500.19 -- You will need to give access permissions to the web application folder for user IIS_IUSRS.

401.3 -- This means that the authenticated user doesn't have access to the folder.  In the IIS manager go to your application folder and then click the Authentication icon.  You will see "Anonymous Authentication" and it should say Enabled.  Select the item and click edit.  The default user should be IUSR.  You need to give IUSR access to the web application folder.  The if "Specific User" is something else, give that user access to your web application folder.
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