If you would like to display the effective configuration including inherited or default values, specify the /config:* parameter: %systemroot%\system32\inetsrv\APPCMD list config "Default Web Site/" /section:asp /config:* To display a list of In this article, I will explain what this tool is, how to use it, and how to perform common IIS administrative tasks such as creating new sites, stopping/starting services, and viewing The collection indexer expression uses key values to identify a specific collection element. Wang > > // > > > Thanks for your comments David but I'm not "getting it" as I thought the > > Default Website was configured as an application already weblink
No related posts. P.S. I suspect that you wanted to "move" your webapp to be the root of a website and accessed as http://MyWebsite instead of http://MyWebsite/MyApp The error tells you exactly what to do These backups will show up in the AppCmd list of backups and will be available to restore the same way as backups you made manually through the tool. http://board.issociate.de/thread/475902/Using-appcmd-to-migrate-to-wwwroot.html
In the example above, the output has been abbreviated — the actual output includes many more properties. On my Windows 2008 server with a default installation, AppCmd.exe was located in C:\Windows\System32\inetsrv. My problem was not prefacing the identifier with the website, although the examples I found on the web didn't indicate the prefix was needed - probably not needed in some circumstances.
Successfully migrated section "system.web/httpHandlers". I learned about using the following command... > > > %systemroot%\system32\inetsrv\APPCMD.EXE migrate config "Default Web > > Site/YourApp" > > > I think I know what /YourApp implies but I don't Here are just a few practical applications for using AppCmd.exe: Start & Stop IIS sites from the command line Create a new IIS website or virtual directory (or make any IIS For example, the current set of objects available through AppCmd is (where
I learned about using the following command... > > > %systemroot%\system32\inetsrv\APPCMD.EXE migrate config "Default Web > > Site/YourApp" > > > I think I know what /YourApp implies but I don't Cannot Find Site Object With Identifier Bindinginformation The tool will modify web.config in order to move registration of handlers, modules fromsystem.webtosystem.webServersection. Here is an example: Figure 6: Showing all IIS websites that meet a certain state 4)Backing up you IIS configuration AppCmd.exe can backup your IIS configuration using the add backup command. By default, IIS 7 and above are installed with a Web site named "Default Web Site" that listens on port 80 with no IP address nor host header restrictions.
The tool works by executing a command on one of the supported management objects, with optional parameters used to further customize the behavior of the command: APPCMD (command) (object-type)
Thus, your attempts to move your app there are invalid -- no matter what you think. //David http://w3-4u.blogspot.com http://blogs.msdn.com/David.Wang // You are correct David, I did want to move my "webapp" http://putnik.net.ua/index.php/comps/web/2011/12/23/iis7-cannot-find-app-object-with-identifier/ multiple RHS configuration... Cannot Find Site Object With Identifier Default Web Site Next you will need to run another command to perform the migration as follows: %systemroot%system32inetsrvAPPCMD.EXE migrate config "object-specific-identifier/" There is a very important point worth noting here as it caught me Appcmd Set Config Cannot Find Site Object With Identifier This happens when your implementation is about to accessRequestobject inApplication_Startmethod ofglobal.asaxfile.
C:\> %systemroot%\system32\inetsrv\APPCMD.EXE migrate config "domain_name.com/virtual_directory" Successfully migrated section "system.web/httpModules". have a peek at these guys AppCmd provides this capability through its commit parameter. All rights reserved. Click here to register and open a ticket with us now! Appcmd Add Vdir
And even when it doesn't, the custom error tells you exactly what you need to do to migrate. //David http://w3-4u.blogspot.com http://blogs.msdn.com/David.Wang // Thanks for your comments David but I'm not "getting Translate this pagePowered by Microsoft® Translator This site is managed for Microsoft by Neudesic, LLC. | © 2016 Microsoft. I access that Default Web Site from anywhere on the LAN using the Computer Name (NetBIOS) so I can test in various browsers. http://knowaretech.com/cannot-find/appcmd-exe-cannot-find-app-object-with-identifier.html Finally, let's create a new application pool: %systemroot%\system32\inetsrv\APPCMD add apppool /name:MyAppPool APPPOOL object "MyAppPool" added This created a new application pool named "MyAppPool".
I had to comment out the httpHandlers and httpModules etc. Now I must learn to rewrite the new sections in web.config so I can continue to run using the DefaultAppPool. For example, in order to set the type property on the collection element with the key name property equal to "FormsAuthentication", use this command-line: %systemroot%\system32\inetsrv\APPCMD set config /section:system.webServer/modules /[name='FormsAuthentication'].type:System.Web.Security.FormsAuthenticationModule To add
Report this message #7: Re: Using appcmd to migrate to wwwroot Posted on 2008-01-21 09:58:59 by David Wang On Jan 20, 9:29=A0am, "clintonG"
I suspect that you wanted > to "move" your webapp to be the root of a website and accessed > ashttp://MyWebsiteinstead ofhttp://MyWebsite/MyApp > > The error tells you exactly what to Cannot ensure site "Default Web Site/node" is removed
To fix this error, make sure "Default Web Site" is existing in the IIS. If you would like to be notified whenDavid Davisreleases the nextarticlein this series please sign up to the WindowsNetworking.com Real time article update newsletter. this content I will let you Google the pro's and con's of doing this but it's worked for me before at least to get the site back up and running again.
The web site will not just load and I learn I have to run appcmd > > > to > > > migrate to IIS7. By default, most of the IIS configuration sections are locked at the server level. I suspect that you wanted to "move" your webapp to be the root of a website and accessed as http://MyWebsite instead of http://MyWebsite/MyApp The error tells you exactly what to do In this article, you not only learnt what AppCmd.exe is but you also learnt all that it can do for you, in the real world.
You tried to rename things during the migration by moving from wwwroot \mke1 to wwwroot and also renamed the URL namespace to "Default Web Site" instead of "Default Web Site/YourApp". I access that Default Web Site from anywhere on the LAN using the Computer Name (NetBIOS) so I can test in various browsers. I can see how using virtual directories is the only way a hosting provider could possibly support so many web sites but the notion of "applications" has sure messed up my All being well your should get a message similar to this confirming the web.config has been migrated.
For example, to display the XML configuration information for the site object, use a command-line like this: %systemroot%\system32\inetsrv\APPCMD list site "Default Web Site" /config
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You can also list your commands with the list backup command the and the restore backup can put your backup data back where it needs to go with the restore backup Several common or important properties are generally also output (id, bindings, and state for the Site object). As an example, imagine a command-line that produces a directory listing of each IIS virtual directory.