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I've installed website on my local machine using IIS 7 successfully. But when I've deployed it on live server, I got the following error:
"The page cannot be displayed because an internal server error has occurred" Nothing else.
Using the same IIS 7 on live and also set to have
Detailed errors in Error Pages module, but still getting the same.
What can be a reason?
I just got this error and it was caused by a duplicate static content MIME type in the web.config
This error was being returned only on static files - eg images, css, js files were all saying this error (text by itself, no other html or text in the response).
The way to debug this is to look in web config under static content. Here we have a json file extension loaded. This was required on IIS7 but will kill the app if used on IIS8 because json is now pre-loaded at the server level.
<staticContent> <clientCache cacheControlMode="UseMaxAge" cacheControlMaxAge="30.00:00:00" /> <mimeMap fileExtension=".json" mimeType="application/json" /> </staticContent>
So solution is to remove any of these mimeType entries one at a time to confirm which are needed and which kill your app!
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I think the best first approach is to make sure to turn on detailed error messages via your web.config file, like this:
<configuration> <system.webServer> <httpErrors errorMode="Detailed"></httpErrors> </system.webServer> </configuration>
After doing this, you should get a more detailed error message from the server.
In my particular case, the more detailed error pointed out that my <defaultDocument> section of the web.config file was not allowed at the folder level where I'd placed my web.config. It said "This configuration section cannot be used at this path. This happens when the section is locked at a parent level. Locking is either by default (overrideModeDefault="Deny"), or set explicitly by a location tag with overrideMode="Deny" or the legacy allowOverride="false". "
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Modify your web.config to display the server error details:
<system.web> <customErrors mode="Off" /> </system.web>
You may also need to remove/comment out the follow httpErrors section
<system.webServer> <httpErrors errorMode="Custom"> <remove statusCode="404" /> <error statusCode="404" path="/Error/Error404" responseMode="ExecuteURL" /> <remove statusCode="500" /> <error statusCode="500" path="/Error/Error500" responseMode="ExecuteURL" /> <remove statusCode="403" /> <error statusCode="403" path="/Error/Error403" responseMode="ExecuteURL" /> </httpErrors> </system.webServer>
From my experience if you directly have a server error, this may be caused from an assembly version mismatch.
Check what is declared in the web.config and the actual ddl in the bin folder's project.
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I've fixed it.
I had the following section
in web.config :
When I remove it, I got a real error
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In my case, setting
httpErrors and the like in Web.config did not help to identify the issue.
Instead I did:
- Activate "Failed Request Tracing" for the website with the error.
- Configured a trace for HTTP errors 350-999 (just in case), although I suspected 500.
- Called the erroneous URL again.
- Watched in the log folder ("%SystemDrive%\inetpub\logs\FailedReqLogFiles" in my case).
- Opened one of the XML files in Internet Explorer.
I then saw an entry with a detailed exception information. In my case it was
\?\C:\Websites\example.com\www\web.config ( 592) :Cannot add duplicate collection entry of type 'mimeMap' with unique key attribute 'fileExtension' set to '.json'
I now was able to resolve it and fix the error. After that I deactivated "Failed Request Tracing" again.
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- It also applies to types such as .woff.
- I was sure this one didn't apply to me, but I removed everything in staticContent and I can finally see the real error message! Thanks.
- Clearing the entry before setting it should prevent clashes <remove fileExtension=".json" /> <mimeMap fileExtension=".json" mimeType="application/json" />
- This is exactly the issue i had... Removing as above did the trick, thanks!
- this helped me identify the issue
- In my case, I was migrating a web site from II7 to an IIS8.x Win 2012 Server, and it seems the format for httpErrors may be slightly different between the two servers. Commenting out the httpErrors section fixed the issue for me. I recreated the custom errors from the IIS8.5 GUI after deleting the httpErrors section from the web.config that came from the IIS7.x server.
- In this case, I believe you could simply install that framework version (or maybe a higher one) from Windows "Programs and Features", under the IIS section.