The file 'blahblah.aspx' has not been pre-compiled, and cannot be requested

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Yes I know, this question has been asked loads of times already.

But this isn't quite the same. Actually I think the error message is accurate!

Normally when you view a published ASPX file, you just see "This is a marker file generated by the precompilation tool, and should not be deleted!".

In my case, after building and publishing, when I view the published pages I see the full source code.

I'm using a newly installed copy of VS2012 so there's obviously something not quite right.

Any suggestions?

Thanks :)

Normally when you view a published ASPX file, you just see "This is a marker file generated by the precompilation tool, and should not be deleted!".

Well, not really "normally" - you have to set that explicitly.

Usual way - open Visual Studio, right-click project, "Publish", select profile

Check the profile settings, or if necessary, create a new profile and (re)set to what you want.

Screen shot of settings where you can pre-compile, make "updatable" or not (fully compiled, where you see the note you referred to above), etc.

As shown below, the "normal" (default) settings is "updatable". Uncheck == everything is compiled - even (cs/vb)html, aspx, etc. (no source viewable in files)

Hth...

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I have been struggling to fix this issue for past few days. At least in my case, the error message was completely misleading and had nothing to do with precompiled website. There are many articles or posts out there that give many different answers which only add to confusion. I personally believe this error is caused mainly due to missing references or incorrect versioning. In order to fix the issue as fast as possible you have to rule this out, or otherwise fix the missing/wrong reference.

To do so you need to use a tool named "Assembly Binding Log Viewer". This tool will tell you which references are missing or have wrong versions. If there is a missing/mismatched reference then go ahead and fix it; otherwise you need to do the other magic tricks like checking for App Pool being 32-bit or permissions.

Steps:

  1. At your server create the following folders

    C:\fuslog C:\fuslog\logs

  2. Copy Assembly Binding Log Viewer to your server at C:\fuslog:

    You can find the program at a location like this

    C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\v7.0A\Bin\fuslogvw.exe

    You might need to look at "Program Files" instead of "Program Files (x86)" or look into different vesions instead of "v7.0A" (some newer versions might not work on older Windows versions)

  3. Execute fuslogvw.exe at server (you might need to right click and run as administrator)

  4. Click on "Setting..."

  5. Ensure "Log bind failures to disk" is checked

  6. Check the Enable custom log path and enter the following in the box: C:\fuslog\logs

  7. Click on OK

  8. Recycle/reset your app pool to enforce a fresh binding

  9. Click on Refresh. Now you can see the failed binding in here

  10. The better way to find the exact binding is to go to c:\fuslog\logs\Default. In here you can find the exact binding failures. Some are irrelevant and you need to find the critical one by trial and error. Mine was the following failure:

     System.Web.Mvc, Version=4.0.0.1, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=31bf3856ad364e35
    

I fixed the issue by adding the following entry at my web sites web.config:

<configuration>
    ...
    <runtime>
        ...
        <!-- Added this entry to fix the issue -->
        <dependentAssembly>
            <assemblyIdentity name="System.Web.Mvc" publicKeyToken="31bf3856ad364e35" />
            <bindingRedirect oldVersion="0.0.0.0-4.0.0.1" newVersion="4.0.0.0" />
        </dependentAssembly>
        ...
    </runtime>
    ...
</configuration>

I hope this helps others to quickly fix the issue.

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And watch out asp compiler warning messages.

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Comments
  • Can you tell us how you published your site?
  • Usual way - open Visual Studio, right-click project, "Publish", select profile etc.
  • Any reference you added in this file, whose ddl probably hasn't added, or maybe something in your webconfig is missing. Just haywire thoughts
  • I thought that, but the published files are wrong. They shouldn't contain any source, they should just have the marker text shown in the question.
  • Sounds like you are publishing a site with the precompiled options turned off right on top of a site with those options turned on. See EdSF's answer. You might also need to just delete the existing site and deploy it again.
  • Spot on! I still get the error though so it probably is a reference issue. Will work on that...
  • I can't complete these steps because 1. when copying fuslogvw.exe to the folder you mentioned, it fails to run (no error), and 2. when i run it from the bin folder, all the options under settings are greyed out. Do you know why this might be?
  • If the options are greyed out, you need to run it as an administrator
  • Had the same problem, my compiled CSHTML file would not load, I had to change <bindingRedirect oldVersion="1.0.0.0-4.0.0." newVersion="4.0.0.0" /> to <bindingRedirect oldVersion="1.0.0.0-4.0.0.1" newVersion="4.0.0.0" /> (mind the -4.0.0.1).