Power Toy: Alert to RSS problem

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Pavleck@discussions.microsoft.com Jeremy Pavleck

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Feb 27, 2006, 5:14:54 PM2/27/06
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Greetings,
Using the MOM2005 Resource Kit tool "Alerts to RSS" and having a problem.
I've done what the instructions have stated, but when I go to the website,
the error I get is:

Parser Error
Description: An error occurred during the parsing of a resource required to
service this request. Please review the following specific parse error
details and modify your source file appropriately.

Parser Error Message: Could not load type 'MomSyndication.Global'.

Source Error:

Line 1: <%@ Application Codebehind="Global.asax.cs"
Inherits="MomSyndication.Global" %>

Source File: G:\mom_web\syndication\global.asax Line: 1

Sadly, Im nowhere near an ASP.Net user, let alone dev, so I'm unsure how to
remedy this and a quick google & Newsgroup search turned up nothing. I do
know that MomSyndication.Global exists nowhere in that directory. So I'm
assuming that's it. But fter that, I'm stumped.


Any ideas?

Jeremy

Pete Zerger

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Feb 27, 2006, 10:45:35 PM2/27/06
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Ditto. Same issue.

Stefan

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Mar 1, 2006, 6:01:57 AM3/1/06
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I've tried to open the MOMSyndication project file in Visual Studio 2005, but
the conversion gave an warning:
"Warning: File C:\WINDOWS\Temp\Alerts via RSS\..\..\..\Program
Files\Microsoft Operations Manager 2005\SDK Bin\Microsoft.Mom.Sdk.dll not
found."

Even though I installed the MOM Reskit. I was not able to find a solution
for this problem. Any ideas about (re)building this project in VS 2005?

Do we really have to (re)build the Alerts Via Rss MOM Reskit tool before we
can use it?

Regards,
Stefan Stranger
http://weblog.stranger.nl

Fabio Ciprandi (Esselunga)

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Mar 2, 2006, 6:28:16 AM3/2/06
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Hi all,

I've the same issue.......
Fabio Ciprandi

Exchange System Engineer
Esselunga - Milan, Italy

joop....@wza.nl

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Mar 2, 2006, 10:48:15 AM3/2/06
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Nope, but same error here.

alex...@gmail.com

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Mar 3, 2006, 10:11:00 AM3/3/06
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Can't offer a solution, but yes, exact same problem here as well.

Maybe someone from MS can help? :)

Rich

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Mar 8, 2006, 10:48:36 AM3/8/06
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I'm having the same problem. I was really excited to get this working
and show it off to a few people, but I guess that'll have to wait for a
fix.

SKM

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Mar 8, 2006, 11:21:29 AM3/8/06
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MOM RSS Issue SOLVED!

Several posts have identified an issue with the MOM RSS utility that is
included with the MOM 2005 Resource Kit. The cause of this issue is a
missing reference in the MOMSyndication project. Use the following steps to
correct this issue:

1. Setup the MOM RSS utility on your local workstation according to the
documentation included in the MOM RSS utility (create the virtual director in
IIS, etc)

2. On your local machine, browse to and open the MOMSyndication project
(MOMSyndication.sln) in Visual Studio 2003 (posts on other sites have noted
that this may not work if using Visual Studio 2005). When you open the
solution, Visual Studio will go out to your local IIS service and obtain the
necessary rights, files, etc.

3. Next let’s take a look at the problem. With VS2003 open, open the
Solution Explorer and expand the References section. When you do this, you
will notice that the Microsoft.MOM.SDK reference is marked in red. This
means that the file reference for this .dll file is missing. What we need to
do is tell Visual Studio where it can find this file and then re-build the
solution.

4. First we need to go and get this file. Luckily it is included in the
MOM installation. Go out to a MOM 2005 management server and look under the
C:\Program Files\Microsoft Operations Manager 2005\sdk bin folder (assuming
this was your installation path). In this folder you will find a file called
Microsoft.MOM.SDK.dll. Copy it to your local machine into the Alerts via RSS
folder (the RSS Reader utility folder).

4. Let’s re-add the reference. Right-click on the Microsoft.MOM.SDK
reference and click Remove. Next right click on the References folder and
click Add Reference… In the window that appears under the .NET tab click the
button for Browse. Now browse to and find the Microsoft.MOM.SDK.dll file
that you just copied to your local machine. After you have done this, click
OK and then OK again at the Add Reference window.

5. Now re-build the project. The build should succeed.

7. Deploy the MOM RSS utility according to the documentation included with
the utility.

Best of luck. SKM

alex...@gmail.com

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Mar 10, 2006, 8:04:51 AM3/10/06
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This worked a treat for me - cheers :)

Stuart [MVP]

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Mar 13, 2006, 5:20:30 PM3/13/06
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Is this issue perhaps fixed in the MOM 2005 SP1 Resource kit refresh?

Stuart.
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SKM

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Mar 13, 2006, 5:31:23 PM3/13/06
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I believe the RSS feeder is only included in the MOM 2005 SP1 refresh
resource kit.
SKM
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