If you are using the built-in Cassini server, moving to IIS7+ may require some additional HTTP handlers in the web.config so that all necessary scripts on the page can be downloaded and executed: http://www.telerik.com/help/aspnet-ajax/introduction-registering-the-httphandlers-on-windows-vista-iis-7-integrated-mode.html
For your convenience I am attaching here a very simple web.config file with our handlers in it, so you can compare it with yours and add any that you need, but are missing.
If this is not your case I would advise examining the following two articles to see if they help:
- especially the section that treats location tags that allow the users access to the webresource handlers
- on other issues with webresources
- on using the CDN to get our built-in scripts from the cloud, instead of from the server. This should make sure they are present on the page, so no errors are thrown and custom scripts should then work.
If neither helps, I would advise opening a ticket where you can send us a project that we can run and see the problem, so that we can offer a concrete advice.
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