Everything works on the local server. But after the publication on any non-local servers. This project was created under the instruction fails to work.
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We attempted to deploy your project. The site is being published successfully but attempts to load the site result in a error 403.14 - Forbidden. This error is related to the configuration of your server. The host should be configured so that it allows access to the default page. Is this the error you are experiencing on your side? If you are experiencing another error please send us more information about it (error code, message, etc.).
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We tested your application locally and it ran correctly. After deploying it on the provided host, we noticed that two required assemblies are not deployed on the server:
These assemblies are needed in order for the RIA service to run on the server. To deploy them, set the Copy Local property of the references to these assemblies to true before publishing the site.
Note that if any other references should be deployed on the server, their Copy Local property should also be set to True.
I hope this helps. Should you have any more questions regarding Telerik Data Access, feel free to post at our forums again.
But, I see error message, when I run page test.html file.
What, I create with error?
A Guide to Deploying RIA Services Solutions
When you want to use WCF RIA with your VS2010 and publish to your server
This my project changed: https://docs.google.com/uc?id=0Bx7QMCHddtwpaWtGRTE5QzZJSlE
It appears that the SilverlightApplication1.Web project does not have a reference to the Telerik.OpenAccess.Runtime assembly. This assembly is needed in order to run your application on the server. Please add a reference to Telerik.OpenAccess.Runtime and set its Copy Local property to True so that it would be deployed on the server. In this documentation article you can see which are the assemblies that applications using Telerik Data Access need to run.
Additionally, in the Web.config file you could set custom errors mode to off in order to see full exception information when you receive an error. You can do that by adding the following line in the <system.web> node in the Web.config file:
I hope this helps. Should you have additional questions, feel free to post in our forums again.