We have a web site that uses the NationalInstruments.UI.Webforms.Scattergraph control. We have run into a problem while testing with Windows Server 2008 R2.
Do you see an assembly binding is turned off warning below the configuration error? If so, follow the instructions to enable it, which should give you more error information.
I turned on assembly binding logging. Below is the log:
It definitely is strange that it is working on all but one OS, and I presume all the OS's have the same deployment on each?
We'll look into the matter and get back to you!
Yes, is the same deployment on each OS. Thanks for looking into this.
Could you perhaps produce a fusion log?
Instructions can be found here:
It will generate files that you can just zip up and send, also a list of all the assemblies and dlls in the publishing folder as well as your web.config. Now, we understand that you might not want to post that on the forums. Instead can you upload the information to our ftp which will keep your files behind our firewall so that it is safe.
Let us know when it is uploaded!
I have uploaded the file to the ftp site. Filename is pbrand_fusionlog.zip.
We are currently looking into the issue.
After looking into the fusion logs, it looks like a conflict of 64 bit to 32 bit applications. Pre-Measurement Studio 2009 assemblies do not have 32-bit support and it looks like IIS is causing the 32-bit only assemblies to be run in 64-bit mode.
Try setting the "Enable 32-bit Applications" property in the application pool.
We don't have a KB for it but there is a screen shot of this in this link:
Hope this helps!