I created a .NET Core 3.1 Radzen application, deployed to ZIP, copied the content of the deploy.zip to webserver Default Web Site/RadzenTest folder.
The application starts, I can switch pages but it says unable to load myTable.
"Failed to load resource: the server responded with a status of 404 (Not Found) " odata/database/mytable$top=10&$skip=0&$count=true
Guess it is configured well, check the previously attached picture.
By the way, after going to the server and running the application from command line with "dotnet server.dll", the applicatoin starts at localhost:5000, the database is loaded and everything seems ok!
Just to make sure it's not me and my application configuration that causes problems.
When I made the deploy, the base href was the basic "/".
After that I set the physical path in IIS to "C:\Sites\RadzenTest\wwwroot"
Copied the Deploy.zip content to the RadzenTest directory. With these settings nothing happened when I tried to reach the http://xy.com/RadzenTest, so I changed the index.html's base href to "./". It made the application start, but cannot reach the database related things (neither ServerMethods).
Is there a way to modify the routing of the database like with the base href?
The database is set in appsettings.production.json as mentioned above. Check the Radzen logs for any errors as likely IIS configuration or missing dependency causing process failure. If logs are missing check the permissions,