And it seems that you have created a wcf service library. I think I don't have something running or something? Also, I tried to run the website without debugging but without any success. Would you like to answer one of these instead? There is a simple workaround for it. Finally i found the solution. Try to end any previous instances of WebDev. Also in wcf, we can use the WcfTestClient.
I thought the config file with its endpoint included would provide the necessary link to the service and operations. I started to use both firefox and ie, setting alternatively as default browser the one or the other one depending what I have to do. When I run the project, the website working is perfectly with the url When I copy the same url and try to run the website in Chrome or Firefox it shows me the following error. I have stopped Windows Firewall and switched off Windows Defender with no effect. I still cannot access the codecademy version of Localhost.
There was no endpoint listening at that could accept the message. I get a connection failure there as well. Our case is that localhost and loopback runs, 127. One suggestion that fixed a people was this. End points can be tricky and time consuming to figure out unfortunately. If you are unable to also do this, it may not help you.
I hope this helps someone else too! I am creating my first simple web application and as I was learning it never encountered this error. I am trying to use Visual Studio Code to load a simple webpage which is only using js and html so I don't really want to install more software unless I need to. In the other example it used Windows Service in New Project, changed the code just to use OnStart and onStop then created a windows Service Installer. At the moment, I've no other option except reinstalling Windows and then visual studio. Please remember to mark the replies as answers if they help and unmark them if they provide no help, this will help others who are looking for solutions to the same or similar problem. This can be beneficial to other community members reading this thread. I can't use the offline help system and I'd rather use it just in case we don't have internet for whatever reason.
Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. On Firefox version 39 , asks the trusted cert question, told to trust, nothing happen, go to the http only it works fine. I had re-installed Windows and then pulled the project back out of Git. Is their a way in Visual Studio to change that. Just remeber this, for the self-host wcf services, the host should open in all time when called by client. I have copied my solution file from another system and tried to run it on my machine: For this, I have gone to the project folder and deleted the previous solution file and copied the new one. Don't forget to close the Agent tray application in between testing.
The problem is that I hate Firefox, and I want to use Internet Explorer. So, I got one solution from here: According to it, I changed the port number from 1049 to 1052. I would love a fix or at least a way to get around having to use Localhost to check my work. Update: In new chrome versions,use reset all to default button as the option mentioned above is not available. Hard to say what is going on. Command is as: netsh http show iplisten if you receive the output of above command somethign other than 0.
We also can double click it to see whether it is be able to execute. Because when add the service reference, the service host is not running. Hi, You need to check with their support and forums. Have a question about this project? We'd like to know if you still need assistance with the concern you raised. We look forward to your response.
But it's not very amusing. I have changed the port number to 1052 but still its pointing to 1049. I'm not sure if it will help you. Please try to add the client in a different solution with the host one. I tried the code in the book instead of my own but I get the same error.