I have created a basic ASPNET application and it works just fine locally. I am attempting to publish this to LiquidWeb on a windows server there. I have tried directly publishing through the visual studio IDE, manually creating a folder using dotnet publish and most recently, I created a fully self-contained folder using dotnet publish -r win7-x64.
Publishing manually and with the built in tool and then going to the website both display a runtime error
HTTP Error 500.31 - Failed to load ASP.NET Core runtime
Common solutions to this issue: The specified version of
Microsoft.NetCore.App or Microsoft.AspNetCore.App was not found.
Troubleshooting steps: Check the system event log for error messages
Enable logging the application process' stdout messages Attach a
debugger to the application process and inspect
Publishing it manually with the fully self-contained command does not. It instead displays the current index.html page and I feel part of that is the pathing here. The fully self contained path is something like website/publish/(Here is the project exe), while the index.html page lives under the website/ portion of the Url. I am looking for tips or tricks or ideas here on how to proceed.