The issue was related to security problems with the log we were writing to.
"Halcyon Woodward" <halcyondaze73hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:OJUr7iiSDHA.2148TK2MSFTNGP12.phx.gbl...project> I have an odd problem...
> We have a small development team (three coders) working on the sameshared> (a C# web application). Each coder has a unique 'sandbox' site on auser).> Windows 2003 where they can test the code they write. The majority of the
> code is written into a stand-alone class library shared via VSS, that is
> then referenced by each sandbox web (each of which is unique to eachIn>
> In the stand-alone class library, we have a class
> (PortalServices.Application) that subclasses or derives from
> System.Web.HttpApplication for common application-level event trapping..from> each sandbox web, the backend code for Global.asax is altered to deriveThe> this custom class instead of HttpApplication. There are methods that
> override Init, and then the standard protected event handler methods.
> The first coder that we set up in this envrionment worked exactly as
> planned. However, the second coder has experienced a very odd problem.created> Application_Start method fires once - when the web project is first2003> on the Windows 2003 server, after that - even if the server is rebooted -
> the Application_Start method never gets called again, and the Init and
> Application_End methods are _never_ called.
> It's driving us crazy. We need to have our sandbox sites on a Windowsplatform.> server to test specific functionality that is unique to 2003, but we don't
> relish installing 2003 on each of our desktops as our workstation>
> Anybody have any ideas? Thanks in advance,