Please note: the article does not apply to Routing Assistant v1.8 and higher.
Routing Assistant gathers the routing details for web applications by employing both a static analysis engine and a lightweight ASP.NET runtime host. Due to the way the product uses this runtime host, under certain scenarios the Routing Assistant user interface may show an error message like the following one, instead of the familiar list of routes:
System.Web.HttpException (0x80004005): Server operation is not available in this context.
at System.Web.HttpServerUtility.MapPath(String path)
at Foo.Bar.Application_Start() in C:\Foo\Global.asax.css">Not only you will make your application more friendly to the Routing Assistant's eyes but you will also support some ASP.NET automation scenarios too.
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