Configuration :: Created Web Form Which Gets Data From Local Database (SQLEXPRESS?
Mar 23, 2011
I created web form which gets data from local database (SQLEXPRESS). It gives me an error when I publish the website. I can upload regular aspx page into my site. It works fine. How can I publish data-driven web form into my website?
I have just developed a website with VS 2008, ASP.NET 3.5. It contains a long range of pages and one contact page. The contact page is connected to a SQLExpress database, where details about all the visitors' requests are stored. The website works fine at the development environment, but when I deploy it to the internet host, the Contact page will not open any longer, due to all sorts of problems with the database. I have the database files located in the App_Data folder under the main directory for the website.
I have tried with all kinds of connection strings, setups, etc. - to no avail. I have also tried using the ISP's tool for creating a new database with the intention of copying the original database to it. But when I use the Publishing Wizard and generate a SQL script, then the Web Administration Tool for the remote database won't run the script. Now my question is, plainly: Is there any step-by-step procedure I can use, if I want a data-enabled website. It seems incredible that it has to be so frustratingly difficult. Basically, what I need, is:
* A database, located in the App_Data folder, to store all information received via the Contact.aspx page. * All visitors of the site should be able to post messages on the Contact.aspx page. * I have got the information from the ISP that I can connect to MSSQL via the server "host55.nethotel.ccSQLEXPRESS".
If a general procedure can be advised, and some directions about how exactly the database should be set up with authentication, rights, etc., for such a - supposedly ordinary - system, then I will be grateful for any information - or somebody who could point me in the right direction of a solution.
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