A network-related or instance-specific error occurred while establishing a connection to SQL Server. oday i have create two pages login.aspx using LOgin control and register.aspx using Create user wizard ...when i use connection string of my production server in my local computer then site works only if my database ASPNETDB.MDF is present in APP_Data Folder in my local computer
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My hosting provider gave me the connection string to connect to the SQL Server 2005 but it doesn't work...
I don't understand why my site was running fine using the production SQL Server 2005 in my local PC when I include ASPNETDB.MDF file in App_Data in my local pc only ..if I remove file ASPNETDB.MDF from App_Data of my local pc ... the site stops working ...
Can anybody tell em how to fix this ... !! I am very tensed since last 3-4 days
how to transfer my data from devlopment server to production server ,i have already records exist in my database if i go for script then how can i transfor record in script i can transfor only table ,procedure and views.I am using SqlServer 2005.
I just created an application in vwd2010. The software project defaulted to however vwd2010 ships. It tested fine on my system. I deployed it and it seems to be crashing because it says Codebehind instead of codefile. Why would Microsoft distribute vwd2010 so that it automatically creates and writes a codebehind file and automatically writes the header of the file to be "codebehind" but codebehind doesn't actually work in production. This is now a lot of work to fix and I don't even know if there is simply something I need to do on the server so that it will activate on "codebehind" instead of "codefile". I'm running asp.net 4 on the server.
I am working on the migration of the server. Our new server is Windows server 2008 with IIS7.0 I have a great difficulty in browsing the pages hosted in virtual directories. I have followed the proper steps of creating a virtual directories and converting them into applications. But when i try to browsing the pages of the virtual directory, i get the 404 error. Note: The .Net Framework 4.0 is installed on the server and the web applications which i am trying to configure in the virtual directories are developed in Visual Studio 3.0. Even the http://localhost also don't work.
I've never had this problem before, I'm at a total loss.
I have a SQL Server 2008 database with ASP.NET Forms Authentication, profiles and roles created and is functional on the development workstation. I can login using the created users without problem.
I back up the database on the development computer and restore it on the production server. I xcopy the DLLs and ASP.NET files to the server. I make the necessary changes in the web.config, changing the SQL connection strings to point to the production server database and upload it.
I've made sure to generate a machine key and it is the same on both the development web.config and the production web.config.
And yet, when I try to login on the production server, the same user that I'm able to login successfully with on the development computer, fails on the production server.
There is other content in the database, the schema generated by FluentNHibernate. This content is able to be queried successfully on both development and production servers.
I have create a report in sql server 2005 & want to deploy on production server, in local system it deployed & works well. also if that report deploy at local system successfuly than how i see report in intranet.
I am wondering the best way to change my connection string based upon which server I am accessing.
Essentially, all of the development is done on our local machines - once we think it is working, we upload it to our development server. In these 2 instances, I want my application to go off of our "dev" connection string for the SQL database in the web.config.
However, once it is published to our production server (for an internal application), I would like the connection string to point to our live db.
I am using the N-Tier model by Imar Spaanjaars - and have it setup like he suggests - In my DAL I have a class called AppConfiguration -
In this class I have a public readonly property ConnectionString() which returns the connection string in the web.config.
This is in an individual class library. What I would like to do is something similar to:
If server is localhost OR devstring return devString else return productionstring
I m getting the following error when i upload my site to Production Server using Database in App_Data ASPNETDB.MDF
Server Error in '/' Application. Runtime Error Description: An application error occurred on the server. The current ustom error settings for this application prevent the details of the application error from being viewed [code]...
I built an ASP.NET 4.0 Web Site. It works perfectly on my development computer. However, when I deploy the web site to theProduction Server, which is a Win2003 Small Business with Sql Server 2000, the site can't connect to the database.
These are the different tests I've made:
I tried using Integrated Windows authentication and this connection string: Data Source=myServerAddress;Initial Catalog=myDataBase;Integratedsecurity=true; and the error I got was that NT Authority/Network Service couldn't open the database. So I added that account to my database users list and gave it the appropiate permissions. Nothing.I tried using Sql Server authentication, so I created a new database user with a password and changed my connection string toData Source=myServerAddress;Initial Catalog=myDataBase;User Id=myUsername;Password=myPassword;. Nothing. I still got the same NT Authority user message.I deleted the used I created in step 2 and used the same connection string, to see if this time I got an error saying something about my user, and indeed it happened. I got an exception saying that user myUsername couldn't log on. I then created the user again, ang got the NT Authority user message one more time.I created a console application that used the same connection string from steps 2 and 3, and it connected to the database witouth any problem, which made me think that my problem's got something to do with my Web.config.I tried enabling impersonation on my Web.config, and thos time I got the same error message, only referring to the user I logged in to Windows, instead of NT Authority/Network service. What else could I check? My Web.config is this in case it helps (I havn't really put anything into it other than what VS puts):
So I'm trying to get away from Tables for positioning. I labored through making my page look how I want it to with CSS. When I run it through the debugger, it comes up looking how I want it to in I.E. 8. Then I publish it and run it off of IIS on a network server through I.E., and all the controls are lined up against the left side of the screen, stacked on top of one another.? My colors are correct so it is reading my style sheet, it just seems to be ignoring any positioning.
I have an ASP.NET project that also uses a SQL MDF File. My target server is SQL 2008R2 or SQL Azure.I would like to know what deployment options I have as I migrate from DEV to PROD. In case it matters I'm not under any regulation to maintain PII or similarly private data.
I have a asp.net web application project, with some global resources. If i deploy to my dev machine, the resources are used correctly, however in the production server the text appears in the default language so the global resources are not being read.
(i copied the App_GlobalResources directory to the production web dir root)
I have an ASP.NET web application that has the following settings in the web.config file:
(The actual names are different, obviously.) I am not a member of the real "Valid Site Users" group which is why I am given explicit access.I am able to access the site without a problem while developing and debugging locally; however, I get a 401 (Unauthorized Access) error when I deploy the site to a server. The only way to gain access is to remove the <deny> element from the configuration, which is not an acceptable option.I'm certain the solution is something simple and I am just overlooking
This is a pretty vague question as I've had no luck reproducing my issues outside of our production web server and am unsure if my two issues are even related.My application server is running Windows Server 2003 and is public-facing. The ASP.NET web application runs in .NET 3.5 and uses a (private) SQL Server (2008) on the LAN. The server running SQL Server also hosts SQL Server Reporting Services which are used in our web app via a page containing a MS ReportViewer control.The application used to run against .NET 1.1 and was migrated to 3.5 last year. The database was SQL Server 2000 and this was updated in a separate release early this year.
This is a real quick question, is it possible to allow Windows Authentication for an ASP.Net intranet site (on a test server) to authenticate against the production server user accounts? If so, how would I go about doing so.
I know its better to use stored procedures than the asp.net sqldatasource control. But on an app like say amazon and ebay what is the best way to connect to a database (best practices) that multiple users will use: sqldatasourcecontrol,disconnected classes,or connected classes?(Programmatically or not}
I have asp.net aspx, code behind VB webpage that has a number of variables and calls a stored procedure to update them on a sqlserver database. Locally it works fine, the variables are coming from another site (payment gateway).If I mock up that with a testpage, it runs fine on the production server and response.writing the variables as they arrive confirm the correct values. When I run it in live the database is not updated - presumably some form of sqlexception - but not sufficient to cause any problems or crash.Is there a way I can see the sql response code in a response write or better way to debug on a remote server?
I am developing a MVC 2 application that uses aspnetdb on my SQL Server 2008 detabase for forms authentication. On my development machine I can configure the users, roles and permissions using my Website Administration Tool (WAT). My question is how do I deploy this database to a production server and how do I configure it with users, roles and permissions?