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moved a asp.net application and the problems rised...

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 27, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net

Hello all,

i have moved a existing application (asp.net) from a developserver to production, also with a other sql server.

Now the when i use the application the queries are going well, but when i use a form to enter some things in the database there is no records applied. I checked the connectionstrings, they are ok, i use linq2sql, updated the dbml file but with no succes.

For info, it runs on a 2008 server now. does anyone have a clue what i am missing, or doin wrong?






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