I know this is a simple thing but i donÃÂ´t how to.....
I have the website working on my pc .... but i want to get it online with the database.
Do i have to put debug to false to publish it?
thanks in advance for your patience
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Has anyone deployed a website using the login database in the visual studio 2010 asp website template? I was wondering if I could look at someone's example to see how the integrated this into their website.
My control pannel doesn't has any option to download database so i want to download database from control panel. is there any way to download it ? any software,?
i'm a new user so please explained answer will be apperciated.
I am in the initial stage of implementing a new webstie, which will use only twitter and facebook to login and use. So my approach is not use any Default memberhip database, just simple store the user data in my created "membership" database. I will set cookies and use sessions to restrict and grant access to various parts of the sites. So for example, the user creates an account and I set a cookie allowing him or her to traverse the site. And on each page request from the client browser check to see if my website cookie is there in the browser and if it has expired or not. Is this approach veasible? Thanks
IÃÂ have create a web site in visual studio with form user authentication.ÃÂ Thats create a mdf database in this path:
thats use Sql server
i would like to access this database with c# form application on a network with multi-user.
if i changeÃÂ the drive letter of theÃÂ pathÃÂ above to f:\ (mapped drive)ÃÂ or \\server\c\, i got this message
System.Data.SqlClient.SqlException: The file "h:\Inetpub\wwwroot\website\App_Data\ASPNETDB.MDF" is on a network path that is not supported for database files.An attempt to attach an auto-named database for file h:\Inetpub\wwwroot\website\App_Data\ASPNETDB.MDF failed. A database with the same name exists, or specified file cannot be opened, or it is located on UNC share.
i read that
I'm a little frustrated here. I have turned the default database offline then used windows explorer to copy the database to another location but when I tried to take the database online again this error came out:
Cannot open user default database. Login failed.Login failed for user 'Zephere-pc\Zephere(JuLian Yong)'. (Microsoft SQL Server, Error: 4064)
The cause is that the default database is set offline, How do I bring it back online agian?
I hope this post is in the right section.
I am designing a new application and I am after some advice in regards to designing the database structure. The application is being built in ASP.NET 3.5, SQL SERVER 2005 Express and using the built in membership/profiling tables.
The website will allow a user to login and verify their account with a link in an email they will be sent. I have got this working fine using the createUserWizard control, but I also need them to select the type of membership they want when creating an account and I am a bit stumped at what stage this should be put in.
Do I put this in when creating the user before they verify their account? or do I have it listed when they first login to allow them to change their membership status from a free account to a paying account?
They will have four options list below:
The bronze, silver and gold accounts will be a monthly subscription which the user can signup to.
The second part to this post is the main bit in how do I design my database for monthly subscriptions? I was thinking something along the lines below.
UserID, SubscriptionID, StartDate, EndDate
12345, 1, 10-10-201
We have some databases that occaisally have very large ldf files and I have learned that the best way to shrink the ldf file is to change the backup mode to simple, shrink the log file, convert it back to full and do a full database backup so that the log
file backups will run again. My question is during this process is the database available to the end users? When you guys do this do you feel it is nessesary to let the end users know or will they not notice what is going on?