In this short video, I show how to use WebMatrix to migrate an Orchard site from using the file-based SqlCe to a SQL Express database.
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I created a site and am trying to grant another pesron access to upload
changes to it without giving them my super-user login.
I made a login for her but I can't test whether it works or not because no
matter how much I "disconnect" in the Copy Web Site page of VWD 2010, reconnecting to the same site always logs in as
my superuser account without prompting me for a login again.
How do I test is the account it set up correctly before having her try to
upload to it? I want to force the login to remote site dialog to pop up
again to test her account.
I am new to ASP.NET as well as to WebMatrix Beta Razor language.
I am trying to publish and test a Web Site from WebMatrix Beta IDE to a local Virtual Windows Server 2008 IIS Server.
I did install SQL Server Express 2008 R2 at my local Virtual Windows Server 2008 (using Web Matrix Microsoft Web Platform).
Everything works fine till I add a database table to my WebMatrix site.
When I add a database table and Publish to local Virtual Windows Server 2008 IIS Server my WebMatrix IDE
closes unexpectedlly without any error message.
Running my Web Site using WebMatrix IISExpress works fine.
Any help will be very appreciated...
This is a really minor, annoying problem, but if anyone has an easy answer, I'd love to know it.
I'm pretty much a newbie and have been using Visual Web Developer for about a year. I've switched to using VWD 2010 Express this year when I upgraded to Windows 7. Almost all of the websites that I've created show up on the Start Page in the Recent Projects section -- except for one! I can go to "Open Web Site" and find it, but it never appears in the Recent Projects. This is one that I'd love to put a pushpin in (one of my favorite features!), but I can't figure out why it won't show up.
I don't have web server account yet so I must test my applications with the Web Development Server under VS 2010 with C# but I read that I couldn't send emails under that server but I also read that I can send email with IIS7 Express and that's the main reason why I've install Webmatrix. Maybe someone can confirm this.
So for the moment I am redirecting my emails into a local folder and it is working perfectly.
Here is part of the code I've add to the Web.Config for doing that.
As you can see I am redirecting the emails to the D:\temp
The following code for sending emails comes
from the videos of JOE STAGNER at Microsoft
but beware there is a few typing errors in
his video like missing > "
We currently have a Site Collection in place on one of our servers which is simply the equivalent content of a subsite (i.e. there are no subsites below it). Since the structure of our new SharePoint installation makes more sense now, we would like
to migrate the content of our old Sharepoint Site Collection as a subsite of our new SharePoint installation. Is there a way to accomplish this without writing custom code?
I am having 2 servers one wss is installed at it,the other mos 2007 is installed at it,I intend to migrate to sharepoint 2010 at a new server
cant I migrate the wss and the moss to the same web application as I dont want the user to open the migrated wss site at i.e (http://intranet),then open the moss site at (http://intranet:115)
I want the wss site and the moss site to migrated as subsites under same parent site
I am migrating from SharePoint 2007 to Sharepoint 2010.
We hae 2 custom workflows to be migrated.I have deployed the respective wsp which were used in Sharepoint 2007 site.But it did not help and i got errors.
Do i need to change my site definiton or my wso before deploying the same to Sharepoint 2010
Recently I downloaded WebMatrix using Microsoft Web Platform installer on my Windows 7 (32 bit).
The installation went fine and I choose ASP.NET Web Matrix as the web server during installation.
After the installation was completed, I created a new site and viewed it in browswer but my IE8 did not show the page, instead it was showing "Diagnose Connection problem" screen.
When I viewed the site in VWD 2010 by clicking "Launch VWD 2010" button, the site opened in VWD2010 and run properly.
I could not figure out what is the issue. Can any one please help me in this?
I have published my site using WebMatrix.
In my local folder on my PC I've deleted some unnecessary files.
And then published the updated site again.
WebMaxtrix never give any indication it is going to delete files that are not found in an UPDATED published site.
When browsing to my site and requesing the-supposed-to-be-deleted resources I still get them in my browser.
Thanks for any help
I am trying to migrate 2007 site definitoin into sharepoint 2010 and for that i am creating a new "site defintion" project in visual studio. my site definition has some listtemplates defined in the onet.xml which requires that the schema.xml and other artifacts
be defined in a "lists" folder inside my site definition's lists folder.
Now, if i want to add lists folder, do i need to add the folder direcly by going to "add > new folder" or visual studio provides some item type for that? by itemtype i mean something similar to "site definition" type in visual studio.
Any pointers will be appreciated!
I was wondering a few things. I have since become exposed to the wonderful technology that you provide through SQL Server 2008 Express R2, and I use it as a development device on my laptop, but I hope to actually use it when I host my own web site someday until I (if I need it), buy SQL Server 2008 web edition. What I want to know is, one, applications that support SQL Server express R2, do they work efficiently, and two, 10 GB seems like a lot of space for such a small community as mine is right now. Will SQL Server either Express R2 or compact edition 2008 work in a small production environment? Can I use multiple databases on the same application if I need to? Thanks so much for any feedback you can offer, and I look forward to discussing this further.
I have two lists in two different sp sites (wss 3.0). They need to be merged together; at the moment they do not have the exact same columns, but list1 can be changed to match list2. I need to move list1 into list2. All of the rows also
have a document associated with them.
What I planned to do was move the documents over with explorer view or SP Designer and then move the associated rows over with the data view in the list after I changed the rows to match. Similar to what is described here (http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/sharepoint2010general/thread/e6f5844f-7051-424f-ad5d-538739dc910c).
However I am not able to create a new row, I have the option to create a new row but one does not get created.
I can save the list as a template, but I cannot save the content with it because it exceeds the size limitations.
If someone has a better way to do this I am all ears. Also side note the sites are on the same web app, and same content database.
wss 3.0 | sql 2005
ErikEj provided the answer as to what is required for a deployment to work with private assemblies for SqlCe
However when I attempt to use InstallShield express I cannot get the InstallShield deployment project to emit an exe that creates the required sub folders containing x86 and amd64 dlls.
When a sub folder is specified for the install folder an msi that does not work is emitted
Could anyone helf out there....
What's the best way to migrate my existing Windows Internal Database to SQL Server Express 2008 r2? I see tutorials for 2005 are the steps any different?