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how to install Asp script on other server

Dear sir,

My client asked me to write a small ASP application for them. I have
finished the job, however, I am now having a problem during the delivery.

This application needs to be installed on > 3 servers. My client will do the
installation themselves.

Inside my application, there is a MS SQL database, I bought a component,
this component is used by asp script. To enable schedule, this application
requires a task on windows task scheduler as well.

So, I have a database, a component, a scheduled taks, how can I combine them
into one package and make it very easy for my client to install it??

Any help will be appreciated.

--
Met vriendelijke groet,

Guoqi Zheng
Pampus 120
2036 TC, Haarlem
The Netherlands
Tel: 0647556397
Jul 19 '05 #1
2 1862
Thanks Evertjan,

The scheduled task is done by "Windows Task Scheduler".

I am using MS SQL instead of Access, do you know how can I install the
database on the server?

--
Met vriendelijke groet,

Guoqi Zheng
Pampus 120
2036 TC, Haarlem
The Netherlands
Tel: 0647556397

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Guoqi Zheng wrote on 19 jul 2003 in
My client asked me to write a small ASP application for them. I have
finished the job, however, I am now having a problem during the
delivery.

This application needs to be installed on > 3 servers. My client will
do the installation themselves.

Inside my application, there is a MS SQL database, I bought a
component, this component is used by asp script. To enable schedule,
this application requires a task on windows task scheduler as well.

So, I have a database, a component, a scheduled taks, how can I
combine them into one package and make it very easy for my client to
install it??


Dag Guoqi,

You could put all files in one subdirecory just under the virtul root, or
specify only relative linking between the files.

Then again, some environments only allow writing to a file in the cgi-bin,
where your db then should reside.

Perhaps you better do the installing yourself.

[I do not know how you do a scheduled task in ASP, unless user triggered.]

--
Evertjan.
The Netherlands.
(Please change the x'es to dots in my emailaddress)

Jul 19 '05 #2
Guoqi Zheng wrote on 19 jul 2003 in
microsoft.public.inetserver.asp.general:
The scheduled task is done by "Windows Task Scheduler".
So that is outside the asp application as such.
I am using MS SQL instead of Access, do you know how can I install the
database on the server?


No I don't, I guess you have to experiment either on a dedicated server
with permissions, or with a virtual server, where you have no access to
permissions woith different directories like cgi-bin.

I am guessing !

--
Evertjan.
The Netherlands.
(Please change the x'es to dots in my emailaddress)
Jul 19 '05 #3

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