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ASP.NET Website 2003 -> 2005

Dear list,

Firstly, I hope I'm posting this on the right newsgroup as I'm more of a
dabbler in ASP.NET website development than a fully fledged developer.

I have a simple ASP.NET website which I developed in VS2003. This consists
of some web forms and a few web services. I'm now using VS2005 and want to
upgrade \ rebuild the site in VS2005. So this I started to do and finished a
few test pages. First thing I notice that is different is there is no Bin
folder which contained DLL's. There now seems to be a SQL mobile database
file which replaces the Bin folder, and the AppData. Is this correct?

So, when i go to upload my website and the new SQL database the website
gives an error. Is using this SQL db the only way to go in VS 2005? What if
the server doesnt run SQl server?

I may be right off track. Just looking for a few pointers on getting up and
running.

Thanks,
David
Feb 20 '07 #1
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Hi,

David++ wrote:
Dear list,

Firstly, I hope I'm posting this on the right newsgroup as I'm more of a
dabbler in ASP.NET website development than a fully fledged developer.

I have a simple ASP.NET website which I developed in VS2003. This consists
of some web forms and a few web services. I'm now using VS2005 and want to
upgrade \ rebuild the site in VS2005. So this I started to do and finished a
few test pages. First thing I notice that is different is there is no Bin
folder which contained DLL's. There now seems to be a SQL mobile database
file which replaces the Bin folder, and the AppData. Is this correct?

So, when i go to upload my website and the new SQL database the website
gives an error. Is using this SQL db the only way to go in VS 2005? What if
the server doesnt run SQl server?

I may be right off track. Just looking for a few pointers on getting up and
running.

Thanks,
David
See this:
http://webproject.scottgu.com/CSharp...igration2.aspx

HTH,
Laurent
--
Laurent Bugnion [MVP ASP.NET]
Software engineering, Blog: http://www.galasoft-LB.ch
PhotoAlbum: http://www.galasoft-LB.ch/pictures
Support children in Calcutta: http://www.calcutta-espoir.ch
Feb 20 '07 #2


"Laurent Bugnion [MVP]" wrote:
Hi,

David++ wrote:
Dear list,

Firstly, I hope I'm posting this on the right newsgroup as I'm more of a
dabbler in ASP.NET website development than a fully fledged developer.

I have a simple ASP.NET website which I developed in VS2003. This consists
of some web forms and a few web services. I'm now using VS2005 and want to
upgrade \ rebuild the site in VS2005. So this I started to do and finished a
few test pages. First thing I notice that is different is there is no Bin
folder which contained DLL's. There now seems to be a SQL mobile database
file which replaces the Bin folder, and the AppData. Is this correct?

So, when i go to upload my website and the new SQL database the website
gives an error. Is using this SQL db the only way to go in VS 2005? What if
the server doesnt run SQl server?

I may be right off track. Just looking for a few pointers on getting up and
running.

Thanks,
David

See this:
http://webproject.scottgu.com/CSharp...igration2.aspx

HTH,
Laurent
--
Laurent Bugnion [MVP ASP.NET]
Software engineering, Blog: http://www.galasoft-LB.ch
PhotoAlbum: http://www.galasoft-LB.ch/pictures
Support children in Calcutta: http://www.calcutta-espoir.ch
Hi Laurent,

This link looks really useful. Thanks!

David
Feb 21 '07 #3

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