469,631 Members | 1,022 Online
Bytes | Developer Community
New Post

Home Posts Topics Members FAQ

Post your question to a community of 469,631 developers. It's quick & easy.

Security Problems while Starting my App over internet

Hi,

I know that I need some public token keys or something like that to allow my application to run over internet on a local host. Is there any tutorial how to do that? (In german language I will love it)
My Problem is that if you start the app over the right path (actualy http://localhost/pro/test.exe) I got an error while try to acces SQL database. If I give permission to all assemblies used by this application it works. But On a Update of the application I got the same error again. How to fix that? And how can I provide a solution to the users of this app, to give easy the permissions to my app?

I created a MSI - File to do that but this file does work only if i install it twice (no idea why)

I will be happy for any answers. thanks, tassos
Nov 16 '05 #1
2 1100
You can't run an application "OVER" the internet. You can DOWNLOAD an application from the internet, but to run it you need a PC on which to actually execute the code.

If you mean a web application, then this runs on a web server and sends html out to browsers on computers that request its pages.

Check up on terminology, maybe?
"Tassos" wrote:
Hi,

I know that I need some public token keys or something like that to allow my application to run over internet on a local host. Is there any tutorial how to do that? (In german language I will love it)
My Problem is that if you start the app over the right path (actualy http://localhost/pro/test.exe) I got an error while try to acces SQL database. If I give permission to all assemblies used by this application it works. But On a Update of the application I got the same error again. How to fix that? And how can I provide a solution to the users of this app, to give easy the permissions to my app?

I created a MSI - File to do that but this file does work only if i install it twice (no idea why)

I will be happy for any answers. thanks, tassos

Nov 16 '05 #2
OK OK. I'll try to exlain it again. There is no HTML-Interface. While accesing to http://localhost/pro/test.exe your pc is automaticly cheking for updates, if exist downloads the asseblies are needet, and starts the application without a need of any confirmation. Sure there was a download but not with a Dialog asking you if you want to dowload. This app works. Just after implementation of SQL-access i got this probs.

thx

"Beeeeeeeeeeeeves" wrote:
You can't run an application "OVER" the internet. You can DOWNLOAD an application from the internet, but to run it you need a PC on which to actually execute the code.

If you mean a web application, then this runs on a web server and sends html out to browsers on computers that request its pages.

Check up on terminology, maybe?
"Tassos" wrote:
Hi,

I know that I need some public token keys or something like that to allow my application to run over internet on a local host. Is there any tutorial how to do that? (In german language I will love it)
My Problem is that if you start the app over the right path (actualy http://localhost/pro/test.exe) I got an error while try to acces SQL database. If I give permission to all assemblies used by this application it works. But On a Update of the application I got the same error again. How to fix that? And how can I provide a solution to the users of this app, to give easy the permissions to my app?

I created a MSI - File to do that but this file does work only if i install it twice (no idea why)

I will be happy for any answers. thanks, tassos

Nov 16 '05 #3

This discussion thread is closed

Replies have been disabled for this discussion.

Similar topics

9 posts views Thread by chris | last post: by
116 posts views Thread by Mike MacSween | last post: by
8 posts views Thread by Aravind | last post: by
5 posts views Thread by Norsoft | last post: by
12 posts views Thread by Mesan | last post: by
3 posts views Thread by Lloyd Sheen | last post: by
By using this site, you agree to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Use.