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Hi,

I've written an application in VB.NET and SQL Server and want to port it
onto the internet. What is the best way of going about this?

I would like to run my own server from home? Is this possible? Can anyone
recommend a book/article on how to do this?

Alternatively can anyone recommend a company that provides web space for
vb.net / sql server solutions?

regards,

Edward.

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"Edward Bird" <ef****@blueyonder.co.uk> wrote in
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Hi,

I've written an application in VB.NET and SQL Server and want to port
it onto the internet. What is the best way of going about this?

Most likely you'll need to rewrite the display logic as an ASP.NET page.

If the application is small enough, you maybe able to deploy it as a IE
hosted Winform.
I would like to run my own server from home? Is this possible? Can
anyone recommend a book/article on how to do this?
Yes this is possble... but how much bandwidth do you have? Do you have
time to maintain your own servers? Does your ISP agreement allow
servers?

Alternatively can anyone recommend a company that provides web space
for vb.net / sql server solutions?


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