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Getting a .NET 4.0 site working on GoDaddy or another shared host....

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Hello All,

I have a .NET 4.0 web application that I'm trying to get working on a GoDaddy shared hosting plan. It's their best windows one and from a requirement point of view on paper they have everything I need.

What I have is a DLL with all my classes inside of it and these classes use a strongly typed dataset (built in Visual Studio 2010) so they have to be able to access that .xsd file. I've tried uploading the site twice now in quick runs to see if I can get it configured and I've failed both times, it's a site I can't afford to have down for a long time. I also have a message out to their tech support of which I'm waiting for their advanced techs to reply.

No matter what I seem to do, the connection strings are configured properly, it will not see the dataset and load the data (the exception is that it can't find reference to any table adapters). Does anyone know if it's possible to use this method of programming in a shared hosting environment and I've just got something configured wrong in my code or am I barking up the wrong tree and I need to go VPS or dedicated? Really trying to save some money on this client and prevent myself from having to do any server management. It doesn't require a lot of overhead (or at least so I thought).

Thanks!
Sep 1 '10 #1
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Update: According to GoDaddy they support it, but they obviously won't help with any code or scripting. If anyone has any tips or ideas of why it would work locally and on a dedicated server, but not in their shared environment, I'd be grateful for them.
Sep 2 '10 #2

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