Last post Jun 20, 2013 04:48 PM by sjnaughton
May 30, 2013 05:09 AM|Danish Siddiq|LINK
I am in need of creating dynamic data website programmatically in a way that User will visit our existing website. User will be presented with the interface to define entities and validation rules. On the behalf of define structure for the entities our application
will create new database runtime in the SQL Server with schema matching the defined entities structure. I am able to make it by SQL scripts.
The obstacle that we are facing that we want to generate the web site for the newly generated database. We are well aware of the dynamic data and we can make it done by visual studio by creating another project by hands but we want to automate this process
by means of our existing project. We want to create dynamic data project runtime programmatically by our existing project, Once our data base is ready for us I want to create dynamic data project. We can publish it by means of command over the server.
I am looking for a help in creating the dynamic project programmtically from existing deployed project without interacting with visual studio. We have already visited the page
Adding Dynamic Data to Existing ASP.NET Web Sites but it is not upto our requirement of making it runtime.
I also appricate if you advice using anyother methodology other than dynamic data.
May 30, 2013 05:21 AM|sjnaughton|LINK
Hi Danish, this is not easily done with DD I'm not saying it's not possible but there are already many CMS application out there that do just this. my only suggestion woudl be to user a website rather than web application project as this compiles on the
server in a simpler fashion.
May 30, 2013 07:37 AM|Danish Siddiq|LINK
Thanks Stephen for the feedback. I was also thinking to move into direction of CMS. I have to work for new engine rules as per client requirement. I dont have past experience of working with CMS. Over the internet, I found that dotNetNuke would be a preferrable
option. I have to customize more the CMS. Is dotNetNuke would be a good option to look into? or any other platform wil help me more to rapidly setup the basic layer of CMS and then we can switch to customization phase.
Jun 20, 2013 04:48 PM|sjnaughton|LINK
there are lots of CMS out there I woud look at reviews as I have never used any in anger.