Last post Jan 09, 2007 04:05 AM by miztiik
Dec 17, 2005 12:07 AM|samridhi|LINK
Dec 17, 2005 10:20 AM|smiling4ever|LINK
If you are looking to free ASP.NET 2.0 then this site will give you 30 days hosting
But you will not get support for that hosting.
Dec 25, 2005 11:06 PM|samridhi|LINK
Jan 17, 2006 04:23 PM|ilovdotnet|LINK
Jan 18, 2006 08:07 AM|ASPVista.NET|LINK
the limit :(
ISIC card or some other document that you are student for every period or ITIC card (necessery send 15 days after registration or after finising period).
Jan 28, 2006 10:27 PM|friendlyman|LINK
Jan 29, 2006 01:37 AM|samridhi|LINK
Apr 07, 2006 06:14 PM|Dionisius|LINK
Apr 10, 2006 02:50 AM|rspivack|LINK
I would guess that you are using Sql Server 2005 Express Edition to support roles/login provider in your web application.
More than likely, free hosting does not support databases. Most hosting providers have ASP.NET base accounts that do not support databases and then offer upgrades or add-ons for database support.
Apr 13, 2006 07:00 AM|Dionisius|LINK
Apr 13, 2006 09:01 PM|smiling4ever|LINK
I didnt try that actually but you have to contact them about that.
Apr 14, 2006 10:01 AM|Dionisius|LINK
Apr 17, 2006 05:00 AM|mPok|LINK
you have to set up you database logical name, e.g.: Database=qqqqq.qsh.sk_bfed3c1b-a68f-4e16-a12b-dfe7d5185c38
Apr 17, 2006 12:48 PM|rspivack|LINK
If you have an application written using Sql Server 2005 Express running locally on your PC, it can be successfully moved to a hosting service.
However, you must have a hosting service that is "clueful" and willing to help.
You must also have some basic Sql Server Management abilities (changing your web.config, editing connection strings, etc.)
At a high level, here is why you can't simply publish your local database application and expect it to work:
1. Sql Server 2005 Express is not available on most hosting services so you must "upsize" to Sql Server 2005.
2. Although some hosting services run all-in-one servers where dns, web, email, database, stats, and the "kitchen sink" are all running from a single server; you'll find the better hosts use partitioning and scale-out techniques so the web server hosting
your site is completely separate from the Sql Server hosting the database. Sql Server 2005 Express assumes that everything is on one machine and uses a special configuration where the physical database files are within your website folder and uses a connection
string to specify how the database server can attach to the physical files. Because of these differences, you will have to modify your connection string to point to the external database server/database files instead.
3. Visual Web Developer / Visual Studio has pre-programmed database schema and stored procedures for membership and role providers. If you use this feature in your application, then you must either use two databases on the hosted server (one for membership/roles
and one for any other data), or merge the schema into your primary database. Either method is doable, but again, this takes some DBA management actions to make it happen.
May 04, 2006 04:14 AM|Professor X|LINK
This is a good one
Free ASP.NET web hosting with SQL Server Express
Jan 09, 2007 04:05 AM|miztiik|LINK