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Upload ASP.NET Project to the server

Posted 21 October 2010 - 02:45 AM

Hi everybody,

I joined this forum with expectations of getting answers to my questions. I have been to many posts of this forum and found it really helpful. Can anyone please help me with my query?

Can anyone tell me that how should I upload C# ASP.NET project to the web server? Please help me out, I will highly grateful.
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Re: Upload ASP.NET Project to the server

Posted 21 October 2010 - 04:52 AM

Do you have access to the web server? If so, remote to the web server, and copy the files. If not, you will have to talk to those who have control over the web server to see how you can FTP the files to the web server.
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Re: Upload ASP.NET Project to the server

Posted 21 October 2010 - 04:59 AM

I ahve copied the project files to the filezilla.but it's not showing the GUI view.when I browse ,it's showing the codes only.
My project is running on my local machine perfectly.I have a database also.
Please guide me how to upload my project with database to the filezilla so that people do not have visual studio and sql server can also see the project in browser.
please help me!!!

note: I am having filezilla user id and password.
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Re: Upload ASP.NET Project to the server

Posted 21 October 2010 - 05:46 AM

No, you don't copy the project files. Right-click on the project in Visual Studio, and do a Publish. Publish to a directory on your local PC. This will give you the necessary files to run the website.

You also need to make sure that IIS is installed, and that the proper version of .Net is installed on the web server. You will also need to setup SQL Server on the web server and make sure that your connection string from your application is correct.

Once that is setup, you will need to create a Virtual Directory in IIS for your application. When setting this up, you will give the Virtual Directory a place on the system where it will look for the files. This is where you will put your published files.
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Posted 21 October 2010 - 05:49 AM

After i put the publish website to the virtual directory when I browse the page it's showing xml parsing error.
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Posted 21 October 2010 - 05:53 AM

There maybe 50,000 different errors that could occur. You need to post the errors that you are getting.
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Posted 21 October 2010 - 06:10 AM

I create the virtual directory in IIS.Then I put the publish website in that virtual directory.The project is opening from my computer. how to open it from others' computer.All the computers are LAN connected.
please help!!
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Posted 21 October 2010 - 06:39 AM

Are you trying to publish a web site, or are you trying to distribute the code so that other's can open it? You have me totally confused.
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Posted 21 October 2010 - 09:07 PM

I have completed a .net project and publish it as above mentioned.Now I can browse the pages from my computer after creating the virtual directory and put the publish site into it.I want to browse the same links from another computers.how to do that.
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note: all the computers are LAN connected.
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Re: Upload ASP.NET Project to the server

Posted 22 October 2010 - 04:37 AM

Use a URL like this...

http://[Your_PC_Name]/[VirtualDirectory]/[Page_Name].aspx

So if my PC was named "BigDaddyDev" and I created a Virtual Directory called "MyNewWebsite" and it had a page called "login.aspx", my URL would look like this..

http://BigDaddyDev/MyNewWebite/login.aspx



Alternatively, you can use your IP Address rather than the PC name.
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Re: Upload ASP.NET Project to the server

Posted 06 February 2011 - 05:01 AM

ajax file upload

FileUltimate is an ASP.NET file upload control which you can add directly to your existing ASP.NET (.aspx) pages.The control renders a user interface similar to "Windows Explorer" within the page which displays the contents of the target folder and accepts multiple file uploads from users. Actions can be limited by permissions and quota limits on folders. During file uploading, detailed information such as transfer speed and estimated time of completion are displayed along with the progress bar. This ASP.NET upload control supports browser upload,ajax upload and flash upload modes.
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