How I can make online software in vb.net?

I am student of bachelor of computer science. I am working on a softwa

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How I can make online software in vb.net?

Posted 14 November 2010 - 10:11 AM

I am student of bachelor of computer science. I am working on a software .i am using a computer language vb.net. I am working on software that is Accounts Software there a database and some forms.
There is a database which is made in sql server 2000 and there are many tables.
My question is that I make that software for a Clint and database will be attached in my computer.
Both are using DSL internet me and Clint too.
I want to that when my Clint open that software and then he work in the software then he save record so it saved in my computer database.
Please tell me complete way of that.
I saw software same as there is a bat format file I have to run first it then it successful then I can open software.
There is bellow my connection which is I am using in my software please tell me about it please.


Public Function connection() As SqlConnection


con = New SqlConnection("server=(local);database=shaan;integrated security=true")


Return con
End Function

This is just use when software is running in my own computer but what will be connection when my Clint will use software and he is also using DSL internet connection so how can create connection between server and Clint


Clint send request to sever

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Re: How I can make online software in vb.net?

Posted 14 November 2010 - 12:11 PM

Your database needs to be on a server with access to it. Then in the server name send in the IP number, or name to resolve, and the right credentials.
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