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Old February 21st, 2007, 12:39 PM
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Hi,

I built my web site by using VWD @ SQL Express 2005; I used the Administration tool, to built a security login page.
The project work great in my local machine, but when I upload the aspx file and upload ASPNETDB.mdf to App_Data, it didn't worked at all.

I surprised that the web.config file didn't have any connection string.

If the project ran good in the localhost, it must have a connection string!! Where can I find it? And how can I put it in the web config.

[u]I didn't use any other database in the project</u>

Thank you
 
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