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Default Where is TheBeerHouse database?

I just downloaded the C# version of the website which, after reading the Readme file, I gather, is supposed to also include the "TheBeerHouse" database. Well, the only database I got in the download is the ASPNETDB. I do notice that the solution folder contains a script to generate the database and its objects again.

However, I was hoping I can just download the database and attach it to my SQL Server, make the changes to the web.config file and I'd be good to go.

Anyone can point me to where the database is or what I need to do?

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The database is the "aspnetdb" on app_data

you can attach her from your sql server

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As Maxxim stated, the database is all you need.

If you want to know how to easily transfer your database to the server, I suggest you read the final chapter in the book, which deals with deploying the website.

You can order the book here: http://www.amazon.com/ASP-NET-2-0-We...1489772&sr=8-1

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Sounds like TBH is the ideal candidate for ClickOnce. Or am I not understanding how ClickOnce technology works?

 


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