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BOOK: ASP.NET Website Programming Problem-Design-Solution
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Old August 2nd, 2006, 11:51 AM
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Default How to restore thePhile db?

I have IIS version 5.1, Visual Studio .NET 2002, and SQL Server.
I am trying to figure out how to restore thePhile database as described in the readme file that came with the book's (ASP.NET Website Programming Visual Basic .NET Edition) downloaded code.
First off, it says to copy thePhile-database-backup.bak into my SQL Server backup folder. What is the SQL Server backup folder? I can't find one anywhere. If I create a new SQL database in Visual Studio (VB.NET) and right-click it, there is no option for "All Tasks" or "Restore Database".
Perhaps I don't have the correct SQL Server software that the book is referring to? My Microsoft SQL Server folder has these folders inside: MSSQL, 80 and MSSQL$NetSDK.
I was hoping I could just download thePhile database file somewhere without having to go through all this "restore" stuff.
Is there an easy way or ANY for me to get this thePhile database going on my computer?
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The folder doesn't really matter, but you must restore the DB using Enterprise Manager, or the equivalent SQL commands. You should probably do some more studying on SQL Server before moving on. This isn't a beginner's project and you'll quickly become frustrated if you don't know the basics first.



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