[dba-VS] ASP.net & C#

Gustav Brock gustav at cactus.dk
Mon Jul 20 08:37:48 CDT 2020

Hi Paul

You can use a local install. If you use Visual Studio, I believe it by default installs an instance of the tiny LocacDB edition of SQL Server especially for development purposes.


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To all,

At long last I am going to give myself a kick and teach myself asp.net & c#, I have a web project in mind and will be using sql as the database, when I have it how I want it, csn I just subscribe to a webhost, throw a copy of my database on there, change the connection strings for the webhost and publish the asp.net & c# code or is it advisable to get a webhost first and create my database there then use visual studio and connect to the webhost sql server.

Thanks in advance for any help on this.


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