NOTE: You can use the free FTP client for Mozilla Firefox FireFTP or any other FTP client.
To upload your project, perform the following:
NOTE: Your host must provide you with username, password, and port number.
For more information, see your FTP client's documentation.
NOTE: After restoring the database, you must obtain a connection string. A connection string is formed using the database name, the username, and the password.
Following is an example of how a connection string is formed:
Data Source=myServerAddress; Initial Catalog=myDataBase; User Id=myUsername; Password=myPassword;
For more information about connection strings, see Connection strings for SQL Server 2008.
NOTE: Make sure that the .NET framework version is set to your project's .NET version. You can do this from the control panel of your hosting.
After performing the above procedure, you will have a fully workable and deployed website.
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