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Hello,

 

I am trying to setup a database using FP 2003. I was not able to get it to work, I created the db and the asp pages, but once I loaded it to the server, I was not getting a response. Anyone have a check list to get this done?

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Welcome to the forum, taddyangle. :clapping:

 

Are you on a shared hosting account?

 

If so, asp wont work, only php, html etc...

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Welcome to the forum, taddyangle. :clapping:

 

Are you on a shared hosting account?

 

If so, asp wont work, only php, html etc...

 

I have a simple re-seller plan. WIll this work? If not which program should I have?

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Hello,

 

.ASP is for miscrosoft servers only (ok I know you can run them on an apache server but we do not offer this)

 

Frontpage 2003 will do php pages on a mysql database.

 

JimE

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Okay, so then I need to upload a mysql database and then use fp to connect to that db. I will do a web search to see if I can get some directions on doing this.

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Welcome to the forum! tch_welsign.gif

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First of all, welcome to the forums and family. You don't need to upload a MySQL database...you need to create one on the server. You can do this through the utilities in cPanel. To try to help you with your problem, you might want to look through the messages I found at this thread. Hopefully you can get something out of there that might help you out.

 

Once you get your site up and running, you might also want to look at other alternatives to Frontpage that are almost as easy but don't add Micro$oft's extra code.

 

Hope this helps!

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