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swethacharan

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Posted: 06/23/2014, 4:04 AM

Hai friends, I'm very new to .net and I want to connect sql database into my visual studio 13 varsion. when I'm trying to do with direct connectionstring its worked sometime. but when I try to declare the code in app.config file I failed to connect with database. can someone help me to connect database.
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eratech


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Posted: 06/26/2014, 8:55 PM

Are you using CodeCharge or Visual Studio?

There is a connection wizard in CCS which does the work for you and puts it into web.config.

You can open the CodeCharge project in VS if you want to debug it.

If you are going to use CCS and Visual Studio, remember to let CCS do the work - it is the quickest way I've found to put together a site, and if you change stuff in VS then CCS will probably stop updating those bits of code.

Let CCS do the work for you.

Thanks

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swethacharan

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Posted: 06/27/2014, 12:46 AM

I'm using visual studio 2013 for my project.
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eratech


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Posted: 07/01/2014, 12:50 AM

If you are not using CodeCharge, then you probably won't find much help here. Much of the advice will be on using CodeCharge with .NET.

I suggest you try some ASP.NET specific forums like http://forums.asp.net/

If you have CodeCharge questions, please ask them.

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Posted: 02/12/2015, 3:37 AM

If you are going to use CCS and Visual Studio, remember to let CCS do the work - it is the quickest way I've found to put together a site, and if you change stuff in VS then CCS will probably stop updating those bits of code.???
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