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asp publish with sql database tables

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i made my website with asp on my local machine(pc) and i made it with local sql server database  installed on my pc. now i want to publish my website.


if i publish my website will database content publish with my pages and work fine like i did on my project or it needs work on it? can you explain me?


thank for your helping.

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I'm afraid the best answer to give is "maybe".

If all your asp code has all the database calls on the server side, and the server is configured properly with your database credentials, and you've taken appropriate steps to isolate all user-entered values, to sanitize your inputs, to treat data as data and never as sql code, and to secure your website, then all is probably fine.

Depending on how your system is configured you can publish your database along with the site. If it works than it will run, if it doesn't work then you need to set up your server differently. Beware that with that configuration re-publishing your site might overwrite your database.

Unfortunately, in this realm if you have to ask if all is well, the answer is probably 'no'. Or at least, probably that what you have is not secure and not safe to publish.

You might be able to put your data up just fine and you might get results that look good to you, just be aware that 'bad guys' can probably break your site and access everything too.

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