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how dsn name is recognised by the website host

Amar Deep Singh Chaudhary
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Joined: Dec 26, 2006
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if i have make a database connnection on my pc and i access the database on my pc.if i upload this database to my website server and access this database through the webpages then is it possible that the web server recognise the dsn name in the web pages itself or i need to make a dsn name on my webserver.Please help on this topic.


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A Kumar
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The database related code would be executed at the server side..and the database...also resides at the server(it can also be a remote database)

If its in the same machine as the server....then it is similiar to the scenario...below

A web server with the webpages and the database in the same machine..
with a DSN connection in your machine you can access it from the web pages....in the local system


Similiarly....in the remote web server...you should create a DSN that will enable it(database in the system) to be accessed from the web pages..in the same server..
[ February 13, 2007: Message edited by: A Kumar ]
 
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