setting database path at setup for connect string??

Discussion in 'ASP General' started by Perdit, Jan 14, 2004.

  1. Perdit

    Perdit Guest

    What is the best/common practice when configuring the database path?

    When the asp application is distributed to customers. How can I
    facilitate trouble-free installation?. In my applications I use
    servermappath to determine the position of my files, but databases
    (Access) are usually stored in different folder structures depending
    on the servers.

    What is usually done to configure an application?? Ask the
    administrator/customer to edit global.asa manually? Is there a way to
    make this task easier for non experienced customers? Is the connect
    string with the path usually stored in global.asa or in an include
    file??

    Thanks
    Perdit, Jan 14, 2004
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