i have a asp.net website which is hosted on IIS server
and my database is located on a server which is a LINUX server
how can i get access of my linux database from this asp.net website?
any tutorial or suggestions are welcome.
I am trying to host a public website on an Amazon ec2 small linux instance. My website is pretty simple, in that, it doesn't have a database and any fancy server components. It's just a bunch of plain old html hosted on apache webserver.
What security measures do I need to take (firewall configuration?, ddos prevention?) to prevent my website from being defaced or denied access to?
Previously our website was hosted in Linux server with html pages. Now we switched the same domain to IIS server with aspx pages and closed previous hosting on Linux.
Now the website hits are reduced very much. I searched the internet and found that i can do
a 301 redirect. I don't know anything about it. How can i do a 301 redirect.
I am currently running a website on Godaddy built with php and mysql. I will open the website up today to the general public. Because of this, I will not want to test any new code directly on the website. I want to mirror the website on my personal computer to test any updates.
We have a production environment and an UAT environment, the authentication settings on both the servers are the same. Now, when I deploy the application onto the production the application is logging me out with ReturnUrl.