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    ASP.NET and Access database

    I have a webhosting account on an ASP.NET webhost.

    I have moved the files for a very simple website to that webhost. The website uses an Access database file.

    This website is from a book that I am reading.

    Is there anything else I should be doing besides just moving the files to the webhost's virtual directory?

    I have read articles about connection strings but there is no connection string in the 2 files.

    What am I missing here?

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    Most of the times connection string is kept in the web.config file. So check it over there.

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    In the Web.config there will be a section for connection string - open it in notepad and modify according to your database name user name password, if one you want to provide.
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