The default trust level on your account depends on the version of ASP.NET you are currently using.
If you are using ASP.NET 1.1 on your Windows shared hosting account, you have “full trust” on the server.
If you’re using .NET runtime environment 2.0, you have ‘medium trust’ on the server.
You can connect to your MySQL databases with ASP/ADO using the information in this article.
This example describes using ASP/ADO to connect to a Microsoft SQL Server Database.
Replace the db_ fields with the information for your database from the Control Panel in your hosting account. For more information, see Locating Your MS SQL Database Connection Strings for more information.
‘Sample Database Connection Syntax for ASP and [...]
NOTE: This article applies only to Windows Shared Hosting accounts.
In order to use our ASP form-mailer, you must specify an email address where you want the contents of your form sent to.
To Specify the Email Address for the Form-Mailer
Log in to your Account Manager.
Click Web Hosting.
Your account’s Control Panel in your hosting account displays your absolute path. For more information, see Finding Your Hosting Account’s Absolute Path.
You can also use ASP/ASP.NET to find your absolute path. Within ASP/ASP.NET, the function Server.MapPath returns the full path to your hosting account. If you create a directory called [...]
Using the Control Panel in your hosting account, you can create, edit, and customize anonymous access permissions for directories and subdirectories on your website.
To Create a Directory on Your Windows Hosting Account
Log in to your [...]
ASP.NET starter kits can be downloaded from the ASP.NET website.
The following instructions use the ASP Time Tracker starter kit as an example. However, you can use this upload procedure for any starter kit that uses a 2005 SQL database (running from a local MDF file or a standalone server). [...]
We include form mailer scripts with new Windows shared hosting accounts: webformmailer.asp and gdform.php. To use a form mailer, create a Web form in HTML that links to one of our scripts and upload it to your hosting account.
NOTE: Do not use firstname.lastname@example.org to test your form mailer.
WARNING: The gdform.asp [...]
Yes, we have enabled parent paths on your Windows shared hosting account.
Parent Pathing allows you to access resources from a file-relative approach. You can "address up" a directory level and access those [...]
ASP stands for Active Server Pages. ASP and ASP.NET are programs that run on Windows. ASP files have the file extension ".asp" and ASP.NET files have the file extension ".aspx." ASP and ASP.NET allow you to:
Dynamically edit, change, or add content on your Web page.