Deploying Pages

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With dbQwikSite you can design, build and test your pages all on your PC, completely independent of your target server. To deploy your website is to move it to your target server.  This may be a Windows or Unix server.  How you deploy your web pages depends on your target server.  Your pages will be generated for your target host and stored in the Deploy folder.  You can use the Generate & Upload button to move your pages directly to your remote server.

 

1. Click the Deploy button btn_deploy_002

 

2. The Deploy Web dialog will appear

 

dlg_Deploy_Web_001

 

 

Deploying on a Unix Web Server

 

Generating PHP Pages

 

1. You must enter the required information, including:

 - the name (DSN) of your database

 - the User name and Password for the database

 

dlg_DeployPHP_001

 

2. Click on Generate to prepare your pages for deployment.  You can then upload your 'Deploy' folder using the built in QwikFTP or your favorite FTP software

 

 OR

 

3. Click on Generate & Upload to publish your pages to your web server using QwikFTP

 

 

Deploying on a Windows Web Server

 

Generating ASP Pages

 

You should see that your ODBC/ADO connection information is already filled in

 

- If you have used an ODBC connection to connect to your source, please select the ODBC radio button

 

- If you have used an ADO connection string to connect to your source, please select the ADO radio button

 

Cick on Generate to prepare your pages for deployment.  You can then upload your 'Deploy' folder using the built in QwikFTP or your favorite FTP software

 

- OR -

 

Click on Generate & Upload to publish your pages to your web server using QwikFTP

 

Generating PHP Pages

 

- If you have used an ODBC connection to connect to your source, please select the ODBC radio button

 

 You will see that your ODBC connection information is already filled in

 

- If you are connecting directly to your MySql database please select the Native MySql radio button and fill in the relevant information including:

 - the web host you are using

 - the port number (default is 3306, unless you have specifically changed this value)

 - the name of your database

 - the user name and password for the database

 

Click on Generate to prepare your pages for deployment.  You can then upload your 'Deploy' folder using the built in QwikFTP or your favorite FTP software

 

- OR -

 

Click on Generate & Upload to publish your pages to your web server using QwikFTP

 

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