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Building Websites with VB.NET and DotNetNuke 3.0 by Daniel N. Egan

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Setting Up the Database

There are a few ways to get your database set up on the remote server. It all depends on how you want to start your site on the hosted server. If you have set up your localhost site by applying skins, adding modules, and installing forums, generally setting it up how you want to see it on the Web, you probably do not want to have to recreate this information when you post it to your hosted account. On the other hand, you may want to just get DotNetNuke up and running on the hosted server and then set it up how you want it.

We will cover both methods. We covered this when we set up our site locally, but if you set up a fresh install of DotNetNuke on the hosted server, it is important that you change the default admin and ...

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