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Default credentials

username: superadmin
password: 123456

(you can change default credentials in AppSettings.config file)

How to install

For all options, if you are in production and not in localhost,
you must change the connectionstrings in ConnectionStrings.config.

Option 1: Create a single database for both Weapsy and AspNet tables

- Full Trust: Just run the project.
- Medium Trust*: Create manually a database named Weapsy (default name) and execute the script weapsy.sql and aspnet_DefaultProviders.sql (or aspnet_SQLProviders based on your choice).


Option 2: Create a database for AspNet tables and another database for Weapsy tables

- Full Trust: Change the connection strings in ConnectionStrings.config and run the project.
- Medium Trust*: Change the connection strings in ConnectionStrings.config. Create manually the database for Weapsy tables and execute the weapsy.sql script. Create manually the database for AspNet tables and execute aspnet_DefaultProviders.sql script (or aspnet_SQLProviders based on your choice). Run the project.

Option 3: You have your own AspNet database and want to create a new database for Weapsy tables

- Full Trust: Change the connection strings in ConnectionStrings.config
and run the project.
- Medium Trust*: Change the connection strings in ConnectionStrings.config. Create manually the database for Weapsy tables and execute the weapsy.sql script. Run the project.

Option 4: You have your own AspNet database with Membership and Roles and want to add Weapsy tables to the same database

- Full Trust: Change the connection strings in ConnectionStrings.config and run the project.
- Medium Trust*: Change the connection strings in ConnectionStrings.config. Execute the weapsy.sql script in your database. Run the project.

 

* or if the automatic database installation fails for some reason.

Last edited Jun 21, 2012 at 11:57 AM by lucacb, version 11

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