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I am new to sql server.

I need to deploy a Sql server 2008 db from my local host to my Godaddy shared hosting.

I am using ms Visual Studio 2008 to deploy.

I can connect to the Godaddy server, but I get a error when I try to deploy. The database I am deploying has different tables than the db that is currently on my Godaddy server.

The db name and password are the same on local host and godaddy host databases.
Godaddy has not been much use so far.

Here is the error:
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Error 1 The project could not be deployed to the 'wizard001.db.7782197.hostedresource.com' server because of the following connectivity problems : A connection cannot be made. Ensure that the server is running. To verify or update the name of the target server, right-click on the project in Solution Explorer, select Project Properties, click on the Deployment tab, and then enter the name of the server. 0 0

(Yes I did check the server name)
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Should this work? Or, am I totally lost.

Thanks,
Cgee
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thanks, but that solution is for sql server 2005 only.  I am using sqlserver 2008.
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Alpesh Patel earned 2000 total points
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Hey, please try to check to connect SQL SErver using Remotely. If possible then have some issue with database. otherwise credential problem is there.

You can publish application manually. Publish it to local drive and copy-paste ti goddady.com
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PatelAlpesh:

thanks for your insight.

my frame of reference is ms access.  i am new to sql server.

it is more complex.

i will check the connection string.

what do you mean by manually publishing?

Cgee
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I am still having problems, but I can connect now.  Thanks I will post new question in future
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