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Old 12th December 2008, 04:12 AM
Luigi Amorini
 
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I'll have to write a Web Site with Visual Studio/C# and NexusDB2. I
think I have to buy dotnetprovider to allow web site to connect to
NexusDB in local mode on the same server. What kind of licensing model
I need?
thank you
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Old 12th December 2008, 06:39 AM
Hannes Danzl[NDD]
 
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Luigi Amorini wrote:

> I'll have to write a Web Site with Visual Studio/C# and NexusDB2. I
> think I have to buy dotnetprovider to allow web site to connect to
> NexusDB in local mode on the same server. What kind of licensing model
> I need?


Hello luigi. If you're already customer of a NexusDB V2 version then yes, all
you need is the ADO.NET Provider to connect to the local server via TCP
(localhost). This license includes the right to use it on one web server. If
you want to install it on multiple servers, you will need to get an additional
distribution license for the number of servers (which we count at the moment
as normal seats).

Hope that helps.

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Old 12th December 2008, 10:24 PM
Luigi Amorini
 
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Thank you Hannes.
This is what I want to know.



Hannes Danzl[NDD] ha scritto:
> Hello luigi. If you're already customer of a NexusDB V2 version then
> yes, all you need is the ADO.NET Provider to connect to the local
> server via TCP (localhost). This license includes the right to use it
> on one web server. If you want to install it on multiple servers, you
> will need to get an additional distribution license for the number of
> servers (which we count at the moment as normal seats).
>
> Hope that helps.

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Old 16th December 2008, 04:22 AM
Luigi Amorini
 
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Hi Hannes,

I bought ADO.NET Provider. Version that I download from my download
page is build.56 and doesn't install on VS2008.
I see on link http://www.nexusdb.com/support/index.php?q=node/10025
that there is a build.62 but it is time limited.
What is the difference? Why on my download page there is an older build?

thank you

Hannes Danzl[NDD] ha scritto:

> Luigi Amorini wrote:
>
> > I'll have to write a Web Site with Visual Studio/C# and NexusDB2. I
> > think I have to buy dotnetprovider to allow web site to connect to
> > NexusDB in local mode on the same server. What kind of licensing
> > model I need?

>
> Hello luigi. If you're already customer of a NexusDB V2 version then
> yes, all you need is the ADO.NET Provider to connect to the local
> server via TCP (localhost). This license includes the right to use it
> on one web server. If you want to install it on multiple servers, you
> will need to get an additional distribution license for the number of
> servers (which we count at the moment as normal seats).
>
> Hope that helps.

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Old 16th December 2008, 05:32 AM
Hannes Danzl[NDD]
 
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> I bought ADO.NET Provider. Version that I download from my download
> page is build.56 and doesn't install on VS2008.
> I see on link http://www.nexusdb.com/support/index.php?q=node/10025
> that there is a build.62 but it is time limited.
> What is the difference? Why on my download page there is an older build?


Build 56 to 62 are mainly trial builds and special builds for customers. Is
your VS2008 up to date with SP1 and .NET 3.5 SP1? When you installed it did
you chcek the VS2005/2008 integration? Was you VS closed when installing? Did
you install as administrator?

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Old 16th December 2008, 11:03 AM
Luigi Amorini
 
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Hannes,
Yes, my VS2008 is up to date
Yes, I check the integration but there isn't the provider on Data
Connections->Add Connections
Yes, was closed
Yes, my profile has administrator rights or I have to install with
Administrator user?

I manual install DLL and appear nxCommand and nxDataAdapter on Toolbox,
there are other components?

Also with manual install I cannot execute:

private void button1_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
string provider = "NexusDB.ADOProvider";
string connectionstring = "server=server@127.0.0.1;database=BP";
DbProviderFactory factory = DbProviderFactories.GetFactory(provider);

because an exception says that there is no NexusDB.ADOProvider Data
Provider.

thanks

Hannes Danzl[NDD] ha scritto:
> Build 56 to 62 are mainly trial builds and special builds for
> customers. Is your VS2008 up to date with SP1 and .NET 3.5 SP1? When
> you installed it did you chcek the VS2005/2008 integration? Was you
> VS closed when installing? Did you install as administrator?

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Old 16th December 2008, 11:05 AM
Hannes Danzl[NDD]
 
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Luigi Amorini wrote:

>
> Hannes,
> Yes, my VS2008 is up to date
> Yes, I check the integration but there isn't the provider on Data
> Connections->Add Connections
> Yes, was closed
> Yes, my profile has administrator rights or I have to install with
> Administrator user?


For the installer to be able to add the necessary entry into the
machine.config of the .NET framework and the VS hive of the registry you
usually need to run it as administrator. Please note that admin-rights is not
the same as adminstrator on most Vista versions.

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Old 16th December 2008, 11:31 AM
Luigi Amorini
 
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Hannes,

I now reinstall as Administrator (of machine, not domain) and results
are the same: no provider on Data Connections.
VS2008 Prof SP1, Vista Business SP1, Nexus 2.076

thanks

Hannes Danzl[NDD] ha scritto:

> Luigi Amorini wrote:
>
> >
> > Hannes,
> > Yes, my VS2008 is up to date
> > Yes, I check the integration but there isn't the provider on Data
> > Connections->Add Connections
> > Yes, was closed
> > Yes, my profile has administrator rights or I have to install with
> > Administrator user?

>
> For the installer to be able to add the necessary entry into the
> machine.config of the .NET framework and the VS hive of the registry
> you usually need to run it as administrator. Please note that
> admin-rights is not the same as adminstrator on most Vista versions.

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Old 17th December 2008, 04:00 AM
Luigi Amorini
 
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Hannes,

I try to install all manually.

I add
<add name="NexusDB V2 Provider" invariant="NexusDB.ADOProvider"
description=".Net Framework Data Provider for NexusDB"
type="NexusDB.ADOProvider.NexusDBProviderFactory, NexusDB.ADOProvider,
Version=2.0.7.56, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=86f660e26976e61e"/>

in the machine.config but in the open() time program freeze
indefinitely and there is no integration with VS2008 Data Connections:

string provider = "NexusDB.ADOProvider";
string connectionstring =
"transport=TCP;server=localhost;port=16000;databas e=BP";

DbProviderFactory factory =
DbProviderFactories.GetFactory(provider);
DbConnection conn = factory.CreateConnection();
DbConnectionStringBuilder sb =
factory.CreateConnectionStringBuilder();
conn.ConnectionString = connectionstring;
conn.Open();

Please help me I have to start with a new project.

thank you



Hannes Danzl[NDD] ha scritto:

> Luigi Amorini wrote:
>
> >
> > Hannes,
> > Yes, my VS2008 is up to date
> > Yes, I check the integration but there isn't the provider on Data
> > Connections->Add Connections
> > Yes, was closed
> > Yes, my profile has administrator rights or I have to install with
> > Administrator user?

>
> For the installer to be able to add the necessary entry into the
> machine.config of the .NET framework and the VS hive of the registry
> you usually need to run it as administrator. Please note that
> admin-rights is not the same as adminstrator on most Vista versions.

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Old 17th December 2008, 09:42 AM
Hannes Danzl[NDD]
 
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Luigi Amorini wrote:

> Hannes,
>
> I try to install all manually.


Sorry, but I honestly have no clue right away. We have a new version ready
with a compete rewrite of the IDE integration and installation almost ready to
go. If you send a mail to support at nexusdb.com I can send that new version
on to you for testing if that works.

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