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10/22/2015 7:17 PM
 

Hi guys,

I am new to DNN, so there are a lot of things I still haven't acknowledge yet. I need your help with the project I am working on.

 I created a website in IIS called www.abc.com and run it on my local machine. I have a web application called A. I want to integrate this application into the website.Here is what I did:

1.restore the database in SQL for application A

2.paste the A folder into the www.abc.com website folder.

3. convert the A folder into an application in IIS.

4. run the A application, which was not successful (the main website,www.abc.com, is still working fine)

As I do research, I learn that I have to merge the A's web.config with the web.config of www.abc.com. Can anyone help me with the merging these two web.configs?

Note: I don't know if I am on the right track. According to what I research, I need to add a conncetion string (which connects to the database for applicaiton A)  to the web.config of the website. ALso, I need to add "key" and "value" to the <appSetting> section. Besides from these two, I dont know what else I am supposed to do.

Again, thank you for your time and help.

HP

 
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