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jru
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United Kingdom
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Posted - September 27 2011 :  07:33:26  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi,

I assume it is safe/possible to use the database from the free/trial version of vp-asp as a base for the live version on the web?

I am trying to save time and am using the trial version but when/if I get around to purchasing the full version I wouldn't want to throw that work/data away - I assume the free/trial version of the database is exactly the same as the live/full version and it is just the code that is cutdown/different?

Kind Regards,

Martin

THeVerve
VP-ASP New User

117 Posts

Posted - September 27 2011 :  07:41:38  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
You can certainly do this as the lite / full version uses the same database type. The only differences between the full and the free version are the .ASP files. Some of the files have more code.

All you need to do is to just replace the ASP files with the one from the full version.
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jru
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United Kingdom
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Posted - September 27 2011 :  07:52:15  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Many thanks for the quick answer :-)
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THeVerve
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Posted - September 27 2011 :  08:05:23  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
You're welcome. Another important thing, do not overwrite the /config and also /admin/config folders otherwise things will get a bit more complicated.
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