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We have an application through which user can design their website the way they want to.So as of now, when any user buy our application then we need to copy and paste common things like bin, aspx files and other necessary files, all these files are common for every user of our application, which we do not want to because when there will be any error in the application, after solving this error we have to update to all my users. This is why we want our codes at one place.
=>The question is how can we keep our common files including codes at one place and run the application.So as whenever we need to do the correction in the application that can be done easily.
Server information :
Windows server 2008 R2
RAM : 4 GB
. NET 2.0 and SQL 2005
www.haveaportal.com
Thanks to all in advance
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Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 19-Jan-12 3:19am    
Not clear where you see the problem. Yes, you need to design it... who is going to do it? :-<
--SA
Shailesh g 19-Jan-12 3:57am    
when any client want our application then we create domain for that and copy our application and this way our application starts running, but we want our application at one place and all our client's domain access the resources from that place, this makes maintenance easy.
Thanks for your reply
Shailesh g 19-Jan-12 4:03am    
suppose a domain - shailesh.com is created and we have copied required files for running our application. when i say http://shailesh.com/login.aspx and after passing the credential checks my application starts running, database is different for every user.

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Please see my comment to the question. What do you see as a principal problem?

Yes, you need to design it, but don't expect someone designs it for you. It depends on how many users and other factors. It can be database (and then you will need to create a data model of users with their sites and the sites' data) or a separate directory with data per user. Or one of the possible combinations of the above.

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