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Title:
OIT dotNET: Departmental .NET Web Service
Synopsis:
OIT dotNET: Departmental .NET Web Service.

Please note that the OIT dotNet service is being retired on 7/1/2015.


Solution:

This small-scale, shared, development environment enables departments to build web applications that interact with Microsoft SQLServer databases and/or Microsoft Access databases. It uses Microsoft's Internet Information Services (IIS) web server, which supports application development environments and languages that use Microsoft's .NET technological foundation, such as Visual Studio, Microsoft SharePoint Designer, and CodeCharge.

OIT's dotNET Service is appropriate for departments engaged in the business of the University. It is designed for small-scale web applications that have low network bandwidth requirements, and are not CPU-intensive. To qualify for this free service, hosted web applications must be able to coexist on a shared server with many other departmental web sites. OIT dotNET services are primarily intended for Princeton faculty and staff and departments are responsible for their own web design and development work. Students and/or student groups are not eligible to own dotNET accounts without approval from a Dean.


Setting up Code Charge to publish to Princetonís dotNET environment


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Last Updated:
October 24, 2014

Solution ID:
9900