By default we are not providing write permission to your website. Incase you need permission please register your request at support.Sixthsense.com along with folder name for which you want write permission and we shall execute the same for you.
We are currently running SQL Server 2000, If you are using SQL 7 at your local end, then you will be only able to connect through Query Analyzer to our SQL Server 2000, thus please upgrade your SQL Server to 2000 version
One can transfer data from local server to a remote MS SQL server at Sixthsense by using MSSQL DTS Wizard. Following are the prerequisites: **Software requirement: You should have SQL-2000 with ( SQL Server ) *** The desktop version will not work with it***. 1. Registered DTS wizard at client end in Microsoft SQL. This can be launched using "import and export data". 2. The database name, username and password for the database (at Sixthsense MSSQL Server) of the client that's assigned to them by Sixthsense on taking database support. Following are the steps: Step 1 From the start menu choose Programs -> Microsoft SQL Server x.x(e.g., 2000) -> Import and Export Data Step 2 Click "Next" on Data Transmission Services Wizard screen Step 3 The next screen shows "Choose a Data Source from" If want to transfer from your local SQL Server, choose "Microsoft OLE dB provider for SQL Server" on the "Source" tab and enter username and password for the "[local]" server. Also, choose the local database from which you want to transfer the tables. If on the other hand you want to transfer data from a Microsoft Access Database, choose "Microsoft Access" on the "Source" tab and choose the Access mdb file from the file tab.(here User/Password is optional). Having done this entire click on"Next" button. Step4 This screen represents the destination server where you want to transfer the data (which actually represents Sixthsense MS SQL Server). In the "Server" input box, type-in the name of your domain i.e., www.yourdomain.com (this is an alias name of the MSSQL server specifically created for each client). Enter the username and password that was given to you by Sixthsense (for the database). Then press refresh button to view the list of database lying on Sixthsense server. Choose your database (you don't have access to any other database with this username and password) and Click "Next".
Make sure that you are using SQL 2K on your local machine Steps: 1) Start ->program ->SQL server 2) Right click on SQL server group 3) Select new SQL server registration 4) Type the IP address of our SQL server like 188.8.131.52 5) Click on add and then click on next 6) Select SQL authentication from the radio button 7) Insert SQL username and password (which we have given to you) 8)Click on Add SQL server in existing SQL server group 9) Then click on finish 10) You will got the message "SQL server registered successfully"
One can directly upload the database file through ftp to the root directory of their web folder. As we are only supporting access 2000 on our server thus one must use Access 2000 other wise it will give error of older version on the server which will have to be repaired, otherwise it will not work, so please upload the database only made in MSOFFICE 2000.
FrontPage 2000: Start FrontPage, and select "Open file". Then enter your web site name http://www.yoursite.com" In the list box should appear "", double-click on it. Note: Replace "http://www.yoursite.com " by "http://www.yoursite.com/~username" to access a "user specific" web site
SQL Server is hosted on dedicated machines with the following minimum specifications: ? Dual P5 1130 MHz ? 1024 MB of RAM ? 2x45GB System Drives - Hardware Mirroring for Redundancy ? 3x18GB 10,000 RPM Ultra160 SCSI Drives - Hardware RAID5 for Redundancy and Performance ? 10/100 NIC
Microsoft Windows 2000 Server (OS) ? SQL 2000 server (Database server) ? MS access 2000(database) ? Cold fusion ? SA File up component ? CDONTS Component ? OCX Mail Component ? ActivePerl-184.108.40.2061-MSWin32 ? JDK Servlet support ? Microsoft FrontPage 2000