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What file to be given to client instead of Source Code?

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  • #16
    Re: What file to be given to client instead of Source Code?

    Originally posted by Suvarchala View Post
    Hi,
    My question was, I have developed an web application on my desktop which is running on my local host.
    What files do I need to the client, so that he can able to dump in his desktop and run on his local host.

    Other than .AEX, wt else can be given?
    Alone .AEX files are fine to support database tables too.?


    Please provide information on that.

    Thanks & Regards,
    Suvarchala.
    1. you want to deploy your webapps as a runtime client to his machine only running localhost.
    2. your client needs the A5V11 developer version to run the webapps on his local machine the A5 runtime is only for desktop<Windows>
    3. the internet outside world can't connect to the local apps, and if it can be done it is time limited and not for production
    4. if you don't want your client to make any changes to the code then the A5V11 "Webstarter pack for 3 concurrent users" is the best option, see the webshop for details
    5. you already received the rest of the answers howto publish your webapps for your customer

    ty

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    • #17
      Re: What file to be given to client instead of Source Code?

      Hi Eric,

      Thanks for your valuable information.
      I will check this Webstarter pack for 3 concurrent users.

      Thanks & Regards,
      Suvarchala.

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      • #18
        Re: What file to be given to client instead of Source Code?

        Suvarchala,

        If you have a WAS license, you don't need a starter pack. One WAS license is good for one machine (server). To host a web site you could use your own machine (if that is appropriate in your case?) -OR- you need a VPS or other dedicated server. If you don't want to give your client the source files, you can just publish them to local host and copy those files to the client server's web root. But if you copy to local host, you will need to fix the a5_application.a5i file located there because that has aliases and connection strings that will be different for the server than for localhost. You may possibly need to publish at least one object to your client's server to get that right if you can't figure out a way to do it manually.

        Also, check this out, it should give you some valuable insights:

        http://www.alphasoftware.com/documentation/afas_setup/
        Peter
        AlphaBase Solutions, LLC

        [email protected]
        https://www.alphabasesolutions.com


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        • #19
          Re: What file to be given to client instead of Source Code?

          Suvarchala,

          I am not sure if your initial question was answered. You asked what files were required on the Client-side.
          The answer is of course NONE. It is a web app and your clients only need their web browser on a machine that is connected via TCP/IP to the server.
          If this was not what you were asking, then sorry for stating this very basic fact.

          Cheers,
          Andy.

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