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Stored Procedures differ between development and production Indefinitely installs.

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  1. Lurch
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    09 Mar 2011
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    The company where I work, has Sitefinity set up in two web server locations. The development/testing webserver and the production web server. On the development server there are hundreds of stored procedures, where on the production server, there is but one stored procedures called "NN_NextValue".

    Despite this, Sitefinity works on both sites. I am at a loss to explain how this is possible. I think that the production site is looking at the development database but I can't confirm this.

    Is there a setting in the web.config of the site that tells Sitefinity which database to use?
    Is there a way to setup Sitefinity without the need to use stored procedures?
  2. Ivan Dimitrov
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    09 Mar 2011
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    Hello Lurch,

    1. Sitefinity uses the database that is set in the connectionstring node
    2. Sitefinity cannot work without its stored procedures.

    Best wishes,
    Ivan Dimitrov
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