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After you successfully built ASP.NET files you have the following options:


Testing ASP.NET pages locally

View in browser - run generated application in web browser.

If for for some reason built-in web server doesn't start (nothing happens after you click 'View in browser' button) make sure your antivirus or firewall software doesn't block the web server. Turn it off for a minute and try 'View in browser' one more time. Built-in web server uses ports 8085-8090 so you may want to open them in your firewall.

Open output folder - open Windows Explorer to browse the folder with generated ASP.NET files.

Create SQL script - to create SQL script for tables/data transfer to another server.

Testing ASP.NET pages on the remote Web server

Publish via FTP - to upload files to the remote Web server you can use built-in FTP client.

Demo Account - also you can open a Demo Account with us and publish your project to our demo web server with a single mouse click.

Quick upload to - if you have account at, use this option to publish your project.

If you prefer to use third-party tools to upload generated applications check the following topic:

Uploading generated application using third-party FTP client

If you having problems using ASPRunner.NET or like to learn some advanced techniques ask your questions in support forum. You can also contact our support team.