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Old June 3rd, 2003, 07:46 PM
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I've bought and read your "Beginning C# Web Applications" book by Danniel Cazzulino.
I think the book explains ASP.NET, C#, and the basics well with a good balance between theory and tutorial examples.
However, I have many questions about the MSDE connecting.

I've been getting many errors such as "sa is not a trusted username" "Authentication problems" etc. I was able to finish all the tutorials after getting an eval verison of SQL 2000 and playing with Enterprise Manager.

It seems to me that I have a basic lack of understanding with MSDE and SQL Server connecting with ADO.NET. After the database and ADO.NET are connected, everything works well as described in the book.

Most SQL Server books I've seen discuss how to build tables, query strings, normalization, and so on. But, that's not my big problem.

Can someone please recommend a book which covers most these issues and expands Chapter 4,5 and Appendix B (preferably in a C# & a Web environment).

Thanks for the good books!


the forum is a good idea :D

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Can someone tell me if this is the most appropriate category for the "Beginning C# Web Applications with Visual Studio .NET" book?


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I'm having the same problems.
What did you do in Enterprise Manager?


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