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Message #1 by "Jay Semel" <ysemel@h...> on Fri, 3 May 2002 22:16:10
I am also having trouble getting started

Firstly, I can't get the database installed.
Every time I try to install the db I get an error
that reads somthing like this:

Error 3624
Location: UpgradeDB.cpp:214
Expression: tableindex < ARRAY_LEN(upgradeMap)
SPID: 7
ProcessID: 668

I have had this problem for a while and I cannot figure it out so I 
decided to just start following through with the book.

Does anyone know where in the book the authors create the default solution 
for the website (ThePhile)? In chapter 3, in the solution it seems like 
the authors are assuming that the solution was already created! I believe 
that I read up to that point w/o skipping anything and that is the first 
time I have heard of the default project.

Thanks in advance for any help

Jay
Message #2 by "Frank Kurka" <wrox@f...> on Tue, 7 May 2002 15:23:38
I'm just another user like you, so I don't represent wrox or anything .... 
but the SQL database install is one of the things that went great on my 
install.

What Database and version do you have? I am on win2000 using SQLS2000 with 
admin privledges and there was no error in setup or use.

Any clues?

Frank Kurka


> I am also having trouble getting started

> Firstly, I can't get the database installed.
E> very time I try to install the db I get an error
t> hat reads somthing like this:

> Error 3624
L> ocation: UpgradeDB.cpp:214
E> xpression: tableindex < ARRAY_LEN(upgradeMap)
S> PID: 7
P> rocessID: 668

> I have had this problem for a while and I cannot figure it out so I 
d> ecided to just start following through with the book.

> Does anyone know where in the book the authors create the default 
solution 
f> or the website (ThePhile)? In chapter 3, in the solution it seems like 
t> he authors are assuming that the solution was already created! I 
believe 
t> hat I read up to that point w/o skipping anything and that is the first 
t> ime I have heard of the default project.

> Thanks in advance for any help

> Jay
Message #3 by "Jay Semel" <ysemel@h...> on Tue, 7 May 2002 18:59:19
I was using SQL 7.0 and that didn't work for me. 

I decided to install it with sql 2000 that ships with VS.NET and that 
actually works for me!!

So everything is good in terms of that - 

Have you by any chance gotten ThePhile to work on your machine??
I have installed and compiled ThePhile and I am getting errors saying that 
some of the assmeblies could not be found. I have been manually going in 
to the locations of the assemblies and compliing them but there seems to 
be alot of them that were not compiled. DId you encounter anything like 
this??

Thanks for any help - 

Jay
Message #4 by "Robert Corvus" <Robert@C...> on Tue, 7 May 2002 10:55:37 -0700
I had something similar to the symptoms you are describing when I tried
moving ThePhile to my wwwroot directory instead of the c:/wrox
directory.
Did you install ThePhile in c:/wrox and did you Rebuild the solution in
vs?
--Robert

-----Original Message-----
From: Jay Semel [mailto:ysemel@h...] 
Sent: Tuesday, May 07, 2002 6:59 PM
To: Website Programming with ASP.NET
Subject: [aspdotnet_website_programming] Re: More trouble getting
started

I was using SQL 7.0 and that didn't work for me. 

I decided to install it with sql 2000 that ships with VS.NET and that 
actually works for me!!

So everything is good in terms of that - 

Have you by any chance gotten ThePhile to work on your machine??
I have installed and compiled ThePhile and I am getting errors saying
that 
some of the assmeblies could not be found. I have been manually going in

to the locations of the assemblies and compliing them but there seems to

be alot of them that were not compiled. DId you encounter anything like 
this??

Thanks for any help - 

Jay

Message #5 by "Robert Corvus" <Robert@C...> on Tue, 7 May 2002 11:07:23 -0700
Now that I think about it, without seeing your error, your ThePhile
could be looking for the Keys directory in the C:\wrox directory.  I had
to modify all my AssemblyInfo.cs to get my ThePhile to work in my
wwwroot directory.  I put the Keys directory in the ThePhile directory
in wwwroot, then I chopped the line in all the AssemblyInfo.cs files to
look like this:
[assembly: AssemblyKeyFile(@"Keys\ThePhile.snk")]
Hope this helps,
Robert

-----Original Message-----
From: Jay Semel [mailto:ysemel@h...] 
Sent: Tuesday, May 07, 2002 6:59 PM
To: Website Programming with ASP.NET
Subject: [aspdotnet_website_programming] Re: More trouble getting
started

I was using SQL 7.0 and that didn't work for me. 

I decided to install it with sql 2000 that ships with VS.NET and that 
actually works for me!!

So everything is good in terms of that - 

Have you by any chance gotten ThePhile to work on your machine??
I have installed and compiled ThePhile and I am getting errors saying
that 
some of the assmeblies could not be found. I have been manually going in

to the locations of the assemblies and compliing them but there seems to

be alot of them that were not compiled. DId you encounter anything like 
this??

Thanks for any help - 

Jay

Message #6 by "Jay Semel" <ysemel@h...> on Tue, 7 May 2002 20:33:21
Thanks for the help Robert

I actually did modify all the assmeblies with the path to the proper key. 
That was actually my first course of action after thigs didn't work for 
me. 

I didn't try moving ThePhile to the wwwroot directory yet but I will try 
soon. Hope it works. 

Thanks again for the help


Jay

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