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aspdotnet_website_programming thread: Wrox.WebModules.Core.DLL


Message #1 by "Danny Goldner" <danny@a...> on Fri, 14 Feb 2003 19:56:19
I have just started to work with this book, although I don't know how to 
use SQL Server, but I intend to change the relevant code to work with 
ACCESS 2000. I hope it want be that difficult. 

I am now only on page 34 and I didn't understand this line:
"Each of the next three classes we're going to cover will be in the 
Wrox.WebModuled.Core.DLL assembly that we just set up."

What did you mean? I have all the folders needed: Wrox --> WebModules --> 
Core, but what is the DLL mean? Is it another folder under the folder Core 
I need to open in my project? I did open my C# Class Library with the 
changes in Properties and the AssemblyInfo.cs file, but I don't know where 
all the classes code need to be written. 
Message #2 by "Yier Ouyang" <yier34@y...> on Tue, 18 Feb 2003 09:47:15
Hi,

Probably you got the answer now. after complied the class project which 
includes three classes will produce the Core.DLL assembly.

It is difficuly to make the the book sample website work with Access 
2000, since there are many store procedures in the sample which work with 
SQL Server, but Access 2000 does not have store procedure feature.

Yier

> I have just started to work with this book, although I don't know how 
to 
u> se SQL Server, but I intend to change the relevant code to work with 
A> CCESS 2000. I hope it want be that difficult. 

> I am now only on page 34 and I didn't understand this line:
"> Each of the next three classes we're going to cover will be in the 
W> rox.WebModuled.Core.DLL assembly that we just set up."

> What did you mean? I have all the folders needed: Wrox --> WebModules --
> 
C> ore, but what is the DLL mean? Is it another folder under the folder 
Core 
I>  need to open in my project? I did open my C# Class Library with the 
c> hanges in Properties and the AssemblyInfo.cs file, but I don't know 
where 
a> ll the classes code need to be written. 

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