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Message #1 by bklepac@a... on Tue, 11 Feb 2003 21:41:49
Has anyone gotten the download code (VB version) to run?  If so, what did 
you have to do to get it to run?
Message #2 by mroberts@w... on Tue, 11 Feb 2003 16:28:39 -0500
        No, I haven't although I suspect the issue has something to do 
with permissions to the virtual directory set up in IIS.

        When I remove the ProjTrackWeb project from the Visual Studio .NET 
solution, try to manually add a new ASP .NET Web Application and try to 
browse to the localhost Projects folder, the folder does not appear. 

        If I try to reference the folder Projects, I get the message "The 
folder 'Projects' isn't accessible. The folder may be located in an 
unavailable location, protected with a password, or the filename contains 
a / or \."

        If I try to create a folder called Projects, I get this message "A 
folder named 'Projects' already exists. Please enter a different name."

        Confused? Me, too.

        What experience have you had with the download code?
 




bklepac@a...
02/11/2003 04:41 PM
Please respond to "Website Programming with ASP.NET"

 
        To:     "Website Programming with ASP.NET" 
<aspdotnet_website_programming@p...>
        cc: 
        Subject:        [aspdotnet_website_programming] Download code


Has anyone gotten the download code (VB version) to run?  If so, what did 
you have to do to get it to run?
---
Professional Design Patterns in VB.NET: 
Building Adaptable Applications

Want to know how design patterns bring reusable 
design and adaptabilty to your applications? How 
to recognize the need for a design pattern 
solution? How to select, design, and implement 
the right patterns? How parts of the .NET Framework 
(like the .NET Data Providers and .NET Remoting) 
take advantage of design patterns? This book 
presents a practical approach to using design 
patterns in VB.NET, by focusing on the relevance 
of design patterns in the different tiers of a 
distributed n-tier architecture. 

http://www.wrox.com/books/1861006985.htm




Message #3 by David Barnes <DavidB@w...> on Wed, 12 Feb 2003 12:25:57 -0000
Hi

I am an editor at Wrox. What book are you talking about here?

Problems like this sort with Wrox books should be emailed to
support@w... You should mention the full title and ISBN of the book in
the subject line. That way our support people can forward your enquiry to
the relevant editor within Wrox, and he or she will help you out with
whatever problem you have.

Regards

David Barnes
Editor, Wrox Press

> -----Original Message-----
> From: mroberts@w... [mailto:mroberts@w...]
> Sent: Tuesday, February 11, 2003 9:29 PM
> To: Website Programming with ASP.NET
> Subject: [aspdotnet_website_programming] Re: Download code
> 
> 
>         No, I haven't although I suspect the issue has 
> something to do 
> with permissions to the virtual directory set up in IIS.
> 
>         When I remove the ProjTrackWeb project from the 
> Visual Studio .NET 
> solution, try to manually add a new ASP .NET Web Application 
> and try to 
> browse to the localhost Projects folder, the folder does not appear. 
> 
>         If I try to reference the folder Projects, I get the 
> message "The 
> folder 'Projects' isn't accessible. The folder may be located in an 
> unavailable location, protected with a password, or the 
> filename contains 
> a / or \."
> 
>         If I try to create a folder called Projects, I get 
> this message "A 
> folder named 'Projects' already exists. Please enter a 
> different name."
> 
>         Confused? Me, too.
> 
>         What experience have you had with the download code?
>  
> 
> 
> 
> 
> bklepac@a...
> 02/11/2003 04:41 PM
> Please respond to "Website Programming with ASP.NET"
> 
>  
>         To:     "Website Programming with ASP.NET" 
> <aspdotnet_website_programming@p...>
>         cc: 
>         Subject:        [aspdotnet_website_programming] Download code
> 
> 
> Has anyone gotten the download code (VB version) to run?  If 
> so, what did 
> you have to do to get it to run?
> ---
> Professional Design Patterns in VB.NET: 
> Building Adaptable Applications
> 
> Want to know how design patterns bring reusable 
> design and adaptabilty to your applications? How 
> to recognize the need for a design pattern 
> solution? How to select, design, and implement 
> the right patterns? How parts of the .NET Framework 
> (like the .NET Data Providers and .NET Remoting) 
> take advantage of design patterns? This book 
> presents a practical approach to using design 
> patterns in VB.NET, by focusing on the relevance 
> of design patterns in the different tiers of a 
> distributed n-tier architecture. 
> 
> http://www.wrox.com/books/1861006985.htm
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> ---
> Professional Design Patterns in VB.NET: 
> Building Adaptable Applications
> 
> Want to know how design patterns bring reusable 
> design and adaptabilty to your applications? How 
> to recognize the need for a design pattern 
> solution? How to select, design, and implement 
> the right patterns? How parts of the .NET Framework 
> (like the .NET Data Providers and .NET Remoting) 
> take advantage of design patterns? This book 
> presents a practical approach to using design 
> patterns in VB.NET, by focusing on the relevance 
> of design patterns in the different tiers of a 
> distributed n-tier architecture. 
> 
> http://www.wrox.com/books/1861006985.htm
> 
> 
Message #4 by mroberts@w... on Wed, 12 Feb 2003 08:27:54 -0500
        Hello David, 

        My response is to a link found in google about the same issue I'm 
experiencing with a Microsoft download.

        The project is a sample SQLXML .NET app (Projects and Task 
Tracking System) I downloaded from 
http://msdn.microsoft.com/code/default.asp?url=/code/sample.asp?url=/msdn-files/026/002/736/msdncompositedoc.xml

        After I posted my response, I realized the discussion might be 
related to a Wrox app with the same issue.

        The issue has not been resolved and I have been searching for a 
resolution.

        Sorry for the confusion.

        Regards

        Mark Roberts




David Barnes <DavidB@w...>
02/12/2003 07:25 AM
Please respond to "Website Programming with ASP.NET"

 
        To:     "Website Programming with ASP.NET" 
<aspdotnet_website_programming@p...>
        cc: 
        Subject:        [aspdotnet_website_programming] Re: Download code


Hi

I am an editor at Wrox. What book are you talking about here?

Problems like this sort with Wrox books should be emailed to
support@w... You should mention the full title and ISBN of the book 
in
the subject line. That way our support people can forward your enquiry to
the relevant editor within Wrox, and he or she will help you out with
whatever problem you have.

Regards

David Barnes
Editor, Wrox Press

> -----Original Message-----
> From: mroberts@w... [mailto:mroberts@w...]
> Sent: Tuesday, February 11, 2003 9:29 PM
> To: Website Programming with ASP.NET
> Subject: [aspdotnet_website_programming] Re: Download code
> 
> 
>         No, I haven't although I suspect the issue has 
> something to do 
> with permissions to the virtual directory set up in IIS.
> 
>         When I remove the ProjTrackWeb project from the 
> Visual Studio .NET 
> solution, try to manually add a new ASP .NET Web Application 
> and try to 
> browse to the localhost Projects folder, the folder does not appear. 
> 
>         If I try to reference the folder Projects, I get the 
> message "The 
> folder 'Projects' isn't accessible. The folder may be located in an 
> unavailable location, protected with a password, or the 
> filename contains 
> a / or \."
> 
>         If I try to create a folder called Projects, I get 
> this message "A 
> folder named 'Projects' already exists. Please enter a 
> different name."
> 
>         Confused? Me, too.
> 
>         What experience have you had with the download code?
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> bklepac@a...
> 02/11/2003 04:41 PM
> Please respond to "Website Programming with ASP.NET"
> 
> 
>         To:     "Website Programming with ASP.NET" 
> <aspdotnet_website_programming@p...>
>         cc: 
>         Subject:        [aspdotnet_website_programming] Download code
> 
> 
> Has anyone gotten the download code (VB version) to run?  If 
> so, what did 
> you have to do to get it to run?
> ---
> Professional Design Patterns in VB.NET: 
> Building Adaptable Applications
> 
> Want to know how design patterns bring reusable 
> design and adaptabilty to your applications? How 
> to recognize the need for a design pattern 
> solution? How to select, design, and implement 
> the right patterns? How parts of the .NET Framework 
> (like the .NET Data Providers and .NET Remoting) 
> take advantage of design patterns? This book 
> presents a practical approach to using design 
> patterns in VB.NET, by focusing on the relevance 
> of design patterns in the different tiers of a 
> distributed n-tier architecture. 
> 
> http://www.wrox.com/books/1861006985.htm
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> ---
> Professional Design Patterns in VB.NET: 
> Building Adaptable Applications
> 
> Want to know how design patterns bring reusable 
> design and adaptabilty to your applications? How 
> to recognize the need for a design pattern 
> solution? How to select, design, and implement 
> the right patterns? How parts of the .NET Framework 
> (like the .NET Data Providers and .NET Remoting) 
> take advantage of design patterns? This book 
> presents a practical approach to using design 
> patterns in VB.NET, by focusing on the relevance 
> of design patterns in the different tiers of a 
> distributed n-tier architecture. 
> 
> http://www.wrox.com/books/1861006985.htm
> 
> 

---
Professional Design Patterns in VB.NET: 
Building Adaptable Applications

Want to know how design patterns bring reusable 
design and adaptabilty to your applications? How 
to recognize the need for a design pattern 
solution? How to select, design, and implement 
the right patterns? How parts of the .NET Framework 
(like the .NET Data Providers and .NET Remoting) 
take advantage of design patterns? This book 
presents a practical approach to using design 
patterns in VB.NET, by focusing on the relevance 
of design patterns in the different tiers of a 
distributed n-tier architecture. 

http://www.wrox.com/books/1861006985.htm




Message #5 by "Simo Sentissi" <simo.sentissi@F...> on Wed, 12 Feb 2003 16:26:22 -0700
I didn't get it to work out of the box!
I noticed that the snk file has a hardcoded path in the assembly.vb file
of every project.
There is so much thing to change to get it work that I just gave up !
I am not really angry but really disappointed  because I wanna look at
something that works while I am going trough the book !

The author was talking about how to plan to host the app in any hosting
company ! how could it work on my own machine !

Simo 

-----Original Message-----
From: David Barnes [mailto:DavidB@w...]
Sent: Wednesday, February 12, 2003 5:26 AM
To: Website Programming with ASP.NET
Subject: [aspdotnet_website_programming] Re: Download code

Hi

I am an editor at Wrox. What book are you talking about here?

Problems like this sort with Wrox books should be emailed to
support@w... You should mention the full title and ISBN of the book
in
the subject line. That way our support people can forward your enquiry
to
the relevant editor within Wrox, and he or she will help you out with
whatever problem you have.

Regards

David Barnes
Editor, Wrox Press

> -----Original Message-----
> From: mroberts@w... [mailto:mroberts@w...]
> Sent: Tuesday, February 11, 2003 9:29 PM
> To: Website Programming with ASP.NET
> Subject: [aspdotnet_website_programming] Re: Download code
>
>
>         No, I haven't although I suspect the issue has
> something to do
> with permissions to the virtual directory set up in IIS.
>
>         When I remove the ProjTrackWeb project from the
> Visual Studio .NET
> solution, try to manually add a new ASP .NET Web Application
> and try to
> browse to the localhost Projects folder, the folder does not appear.
>
>         If I try to reference the folder Projects, I get the
> message "The
> folder 'Projects' isn't accessible. The folder may be located in an
> unavailable location, protected with a password, or the
> filename contains
> a / or \."
>
>         If I try to create a folder called Projects, I get
> this message "A
> folder named 'Projects' already exists. Please enter a
> different name."
>
>         Confused? Me, too.
>
>         What experience have you had with the download code?
> 
>
>
>
>
> bklepac@a...
> 02/11/2003 04:41 PM
> Please respond to "Website Programming with ASP.NET"
>
> 
>         To:     "Website Programming with ASP.NET"
> <aspdotnet_website_programming@p...>
>         cc:
>         Subject:        [aspdotnet_website_programming] Download code
>
>
> Has anyone gotten the download code (VB version) to run?  If
> so, what did
> you have to do to get it to run?
> ---
> Professional Design Patterns in VB.NET:
> Building Adaptable Applications
>
> Want to know how design patterns bring reusable
> design and adaptabilty to your applications? How
> to recognize the need for a design pattern
> solution? How to select, design, and implement
> the right patterns? How parts of the .NET Framework
> (like the .NET Data Providers and .NET Remoting)
> take advantage of design patterns? This book
> presents a practical approach to using design
> patterns in VB.NET, by focusing on the relevance
> of design patterns in the different tiers of a
> distributed n-tier architecture.
>
> http://www.wrox.com/books/1861006985.htm
>
>
>
>
>
> ---
> Professional Design Patterns in VB.NET:
> Building Adaptable Applications
>
> Want to know how design patterns bring reusable
> design and adaptabilty to your applications? How
> to recognize the need for a design pattern
> solution? How to select, design, and implement
> the right patterns? How parts of the .NET Framework
> (like the .NET Data Providers and .NET Remoting)
> take advantage of design patterns? This book
> presents a practical approach to using design
> patterns in VB.NET, by focusing on the relevance
> of design patterns in the different tiers of a
> distributed n-tier architecture.
>
> http://www.wrox.com/books/1861006985.htm
>
>

---
Professional Design Patterns in VB.NET:
Building Adaptable Applications

Want to know how design patterns bring reusable
design and adaptabilty to your applications? How
to recognize the need for a design pattern
solution? How to select, design, and implement
the right patterns? How parts of the .NET Framework
(like the .NET Data Providers and .NET Remoting)
take advantage of design patterns? This book
presents a practical approach to using design
patterns in VB.NET, by focusing on the relevance
of design patterns in the different tiers of a
distributed n-tier architecture.

http://www.wrox.com/books/1861006985.htm

Message #6 by gjm@s... on Thu, 13 Feb 2003 17:52:13

The download worked for me with no problems by following the directions on 
the readme.htm page.

One thing I recall is that the ASPNET account must have the correct 
security settings for the entire path to the site files if any folder in 
the path is more than 8 characters, which it is in my case.

I can't find the knowledge base article, but I think it was read and write 
permissions that were required. 

Gary

Message #7 by David Barnes <DavidB@w...> on Thu, 13 Feb 2003 17:59:07 -0000
Simo

I'm sorry that you've had problems getting the site running on your
computer. You should definitely email support@w..., following the
instructions in the Introduction of the book.

Our support people will be happy to help you if they can, and if they can't
they will pass your messages onto the editors or authors that worked on the
book. There is a good chance other people have had similar problems to you,
and that there is already a far simpler solution.

Even if there isn't, your feedback will be very useful in helping us get our
books and code downloads right in the future.

For this particular issue, you might find that you can use VS.NET's Replace
In Files feature to replace all instances of the hardcoded path to the SNK
file. If this doesn't help you, then please email support. They will be able
to help.

I hope you do get the site working soon, and that you go on to enjoy the
book.

Regards

David Barnes
Editor, Wrox Press

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Simo Sentissi [mailto:simo.sentissi@F...]
> Sent: Wednesday, February 12, 2003 11:26 PM
> To: Website Programming with ASP.NET
> Subject: [aspdotnet_website_programming] Re: Download code
> 
> 
> I didn't get it to work out of the box!
> I noticed that the snk file has a hardcoded path in the 
> assembly.vb file
> of every project. 
> There is so much thing to change to get it work that I just gave up ! 
> I am not really angry but really disappointed  because I wanna look at
> something that works while I am going trough the book ! 
> 
> The author was talking about how to plan to host the app in 
> any hosting
> company ! how could it work on my own machine ! 
> 
> Simo  
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: David Barnes [mailto:DavidB@w...] 
> Sent: Wednesday, February 12, 2003 5:26 AM
> To: Website Programming with ASP.NET
> Subject: [aspdotnet_website_programming] Re: Download code
> 
> Hi
> 
> I am an editor at Wrox. What book are you talking about here?
> 
> Problems like this sort with Wrox books should be emailed to
> support@w... You should mention the full title and ISBN 
> of the book
> in
> the subject line. That way our support people can forward your enquiry
> to
> the relevant editor within Wrox, and he or she will help you out with
> whatever problem you have.
> 
> Regards
> 
> David Barnes
> Editor, Wrox Press
> 
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: mroberts@w... [mailto:mroberts@w...]
> > Sent: Tuesday, February 11, 2003 9:29 PM
> > To: Website Programming with ASP.NET
> > Subject: [aspdotnet_website_programming] Re: Download code
> > 
> > 
> >         No, I haven't although I suspect the issue has 
> > something to do 
> > with permissions to the virtual directory set up in IIS.
> > 
> >         When I remove the ProjTrackWeb project from the 
> > Visual Studio .NET 
> > solution, try to manually add a new ASP .NET Web Application 
> > and try to 
> > browse to the localhost Projects folder, the folder does 
> not appear. 
> > 
> >         If I try to reference the folder Projects, I get the 
> > message "The 
> > folder 'Projects' isn't accessible. The folder may be located in an 
> > unavailable location, protected with a password, or the 
> > filename contains 
> > a / or \."
> > 
> >         If I try to create a folder called Projects, I get 
> > this message "A 
> > folder named 'Projects' already exists. Please enter a 
> > different name."
> > 
> >         Confused? Me, too.
> > 
> >         What experience have you had with the download code?
> >  
> > 
> > 
> > 
> > 
> > bklepac@a...
> > 02/11/2003 04:41 PM
> > Please respond to "Website Programming with ASP.NET"
> > 
> >  
> >         To:     "Website Programming with ASP.NET" 
> > <aspdotnet_website_programming@p...>
> >         cc: 
> >         Subject:        [aspdotnet_website_programming] 
> Download code
> > 
> > 
> > Has anyone gotten the download code (VB version) to run?  If 
> > so, what did 
> > you have to do to get it to run?
> > ---
> > Professional Design Patterns in VB.NET: 
> > Building Adaptable Applications
> > 
> > Want to know how design patterns bring reusable 
> > design and adaptabilty to your applications? How 
> > to recognize the need for a design pattern 
> > solution? How to select, design, and implement 
> > the right patterns? How parts of the .NET Framework 
> > (like the .NET Data Providers and .NET Remoting) 
> > take advantage of design patterns? This book 
> > presents a practical approach to using design 
> > patterns in VB.NET, by focusing on the relevance 
> > of design patterns in the different tiers of a 
> > distributed n-tier architecture. 
> > 
> > http://www.wrox.com/books/1861006985.htm
> > 
> > 
> > 
> > 
> > 
> > ---
> > Professional Design Patterns in VB.NET: 
> > Building Adaptable Applications
> > 
> > Want to know how design patterns bring reusable 
> > design and adaptabilty to your applications? How 
> > to recognize the need for a design pattern 
> > solution? How to select, design, and implement 
> > the right patterns? How parts of the .NET Framework 
> > (like the .NET Data Providers and .NET Remoting) 
> > take advantage of design patterns? This book 
> > presents a practical approach to using design 
> > patterns in VB.NET, by focusing on the relevance 
> > of design patterns in the different tiers of a 
> > distributed n-tier architecture. 
> > 
> > http://www.wrox.com/books/1861006985.htm
> > 
> > 
> 
> ---
> Professional Design Patterns in VB.NET: 
> Building Adaptable Applications
> 
> Want to know how design patterns bring reusable 
> design and adaptabilty to your applications? How 
> to recognize the need for a design pattern 
> solution? How to select, design, and implement 
> the right patterns? How parts of the .NET Framework 
> (like the .NET Data Providers and .NET Remoting) 
> take advantage of design patterns? This book 
> presents a practical approach to using design 
> patterns in VB.NET, by focusing on the relevance 
> of design patterns in the different tiers of a 
> distributed n-tier architecture. 
> 
> http://www.wrox.com/books/1861006985.htm
> 
> 
> ---
> Professional Design Patterns in VB.NET: 
> Building Adaptable Applications
> 
> Want to know how design patterns bring reusable 
> design and adaptabilty to your applications? How 
> to recognize the need for a design pattern 
> solution? How to select, design, and implement 
> the right patterns? How parts of the .NET Framework 
> (like the .NET Data Providers and .NET Remoting) 
> take advantage of design patterns? This book 
> presents a practical approach to using design 
> patterns in VB.NET, by focusing on the relevance 
> of design patterns in the different tiers of a 
> distributed n-tier architecture. 
> 
> http://www.wrox.com/books/1861006985.htm
> 
> 

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