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Old August 10th, 2006, 10:19 AM
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quote:So, considering this and the other posts that had issues, how would you write up an errata for those situations, and are you going to do so?
With the four steps I posted earlier today.

In fact, this is already on the errata page. From there, you can download the updated database and web.config file, and everything should work (that's what others have reported).

If I am not mistaken, you ended up doing this as well, right? Removing the <location> element and putting it back in is basically a no-op, right?

Or did you do something else that you'd like to add to the errata page??

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Imar,

No, that will do it. I did not realize this was in the errata. I guess I'm guilty of not reading the entire errata, so my apologies.

I had been messing with too many apps at once, and before I realized it, I have 0 working apps, and was working on 3 at the same time out of enthusiasm, as I am often guilty of (the enthusiasm part, that is).

I will read through the errata before I post any future problems.

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Haha, well, don't worry about that....

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