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Old July 29th, 2008, 01:06 AM
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Thanks so much,i cant use d admin passwrd and the recovery stuff,when i use the admin as d username and the password# as the password as instructed,the system would not allow me to log on,also as the superadmin,when i tried d password recovery method it asked me for the name of my dog which i dont know as the secret question but this is not treated in the book,what is d solution thanks

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Old July 29th, 2008, 12:11 PM
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Hi there,

I just downloaded the source, opened the web site in VWD, browsed to it in my browser and then logged in. Works fine.

So, something else must be wrong.

How did you set up the site / browse to it? What database are you using? The one in App_Data?

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am using iis, i actually installed the site on my www root files where i always keep my web files,i have installed on my system mssql 2000, also microsoft sql server 2005,but i did not change the app stuff when the installer finished the installation into the www folder,i always view it using my localhost,thanks

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Old July 30th, 2008, 07:39 AM
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quote:have installed on my system mssql 2000, also microsoft sql server 2005
Maybe that's the problem?

The setup assumes you are using .\SqlExpress. .NET will create a database for you in App_Data without users, unless you reconfigure the system.

Take a look at the Web.config file for the BugBase chapter; it shows you how to reconfigure the system so it looks for database at a location other than App_Data / .\SqlExpress.

Additionally, you may find this useful:

http://imar.spaanjaars.com/QuickDocId.aspx?quickdoc=395
http://weblogs.asp.net/scottgu/archi...25/423703.aspx

Finally, try this:

1. Take the source for the application.

2. Choose File | Open Web Site in VWD

3. Hit Ctrl+F5

Does it work then?

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i still cannot access the admin side of the panel with the user name and password
i even note that this goes for all the chapters of the book
i have read the materials u recommended but i dont know what d problem is
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Hi there,

Did you try the last 3 steps I described? Working from the original source from the Wrox site should definitely work if you have a local version of SQL Server installed at .\SqlExpress.

Otherwise, try removing the security altogether using the WSAT (or modifying web.config directly) so you can see at least what's inside. Additionally, you could try creating a brand new account using the WSAT.

If that doesn't help, you'll need to provide more information about your setup (e.g. instance name of SQL server, web server, setup of the application and so on).

Cheers,

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