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Default Single Typo in 'Final' VB Code - causes 37 errors

There is a single typo in the final VB code (downloaded from wrox.com on 09 Nov 2006) that causes 37 compile errors until fixed.

In the web project file Controls/ProductListing.ascx.vb, the 'Inherits BaseWebPart' statement is commented out. If the application is compiled as-is, I receive 37 errors in VS Studio 2005 Std Ed. When I remove the comment ' symbol and allow the class to inherit BaseWebPart, the application compiles successfully.

Please fix the download code.

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There is a single typo in the final VB code (downloaded from wrox.com on 09 Nov 2006) that causes 37 compile errors until fixed.

In the web project file Controls/ProductListing.ascx.vb, the 'Inherits BaseWebPart' statement is commented out. If the application is compiled as-is, I receive 37 errors in VS Studio 2005 Std Ed. When I remove the comment ' symbol and allow the class to inherit BaseWebPart, the application compiles successfully.

Please fix the download code.

Kevin

The bug is still there on the TheBeerHouseVB-final.zip and wasted hours of my time two and a half years later.
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Another thing that caused me a lot of grief is if you are using the free version of Visual Web Developer (Express edition), you cannot open the entire project file and run it. It gives errors and will not compile. You have to open the TBH_Web folder and fix the error mentioned, then it will run fine. For someone new to this stuff like me, it can take a while to figure this stuff out.
 


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