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BOOK: ASP.NET 2.0 Website Programming Problem Design Solution ISBN: 978-0-7645-8464-0
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Old November 11th, 2006, 06:14 AM
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Ok,
I think I would like to see at least one usefull thing of this book.
Namely, i would like to make a forum (instantly) but all my tries to do that by myself were failures. So, would you mind if one of you (moderators, author and other staff) just extract the forum part from the project TheBeerHouse ???
I just want to have a master page which i will design later and content pages with needed things for fully functional forum. Send topics, edit and delete the same, register a new users, record the user's post number etc. All that forums does now but just extracted of the TheBeerHouse. Like a standalone website.
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What you are asking for is actually in the Instant Results Book.
I know you're unhappy about spending any more money, but go to a bookstore and browse through that book, or just download the code and try it out.

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Actually i like this forum model ... and i don't want to spend an additonal money for books. I beleive i can have a minimum benefit from bying this book.
Thanks to all of you interested to help me to extract the part forum from the project TheBeerHouse.

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You'd have to work very hard to separate out the forum code in TBH. It'd be easier to take the whole thing and remove what you don't want.

If you only want a forum module, it's much easier to get code that only does that, like YetAnotherForum (very good freeware):
http://www.yetanotherforum.net/

OR pop forums:
http://www.popforums.com/

 


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