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Old August 14th, 2007, 03:01 AM
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EswaraPrakash - try the download again (it's now renamed to SearchV1.5.zip). the method has been renamed and is in the SearchResults.aspx.cs file (as RemoveNonAsciiFromString).

let me know if there are any further issues.

[edit] added new version of zip file to prevent caching issues when downloadaing
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tried to download the Searchmodule but an unexpected error occurred!

User 'searchV1.4.zip' Cannot be found. Please check the spelling of the entry

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hazelnutz - sorry, had accidently deleted everything from my downloads folder last week when i wiped my site clean.

download now back in place!!

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Tanx Jimi!

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hazelnutz - no problem.

let me know how you get on with it.

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Can somone please explain what this means ?

attach your database to the connection node in sqlserver mgmnt express and name it something simple (in the case of the sql scripts attached, i named mine Originaltalent, you can name your's something appropriate and rename the entries in the sql too).

Do I have to create a new db ?
Mine is called ASPNETDB

Or do I have to change Originaltalent in the sql to ASPNETDB ??
Help please

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FT - yes, change the name in the script to ASPNETDB and all will be fine (as long as that's the name that you have in the database node in sqlserver management studio express).

any issues, drop me a note here.




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Ok Thanks.
But How do I run the scripts ?

My db is in VS2005


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FT, in sqlserver management studio express. once you have the database selected, just click on the new query button (just below the file menu), then paste the query into the new query window that will open up. then just click the execute button and you should be done.

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OK
When I try to attach the db in sqlserver management studio express.
I get this error


Operating system error 5: "5 (Access denied.)", (Microsoft SQL Server, Error: 5120)

Is it possible to run the scripts in VS2005 ??

 


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