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BOOK: ASP.NET 2.0 Website Programming Problem Design Solution ISBN: 978-0-7645-8464-0
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Hi,

I might be missing something or just not as familiar with the tools as I should be but I am trying to create the CustomEvents resource which is outlined at the end of chapter 3 and I am having a bit of an issue. Can someone walk me through how to get the project to look like it is suppose to?

I created a new empty website calling the folder TBH_CustomEvents, added a new C# class called CustomEvents.cs which was placed into the App_Code folder (default). I then entered the code provided by the book. However now when I go to publish mine does not look like either the final code provided by WROX or the chapter by chapter provided by MythicalMe. So to say the least I am a bit stumped. Any help would be great.

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CustomEvents is a project, not a web site. You need to open the main web site, Add a New Project to the solution, name it CustomEvents, and away you go.
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Hi,

Thanks for your help. I found out that it was the class library after trial and error and then discovered the solution later. I am just not that familiar with the IDE as I should be, but I am learning!! =)

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