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I think I will wait for the next stable release of the code.

Unfortunately, I just don't have time to get this working. I'm up to my eyeballs with Sharepoint right now.

Thank you very much for helping me out. With the next release, if I can :
  1. open the solution,
  2. write into the config file/s the database server details, then
  3. hit F5 to see the site open up in a browser.
- mission accomplished. That's how it was with the last book.

Good luck on that and have a happy festive season.
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I had a go at running the VB.NET solution. This is how it went...
I double clicked the sln file in the top-most directory, after extracting the zip file download.
There were three dialogs that popped up as VS started to load the solution.
First there was this:
http://i167.photobucket.com/albums/u...und/error1.png
Then this:
http://i167.photobucket.com/albums/u...und/error2.png
Then this:
http://i167.photobucket.com/albums/u...und/dialog.png

After I got through that, I removed the deploy directory (which was greyed out), then pointed the ConnectionStrings to my database. I made Default.aspx the start page and hit F5. Error:
http://i167.photobucket.com/albums/u...und/error3.png

I'm posting these pics in the spirit of helping out in bug-fixing. To re-create the errors, I recommend downloading the zip file from Codeplex and follow my steps above (on a machine other than the one you developed the app on).

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I don't think you have Visual Studio 2008 SP 1 installed from the message in the dialogs.
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VS SP1: http://i167.photobucket.com/albums/u...ound/VSSP1.png

It has to be something else.
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I wonder since you said you double-clicked the solution if you may not have that mapped to VS 2k5. The solutions are all 2k8 SP1 with the DB of SQL 2k8
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Unfortunately, I just don't have time to get this working. I'm up to my eyeballs with Sharepoint right now.
How is your experience with Sharepoint. It seems like a glorified content management system with little more to offer than some administrative consoles and you're saddled with "MS HTML". :P Yuck.

And you are not the first person who's comments make it seem like a real bear to deal with.
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I don't have VS 2k5 on my machine. But to be double sure, I opened VS 2008 and then opened the solution via the file menu. I still got the same error messages.

The last error message (to do with the SiteMapInfo) - they was my fault. I duffed the ConnectionString.

However, if I run the application, then click on Articles (on top menu), then Beer Related Articles, I get a 404 error. The url that it is looking for is localhost:1503/BeerHouse35/category-beer-related-articles
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However, if I run the application, then click on Articles (on top menu), then Beer Related Articles, I get a 404 error. The url that it is looking for is localhost:1503/BeerHouse35/category-beer-related-articles

Yeah, those URLs have been muffed since the early versions of the source code I saw back in 2008.

They still are in the live version of the site too:

http://beerhouse.extremewebworks.com...ategories.aspx

Don't know why they wouldn't have been fixed. This doesn't seem that hard.
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Really. As soon as I can find the time, I'm going to have a good, hard look at that.

I'm over-committed already at the minute, but I should have time in the near future.
 


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