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BOOK: ASP.NET MVC Website Programming Problem Design Solution ISBN: 9780470410950
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Old July 23rd, 2009, 05:05 AM
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On page 161 it says:

"In that chapter (chapter 4) you also developed a configuration class that would handle the <contact>
sub-element of <theBeerHouse>, with settings for the Contact form in the Contact.aspx page."

However, no configuration class is developed in chapter 4, and there is no contact sub-element in the web.config. Then again, there isn't a contact form on the example site anyway...

Why was this mentioned, and then left out of the project?

Or have I just gone completely blind?

I like the book, it's a great learning experience. But it's too bad the contact form is mentioned, and then left out, since it is an important feature on a web site (in my opinion).
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Old July 23rd, 2009, 05:14 PM
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No you aren't blind. We did say we were going to include one and they during the hustle and bustle of writing a book we forgot and it wasn't caught by us or our editors. So sorry, we hope to fix this in the next release of the MVC 2.0 book.
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