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Old December 3rd, 2004, 05:17 AM
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I have purchased this book believing that it has all the kind of application I need. Actually only the opinion polls. I find the readme.htm file too brief for such a very broad example appilcation. I've been working on it already for 3 weeks and I'm being prompt error messages one after the other. The book introduction is very attactive, but now I find the implementation to guide the user is not that helpfull. have you guys anticipated this?
The error message where I'm stuck at the moment is I couldn't open the thephileVB.sln using the visual studio.net.

Web access Failed:
The default Web access mode for this project is set to the file share, but the project folder at 'http://localhost/thephileVB' cannot opened with the path 'C:\wrox\thephileVB\thephileVB'. The error return was:

    Unable to open Web project 'ThePhileVB'. The Web 'ThePhileVB' located on server 'http://localhost' does not exist. I don't have problem building it with window2000 professional(compiling only but, I still have , invalid connection error) but with window2003, getting it loaded with visual studio.net is already a pain in the a....h.


hope to hear some help from you who took my $60.00 or from someone who feels the same amount of bucks too
 
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Well, I didn't get any of your bucks- but it sounds like your solution isn't in the directory it's expecting it in. Either rebuild the solution pointing to the proper directory or move the solution to the directory it expects it in.


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Hi Levy,
I'm just frustrated in my first mail, been in the mud from quite sometime to make it work at least. Iam running fine with my windows2000 professional, I can open the solution unlike in windows2003 server. Both solution are present on the same location as stated from the wrox book and I coudn't figure out the difference.

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quote:Originally posted by Hal Levy
 Well, I didn't get any of your bucks- but it sounds like your solution isn't in the directory it's expecting it in. Either rebuild the solution pointing to the proper directory or move the solution to the directory it expects it in.


Hal Levy
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