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Old August 23rd, 2010, 10:12 AM
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another exercise, another brainteaser that took me a while to solve

the book tells you to publish the solution to C:wrox/getcustomers, well that didnt work, and neither making any other folder where u got full control and all rights as admin

instead(if u dont want to play around with user rights etc), publish it under C:Inetpub/wwwroot/getcustomers

this folder automaticly has the NTFS and IIS rights, im not sure which one, if both, but it does the trick
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Misken... Did you have any issues creating the Data Source on p301? My Data Source page was disabled and I was unable to add it. I also read some docs that claimed the entity framework is not available in ASP.NET...

Any idea? Did you run into this?
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Misken... Did you have any issues creating the Data Source on p301? My Data Source page was disabled and I was unable to add it. I also read some docs that claimed the entity framework is not available in ASP.NET...

Any idea? Did you run into this?
entity framework is available in ASP.NET.. im not sure but the source that claimed otherwise might have meant the older ASP

i didnt have any problems with creating the data source..
did u make the exercise a website or a "web > project"?
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You are correct... I screwed up selecting the correct project!
Thanks misken
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