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Hi,
First of all, thanks for the great book.
Some notes regarding Personalization Providers section of Chapter 15. I needed to use SQL Server 2005 instead of SQL Server 2005 Express Edition so it was the first place to go.

1. Two ways are presented to set up and configure SQL Server for the personalization framework: ASP.NET SQL Server Setup Wizard and SQL Server scripts (scripts InstallPersonalization.sql and UninstallPersonalization.sql are mentioned). But whereas aspnet_regsql.exe creates database used by SqlProfileProvider, InstallPersonalization.sql doesn’t. So strictly speaking these two approaches not completely analogues and maybe script InstallCommon.sql should be mentioned as well.

2. Page 575 contains following sentence:
Quote:
quote:When this action is completed, you can see that a new table, aspnetdb, has been created in the SQL Server Enterprise Manager.
misprint: table, aspnetdb instead of database, aspnetdb.

3.Page 579, Listing 15-23
Code:
<providers>
<clear />
<add name=”AspNetSql2000ProfileProvider”
...
provider name is AspNetSql2000ProfileProvider, but further on this page and page 580 is referenced as AspNetSql2000Provider.

Best regards
Alexei


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