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BOOK: Professional Web Parts and Custom Controls ASP.NET ISBN: 0-7645-7860-X
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Old April 18th, 2006, 05:53 AM
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It looks like my post from yesterday got lost: First, sorry that I've taken so long to respond--I don't really have a good excuse (I have several not very good ones: I was on the road for the last 19 days and got swamped with work).

I think that the right answer is to rebuild the examples from scratch. That's going to take me about two weeks, so look for a new set of code around the end of the month. I can use the input from these posts to create a set of examples that are easier to run (or run at all).

And, to tie in my post from today, it looks like the C# examples have the most problems so I'll start with them.



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Thanks for posting Peter. Your updates would be very much appreciated. Sorry if I was rude, but the initial quality of the book/code left me feeling I'd been ripped off. And I feel sorry for all other other poor sods who've wasted as much time as myself.

If you're interrested in posting changes in the errata section of this books info page - I'd be happy to re-read the book and send you some of the problems I've found.

What happened? Why did this get rushed out without being proof-read and tested? If it was your own fault - fair enough. But if it was the publisher, then let us know.
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Is there still going to be code updates?

 


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