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Old July 31st, 2006, 02:38 PM
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On page 26 of the book this page is listed as a reference but it is not in the downloaded code! Based on some of the other postings it seems that the Author and Wrox are getting sloppy with ASP.NET 2.0 books in that they are rushing them out too soon. Wrox was known for really good "How To" books but too many shortcuts are showing up in the books thus damaging this reputation. So can Wrox find this page and make sure the Download Code actually works - please!
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I should have all of Chapter 2 done by tonight and will post a link. The rest of the code for the book will follow as quickly as possible.

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Chapter 2 example code can be found here: http://100days.net/wrox/Chapter2.zip

Instead of making the current example code work I wrote new examples geared towards the text itself. If you have any problems with the code post here and I'll resolve it.

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Thanks Matt! I'll try them today. I'm doing it in C# so I'll translate from VB.

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Thanks for that. I was going to translate them to C# tonight. I was beat last night after I finished that and just wanted to get you guys something. Let me know if you have any problems with the code. I tested it a few times on different machines and the only problems I ran into was when I had conflicting personaliztion db's. After I deleted the db and let it regen on it's own everything was fine. Good luck.

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When I open the chapter 2 sample as a "File System" website, the page displays fine, and the verbs (min, close) show up on the WebParts. However, if I attempt to open the site as a "Local IIS" website, the page still displays fine, but the verbs (min, close) do not show up on the WebParts. Has anyone run into this problem?



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