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    After many trials and tribulations I've got the text box and the submit button to appear on the ListDepartments.aspx page.

    I've received an error which states Login failed for user Steve. I'm sure I can find out why this is happening in time. For the record I've changed the connection string which now includes the new login details of the user I created and I have created a new SQL database. I'm not using the MASTER DATABASE now after being well and truly told off!!!!

    OK, and I think this is very important, the reason I couldn't get the submit button and the text button was due to the registration of the .NET framework.

    This is what I did to correct it.

    Open a command window
    Change directory to C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v1.1.4322 (I'm using WindowsXP)
    Execute aspnet_regiis.exe –i
    From the command prompt execute the following (Reset web services)
    net stop iisadmin /y
    net start w3svc
    net start smtpsvc


    After this my asp.net page worked. Phew!!!




    I'm now going to continue and attempt to sort out my login problem. I'm also going to start a new thread with this fix as someone else might be struggling too. I hope this is the right thing to do!!

    Thank you for all of your help Memnoch.(Steve?)
    Last edited by PhilCollins99; February 25th, 2005 at 12:23 PM. Reason: Formatting Messed Up In The Original Post
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    Create a new Login (User) in SQL Server, give that login (dbowner) rights on your new database, then just change the connectionstring and replace the Username and password with the username and password of the newly created login.
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    hi jennydrob222 ,

    please create new thread for new post. asp.net life cycle has main 7 stages(Event)
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