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    .NET Tutorial Now Available


    I have finally had the time to create a simple .NET tutorial.
    It can be found at the link below.

    New ASP.NET Tutorial
    Last edited by Memnoch; January 18th, 2005 at 01:00 PM.
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    Thnaks


    Thanks !

    Great Man for us.

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    Originally Posted by Memnoch
    I have finally had the time to create a simple .NET tutorial.
    It can be found at the link below.

    .NET Tutorial
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    hey.. very new to this forum and to .NET dev

    i loaded your tutorial, but it tells me to set 1 of the files as the start page.

    can anyone give me any help?
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    nevermind.. i figured it out

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    thanks


    hi
    it is a great for us who starts asp now. but can you try for asp.net tutorial.
    thanks in advance
    cheers
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    Originally Posted by sanjoy_roy
    hi
    it is a great for us who starts asp now. but can you try for asp.net tutorial.
    thanks in advance
    cheers
    This is a link to the ASP.NET tutorial.
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    Please can u help me


    Ive send my problem to this forum 'ASP 0177 : 800401f3'
    if u dont mind please read it
    and give me a help

    thanks
    mahrus
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    Originally Posted by mahrus
    Ive send my problem to this forum 'ASP 0177 : 800401f3'
    if u dont mind please read it
    and give me a help

    thanks
    mahrus
    What?
    Don't post questions in this thread, unless they are related to this tutorial.
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    Unhappy Not Really Sure?


    I've done the following but I think I'm missing some functionallity. In fact, I'm certain I'm missing something. This might be down to my configuration of IIS but as this is the first time I've had a go at ASP.NET then I'm completely in the dark as to what to do.

    This is what I've done:
    1. Extracted the zip file
    2. Copied all the root files from ASPTesting to C:\Inetpub\wwwroot
    3. Copied the bin and images directories to C:\Inetpub\wwwroot

    In IIS (I'm using Windows XP)
    1. I've right clicked Default Web Site and selected properties.
    2. On the Documents tab I've added Default.aspx and moved it to the top of the list
    3. I've opened my browser window by entering http://localhost/

    The browser window opens the Human Resource Adminstrator page with the Departments, Positions and Employees links. I've clicked the Departments link (I've tried the following with all links), then I've clicked the Add New Department link. This opens a window that has a Main Administration link and two pieces of text, Departments: and Department Name:. I'm guessing there should be some text boxes on this page that are produced via asp.net.

    Before I rebuilt my PC I had the whole Visual Basic.Net suite on my PC and I'd configured IIS as above. The same symptoms were given. I've recently rebuilt my PC and just installed .NET Framework 1.1 redistributable, .NET Framework 1.1 SDK and W2K SQL developer version. I've also attempted to run some very very basic asp.net scripts but these give me one of those triangle error icons in the bottom left hand corner. When I click it states a semi-colon is missing from the script. I'm guessing the PC thinks I'm using Java Script here within the <SCRIPT></SCRIPT> tabs.

    I'm really at a loss on how to configure IIS with asp.net. I've been trying for days now and I'm really struggling. This is actually connected with trying to get the demo working so I hope it's OK to post here.

    One thing I can say is that the .aspx extension does not appear in the list within IIS. ie IIS, right click Default Web Site and choose properties, Home Directory tab, click the Configuration button, Mappings tab and this is the list I refer to. Is this something to do with it?

    Honestly I'm really really stuck with this and do not know what to do. It's a good job I haven't got a dog as there is a big risk that I could harm an animal if my frustration builds up any more.

    Seriously, any help from anyone would be so so so appreciated.
    Pleeeeeeeaaaaaassssssseeeeee Help meeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.
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    Have you created the database, the database objects and changed the connectionstring within the application?
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    Oh dear!


    I haven't created any database stuff. I was looking for a readme file to tell me what to do but there isn't one. What database and table names do I need to create and what fields?

    I think I'm missing something very obvious and important here and I can only apologise if I am. Please guide me and I'll have a go.
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    Did you read the posting carefully?
    I have scripted out the database, so you can run the sql script in query analyzer and create all of the required database objects (tables, stored procedures, etc...).
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    Yes but I didn't understand


    Now I do and I'll work out how to do this as I'm also new to SQL. Yeah I know I'm rubbish.

    Thanks for replying.

    The learning curve continues!!!!!
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    Unhappy Slowly But Surely


    This is what I've done:

    1. Created a new SQL server registration in Enterprise Manager

    This now shows the standard databases of:
    Master
    Model
    MSDB
    Northwind
    Pubs
    tempdb

    2. Opened Query analyzer
    3. Opened CreateDatabase.sql
    4. Clicked execute

    I received the message "The commands completed successfully"

    It appears that there are new tables in the master database which are:
    Results
    States
    dtProperties
    Position
    Employee
    Department
    I've returned to Enterprise Manager and imported the states.xls spreadsheet data into the States table. The data was actually imported into the states$ table so I deleted the states table (Empty table) and renamed the states$ table to states. I guess something went wrong along the way.

    Now I need to know how to change the connection string.

    Please would you tell me Where this is? I've checked the global.asax file, global.asax.resx file, default.aspx file and others but to no avail. I guess I'm not looking in the correct place.

    Please help.
    (The animals are safe again. For the time being anyway!! )
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    DO NOT DO IT IN THE MASTER DATABASE!!!
    YOU MUST CREATE A NEW DATABASE!!!

    Then run the script within that database.

    Create a new login (instructions can be found on google)
    Then change the connectionstring to match the new database you created and the new username and password.

    The connectionstring is found within the clsDML.vb file.
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