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Last post Jul 06, 2005 07:33 PM by sydkahn
Jun 15, 2005 03:05 PM|LINK
Sorry folks, but that is one of the worst demo installation experiences I've had from any software company. My assumption was that I could download a compressed website that I could simply open with VS Dev Express, run, and modify. Not so. I got the 8.3
file names, nothing would serve, and I've spent the morning trying to figure out the problem. This is very frustrating and not a great way to get people to want to look at the technology. Please fix this process or you're going to lose people quickly. The
buzz about the technology is good, but the demo installation process is bad.
Jun 28, 2005 12:03 PM|LINK
Jul 02, 2005 04:59 AM|LINK
The package is some kind of template that does not install properly.
You can see in the file mytemplate.vstemplate that the 8.3 filenames actually need to be renamed to proper filenames and there the asp.net structure turns up.
So is is no asp compatibility thing, just badly installed stuff
Jul 06, 2005 07:33 PM|LINK
The file download was a VSI - it installs into the Visual Web Designer as a "template". In the designer you click new website - and select the installed club template - "two clicks = 1 website" Too Kewl.