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Dec 08, 2005 05:57 PM|LINK
The problem you're facing is because you need to have Visual C# Express installed in your computer in order to complete the installation. I had the same problem. It was until I downloaded and installed VS C# that the installation worked.
Dec 16, 2005 04:01 PM|LINK
Thank you so much for your effort by putting up this starter kit. I installed it and it show no sign of failing. But i can't see it from "new project" under C# express. I unzip the file manually and tried to open it as a web project. there is no .csproj
file at the root. However there is an empty .webproj file i don't know how VS will recognize this. please advice how should i use it from here.
Your time is highly appreciated!
Dec 16, 2005 06:57 PM|LINK
Never mind, I found a way to work around it and it works perfectly fine. Thanks so much for Victor for your genorous sharing.
Dec 16, 2005 07:05 PM|LINK
You shouldn't need to unzip the file. When you install the .vsi file, it should put the .zip file in the
C:\Documents and Settings\[user]\My Documents\Visual Studio 2005\Templates\ProjectTemplates\Visual C# directory. I am using VWD Express. I'm not sure if that is different than C# Express.
Once I installed it, I restarted VWD Express and when I create a new project that is one of the options.
Hope this helps.
Dec 17, 2005 09:42 AM|LINK
I am new to .NET and I too have been trying to work with the Personal Starter Kit as a learning tool. Unfortunately, my host does not allow the user of SQL Express 2005 and SQL Server will cost extra.
I converted the "personal" database into MS Access and then used the Sample Access Provider Starter Kit to modify the Login controls to use a MS Access database. Now the project runs on two MS Access databases.
I have created a template file for you to use:
Please let me know if there are any problems.
I am net to .NET too. Thank you for this MS Access version of the tool kit. About to upload to the hosting webserver, but I am wondering how the connectionstring should look like in order to be able to connect to the provided access databases. Thank you
in advance and pls forgive my ignorance in .NET.
Dec 19, 2005 04:58 PM|LINK
I am net to .NET too. Thank you for this MS Access version of the tool kit. About to upload to the hosting webserver, but I am wondering how the connectionstring should look like in order to be able to connect to the provided access databases. Thank you in
advance and pls forgive my ignorance in .NET.
I don't think you should have to change the connectionstring at all. I believe the
Data Source=|DataDirectory|. References the App_Data directory.