Topic: ASP.NET

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Beginning ASP.NET 2.0 and Databases

John Kauffman, Bradley Millington
ISBN: 978-0-471-78134-9
Paperback
535 pages
August 2006
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ChapterPageDetailsDatePrint Run
25 Error in Text
page 25, second to last line of the first paragraph:

Text reads:
[au-id]=@au_id

Should read:
[au_id]=@au_id
09/08/2006
99 Error in Code
top of page (end of step 4 of the previous page "Try it out"):
lines 2 and 4:
AccessNorthwindWorkgroup

should be:
MdbNorthwindWorkgroup
9/29/06
223 Error in Text
Page 223, Try it Out #0903, Step 2, Second sentence:

Text reads:
“… and set the column to au_lname…”

Should be:
“… and set the column to state…”
11/08/06
12 303-4, 315 re: Constraint in the Pubs Table
online errata only, no printed book correction:

John Kauffman here, with my thanks to poster "rsearing" who discovered a constraint in the Pubs table that was unknown to me. This is not a correction per se, but an additional few sentences I should have included.
The Pubs.Employees.EmpId used in TIO 1204 (page 315) allows the reader to create a new employee. When entering values, the EmpID must be of the form of 3 letters, 5 digits and then either (M or F). Examples can be seen by going to the Database Explorer, selecting down to the Pubs > Tables > Employees and showing the data of the table.
Existing EmpId values include:
PMA42628M Paolo M Accorti
PSA89086M Pedro S Afonso
VPA30890F Victoria P Ashworth
10/12/06