Topic: ASP.NET

Silverlight® 4: Problem - Design - Solution (0470534044) cover image

Silverlight® 4: Problem - Design - Solution

Nick Lecrenski
ISBN: 978-0-470-53404-5
528 pages
April 2010
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Please note that Silverlight 4 PDS was written against the most recent release of the various Silverlight 4 development tools that were available at the time of writing. Since the book has been published there have been several new releases of the various tools that have caused code from the book to either not compile or run correctly. Every effort has been made to keep the code available on the Wiley website compiling and running against the most up to date versions of the tools available to the public and I will continue to go through the various chapter text to add to this errata document where there are differences between the printed text and the final public releases of the tools. Now that all of the final releases of the Silverlight 4 development story have been made available the latest release of the Silverlight 4 PDS code will compile and build correctly against the following software:

Silverlight 4 Runtime (RTM)
Silverlight 4 Development Tools (RTM)
Silverlight Toolkit (April 2010)
WCF RIA Services v1.0 (RTM)
WCF RIA Services Toolkit (May 2010)
SQL Server Express with Advanced Services (2008 or 2008 R2)

Please keep checking back here on the Wiley website for future updates to this errata page that will cover all of the changes that were required to compile the code successfully against the latest RTM builds of the Silverlight 4 development tools.

Error in Code
The original .mdf files located in the various projects were built against SQL Server Express Edition with Advanced Services Version 2008 R2. These are not compatible with SQL Express 2008. If you are currently running 2008 you can now build the database files using the supplied database scripts or alternatively you can download the .zip files that contain .mdf files that are compatible with version 2008. SQL Server Express 2008 R2 users are not affected by this update.

If using the script files to recreate the database in SQL Express 2008 you should note that by default the .mdf file will be created under the C:\ folder. You can change this by modifying the path in following lines at the beginning of each script file:

CREATE DATABASE [FitnessTrackerPlus] ON PRIMARY ( NAME = N'FitnessTrackerPlus', FILENAME = N'C:\FitnessTrackerPlus.mdf' , SIZE = 2048KB , MAXSIZE = UNLIMITED, FILEGROWTH = 1024KB )
( NAME = N'FitnessTrackerPlus_log', FILENAME = N'C:\FitnessTrackerPlus_log.ldf' , SIZE = 768KB , MAXSIZE = UNLIMITED, FILEGROWTH = 10%)
96 Error in Text
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Should say "SHA-1" not "SAH-1"