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SiteFinity application's documentation (and some code) seems not to be current

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  1. Nik Ivancic
    Nik Ivancic avatar
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    23 Aug 2005
    18 Sep 2006
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    All sample websites (Primavera for example) is shipped to use the Access database - file that is a part of the distribution. For some reason this does not work out of the box, as I am suggested to install MDAC. I tried to install the most recent version of MDAC and the installation failed with the message that this functionality is already a part of Windows XP SP2.

    Trying to use SQL Server 2005 instead of Access, led to more documentation problems: the tutorial uses SQL Server 7, while I would expect SQL Server 2005 Management Studio (we are close to the end of the year 2006 :-) I tried to create a new database as close as possible to what is descrived in tutorial, but am still not sure whether I did all that is required, not even whether SiteFinity really supports SQL Server 2005.

    The documentation further suggest to run the aspnet_regsql.exe application to properly format the new database, so I did. However, going through the Sitifinity Project Manager's wizzard, I got the following message at the last step of the wizzard:

    There's a problem setting the Database.
    Please, make sure that the SQL Server Database doesn't contain 'Sitefinity' tables & objects.
    SQL Error: There is already an object named 'aspnet_Applications' in the database.

    This indicates that the Sitifinity Project Manager's wizzard tries to do some of the actions already done by aspnet_regsql.exe. True?

    Can someone describe to me how to create a SiteFinity website using the SQL Server 2005 as the database server, please?
  2. Rebecca
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    24 Sep 2012
    26 Sep 2006
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    Hello Nik,

    Thank you again for your valuable feedback. We believe we have covered all your inquiries through the support system already.

    Let us know if you have other questions or suggestions. We will gladly discuss them.

    Regards,
    the Sitefinity team
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