ASP.Net Club Site Starter Kit
- Technology: ASP.Net 2.0/Dataset
- Language: c#
Original Open Source Application
- Technology: ASP.Net 2.0
- Source: http://www.asp.net/downloads/starter-kits/club
- Forum: http://forums.asp.net/1004.aspx/1?Club+Web+Site+Starter+Kit
A starting point for creating a web site for your club or organization. Includes a news posting, calendaring, member directory, and photo album systems.
Create news announcements and news articles with photos or links to a photo album. Create and view Membership lists of club members. Create photo albums and share the photos from your club activities.
Create news announcements and news articles with photos or links to a photo album
- Create club events viewable as a list or calendar
- Download events to Outlook or other calendaring application
- Separate pages for club events occurring in different locations
- Use for directions and facility information
Create photo albums and share the photos from your club activities
Create and view Membership lists of club members
Technologies and Design Approaches Demonstrated:
- Databound events calendar
- Customized web controls
- Data binding
1ManDay.com App: ASP.Net Club Site Starter Kit
This App contains the all portions of the ASP.Net Club Site Starter Kit related source code, including data access layer (DAL), business logic layer (BLL) and user interface.
Setup and Running
Database Setup - Easy Way (for local installaion of SQL Express)
- Skip this step if using Windows Authentication and the server instance is localhost\SQLExpress. Open and edit \App_Data\Setup.bat to give the correct value for variable DBUser, DBPwd and DBServer.
- Double click \App_Data\Setup.bat to execute the batch command scipt file to create database and tables.
Database Setup - Custom Way
- Run \App_Data\CreateDatabase.sql in Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio to create database "[Your App Name]_1ManDay_CSv1".
- Run \App_Data\CreateTables.sql in Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio to create databaes tables on database "[Your App Name]_1ManDay_CSv1".
- Run aspnet_regsql.exe against the new database "[Your App Name]_1ManDay_CSv1".
Source Code Setup
- Open App folder in Visual Studio as a Web Site.
- Open \web.config. Modify the database connection string in <connectionStrings> if your SQL Server instance is not ".\SQLExpress" or not using Windows Authentication.
- Build and run the web site.
Running this App
- Click "Register" link in User Login page.
- There is no role associated with newly created users. You can add users to role Administrators by clicking ASP.NET Configuration in Website menu of Visual Studio.
Things to Note
- If your App contains more than 1 object, you have to
- Modify web.sitemap file to manage the menu items in top menu;
- Modify \Default.aspx to remove unnecessary Recent list;