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Old 01-13-2006, 10:23 PM   #1
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Asking for help in developing project

I am fresh in c#.Net programming. Recently I got a project which I am required to do the forum module for E-community Website Builder but I don't know how to start to do coding. Can anyone send me a sample coding regarding this. Thanks!

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Old 01-13-2006, 10:36 PM   #2
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.NET isn't something you just start doing. There's a lot to learn about it and the curve is steep if you have no experience in programming OOP.

You will need the VS.NET IDE. You can download an express (free) version (legal!!!) from MS here http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/express/default.aspx

after which you will probably want to do some serious studying.
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I suppose step one would be a smartly designed forum database, either in Access or SQL Server (among others).
There are some examples on the web...try googling 'Snitz Forum'. It should be freely downloadable still.
Up front, you need to consider how you will present the data, like:
Single forum or multi-category forum?
Thread posts in hierarchy or in straight-line from original post?
Administration needs to OK posts before they display?
Need to register to post? Registered posts and guest posts allowed?

Above all, if you just want to do this and don't really want to dive in head first, download a free one from the web and customize it. Or, fess up a couple hundred bucks for a ready-made app. Or, go PHP, pay for site hosting, and the host usually has ready-made forums (guestbooks) that you can use (shop around).

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