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Posted By:      Posted Date: September 28, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net


I am a PHP developer and have been asked to make some slight amendments to an ASP.net site.  Im pretty confident I can make these amendments but the biggest challenge seems to be getting the actual site up and running on my own server!

I have a had lots of errors with regards to the paths to files, as the website is linked absolutley to the root folder and on my development server I cannot have the files at the root.  I have therefore worked my way through some of the files making the paths relative so I can at least see some of the site running but then I came accross this error:

CS0103: The name 'Data' does not exist in the current context
Line 5:    protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs args)
Line 6:    {
Line 7:      rptNews.DataSource = Data.NewsArticle.GetLatestNews(3);
Line 8:      rptNews.DataBind();
Line 9:    } 
I assume this is something to do with data being called from a database.  If so, can someone help me on how to get the site and database up and running as I

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