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ID: 21092, ASP.Net Blog Engine

by John Moshakis Email: Anonymous


This is an asp.net application for creating blogs. This demonstrates server controls, using the Borland Data Providers and the Web Data Controls.
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Updated on Sat, 13 Dec 2003 16:08:04 GMT
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Description
The download contains readme.txt, contents is as follows

BlogEngine
==========


The sample code should be unzipped to the root of your c drive.

A directory called blog will be created.

The project is composed of 2 packages and a web application. They will be located in 3 directories blogdata,
blogcontrols and blogengine

To build the complete application, perform the following steps
1) Open the project group file c:\blog\BlogEngineProjectGroup.bdsgroup in Delphi and build
the blogdata, blogcontrols and blogengine projects


The application is configured to run with cassini and can be run with the command line

blogdata.dll and blogcontrols.dll are set in the blogengine project to be copy local. To run they may
have to be copied into the blogengine\bin directory

c:\Cassini\CassiniWebServer.exe c:\blog\blogengine 8080 /

The opening page is

http://localhost:8080/Blogusers.aspx

This page lists all the blog users in the application

Click on the link register as a blog user and enter the details

The url for each blog user is

http://localhost:8080/bloglist.aspx?user_id=1

Everyone can view blog entries, a rss feed is also available

To add links and blog entries users must login, when secure pages are requested a login page will be displayed if the user is not logged in

This example demonstrates server controls, the bdp and authentication by securing specific pages in a directory.

The application data is stored in an interbase database which resides in c:\blog\blog.ib

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