Saturday, March 27, 2004 11:45 PM bart

ASP.NET "Issue Tracker" Starter Kit

I just downloaded and installed the beta of the "Issue Tracker" starter kit to complete my collection of 'ASP.NET starter kits' installed on my machine. Although it's still in a beta stage, it's a really useful application to ... 'track issues'. During the installation, there are various options to set up the database (using Access or SQL Server) and to set up authentication (can be done with forms authentication or using Windows Authentication with or without Active Directory). You can find the solution via the well-known ASP.NET official homepage on www.asp.net.Del.icio.us | Digg It | Technorati | Blinklist | Furl | reddit | DotNetKicks

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# re: ASP.NET "Issue Tracker" Starter Kit

Saturday, November 27, 2004 6:30 AM by bart

testing

# re: ASP.NET "Issue Tracker" Starter Kit

Friday, May 27, 2005 11:03 AM by bart

mn,nb

# re: ASP.NET "Issue Tracker" Starter Kit

Wednesday, June 01, 2005 7:26 PM by bart

It's rubbish - Still full of bugs. You would think that MS would test things properly if they intend users to use the code as the basis of their projects.

Quote: The ASP.NET Starter Kits are six sample ASP.NET applications that provide code to accomplish common Web development tasks. Each sample is complete and well-documented so that you can use the code to kickstart your ASP.NET development projects today.

You can't say that and call it a beta.

# re: ASP.NET "Issue Tracker" Starter Kit

Tuesday, June 14, 2005 1:33 AM by bart

I have to agree with Boba, this thing is full of bugs. If you ignore the marketing hype though, it's not a bad beta, and there are some interesting techniques in use.