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Is this script like stackoverflow or what?

Is there any revenue model in this for admin because if user base increases so will be the hosting charges

No, there is not

I’m receiving an SqlException: Invalid column name ‘IsDefault’ after I’ve created a user and log out. This exception is generated when starting the application unless I remove the user from the database.

It also seems to be missing the password reset page.

requirements were changed for uploading, i did upload again with requirements. it may be approved in a few days. it can be from 2 days to 5 days from now on.

Sorry to be a pain, but is there some other way you could provide the corrected db scripts or application? I have still not been notified by Codecanyon that you have provided an update.

Sorry for inconvenience, here is the db script;

I purchased this code and do not expect any problems using it as I am an experienced .net developer. But do you have any documentation at all? I didn’t see any in the solution / project. For example it would be helpful to know the order to run the database scripts in. I assume it’s table.txt, indexes.txt, triggers.txt, and insert.txt? How would I go about changing the logo and other branding objects? I’m sure if I took the time I can figure it out but any documentation you have would be very helpful. Thanks!!

Great. You’re welcome :)

FYI. I’m not sure what version of Visual Studio you’re using but I just upgraded to VS Community 2019 and ran the latest code release that you just uploaded and everything runs perfectly. Of course I had to modify the web.config and I checked for changes in the database script file (there are none) before hand but it worked like a charm. Good work!

Thanks :)

Congratulations!!! Nice Work, Good Luck With Sale :)

thanks :)


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