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Building Websites with DotNetNuke 5 by Ian Lackey, Michael Washington

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The EditShopList page

The EditShopList web user control will be used by the portal administrator to insert, edit, and delete coffee shops. We will replace all the existing code created in Chapter 7, Custom Module Development, with new code that will use the Linq to SQL DataContext class to connect to the database.

Although we will go through quite a bit of code in this section, we do not cover every single line. To help you as you work through the section, the complete source code is available for download from the publisher's site (http://www.packtpub.com/files/code/9928_Code.zip).

The EditShopList.ascx file

In Visual Studio, under the Coffee Shop Listing folder that is under the DesktopModules folder (CoffeeShopCSharp if using C# and CoffeeShopVB ...

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