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Beautiful suggestion by Max adamhenry 16-Jul-19 18:23
Thanks for sharing some beauty tips, Max. I think it must help me to develop my business.
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php site not working Member 14402195 20-May-19 19:35
hi. i have downloadd php vrsion but its not working . no documentation provided. pls reply
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Re: php site not working adamhenry 19-Jul-19 19:38

Redownload it.

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Real Estate Property Management Website

andrewpalmerz 19-Dec-14 7:50
I was hoping to get some feedback on our new website. What do you like and don’t like about it.

Andrew

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Re: Real Estate Property Management Website

adamhenry 17-Jul-19 19:25

It’s really a beautiful recommendation. Thanks for the link.

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ASP.net version Member 4675195 19-Apr-11 13:10
nice application and well designed
i am interested in asp.net version
can you help me ?
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RETS Aysha Qaiser 10-Oct-06 19:06
Has anyone implemented the Real estate website using the Real Estate Transaction Standard
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Lack of Security

Michael Winter 22-Apr-05 18:12
While I appriciate what you have done here, your whole site is completely Vulnerable. Just based on what I see in the “article” you have failed to code securely.

Example: SQL Injection Attack Vulnerable.

There is currently a whole series of MSDN Webcasts called Digital Black Belt. The series relates to secure coding practices.

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details on this

aa2max 22-Apr-05 19:10

Michael Winter wrote:
your whole site is completely Vulnerable.
Just based on what I see in the “article” you have failed to code securely. I find it would be extremely difficult to determine something like that based on picking out 5 lines of code in the middle of an entire page of code. If you have looked at the entire code and the include files that are part of it, then please elaborate on how you came to the conclusion that the “whole site is completely Vulnerable.” The page which contains this code is only accesible based on a session set by an admin login only, which then the variables are checked for valid data by a function in a common include file. I am not claiming at all that the code is 100% bug free and 100% secure, (not many programmers could), however, making such I strong statement, I think it would deserve much greater detail on this. Thanks.

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Re: details on this Michael Winter 23-Apr-05 4:57

I don’t know if all your code is unsecure. What I said was the whole site is vulnerable. One opening for SQL Injection attacks basically negates the security of the sight.

I think the easiest way to explain this is by viewing the MSDN Webcast on SQL Injection Attacks Part 1. There is a very effective demonstration that illustrates how one opening like the one I showed can render the entire site vulnerable. There isn’t enough space to get into the whole thing here but I have found the same vulnerability in your login script.

I will download your code and look at your include file but really, this is such an easy threat to negate with Asp.Net by using parameterized queries.

Please not that my comments are meant as educational. I am not trashing what you have done here.

In the future we will be able to return to the present.

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Re: details on this

Bradml 18-Nov-06 1:24

Actually your script, if vulnerable to an SQL injection, is very unsafe to use. I would rewrite it to incorporate some basic validation. It isn’t hard.

is only accesible based on a session set by an admin login only

That is no way to base a security system, Just because only certain people can exploit it does not mean that it isn’t an issue.

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Looks good, but.

WillemM 22-Apr-05 7:50
This isn’t the place to advertise for your project. Although it looks nice and it works good, this place isn’t meant for that.

The place for these kind of projects is:

You can open a workspace there and share it with others. That way you can not only make the project available to the public, but also improve it with the help of others.

What about weapons of mass-construction?

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Re: Looks good, but.

aa2max 22-Apr-05 8:01

Please read the codeproject.com guide for contributing articles before you comment. This article meets and/or exceeds all of them. The link you mention is for asp.net projects which this is not. By your logic, your own articles are also then advertisements for projects as well.

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Re: Looks good, but. Jerry Hammond 22-Apr-05 8:14

Obviously the editors see it differently, eh?

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The reason you’re receiving low ratings for this article

Gary Wheeler 20-Apr-05 7:15
is that it reads like an advertisement for a product. Code Project readers are interested in how you created a real estate web site, not the site itself.

Software Zen: delete this;

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Re: sorry you feel that way.

aa2max 20-Apr-05 7:23

There are thousands of lines of code in the product, there is no way to really explain each part of it here.I could explain some small parts of the code, but there is no way to cover the entire scope, so I chose to give an overview of the code and what it can do. I am sorry you feel it is an advertisement, but you could say that about every piece of code/product listed here on this site.

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Re: sorry you feel that way. Eric Kenslow 20-Apr-05 7:50

This is certainly just an ad, there’s really no way to talk your way around that. If it were an actual article there would be a discussion of what was interesting and novel in the code. Instead you’re just squatting on a programming website to talk up a product that is unrelated to programming.


Eric
Move along, nothing to see here.

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criticize

aa2max 20-Apr-05 8:06

The article is a work in progress, and I update and add to it as time allows. I notice you like to go around and criticize other folks articles. Maybe you should consider contributing instead of just putting down others work.

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Re: criticize

Gerard Nicol 20-Apr-05 14:11

I am someone who usually does not criticise and I have to agree with the critic.

In fact after having a quick look at you article I went right to the bottom expecting to see criticism.

There are plenty of other avenues to spruik your product (like Tucows etc).

Otherwise let’s see the source!

Gerard

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You obviously didn’t even read the article.

aa2max 20-Apr-05 15:10

You write “Otherwise let’s see the source!”

The ENTIRE SOURCE is right there for download! Obviously you didn’t even read the article. Folks here take time to explain a product, provide full complete code that I spend many, many hours building and I get criticized for it. Forget it, this is really frustrating place. Maybe you guys need to back and read what this site is about. Please read the guide for articles straight from codeproject.

* Write a brief description of your code, including what it is, what it does, and how to use it in your projects.
* Explain any tricky problems that you solved while developing the code. It makes great reading and helps others solve similar problems.
* Comment your code
* Include a small screen shot
* Prepare a small app to demonstrate the code (only if appropriate)

This article does all those things and more. You are entitled to your opinion, but unless you have a problem with the code itself or a specific question on how it works, dont’ post a comment just to critisize someone else, or at the very least please read the article first.

Frustrated.

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Re: You obviously didn’t even read the article.

Gerard Nicol 20-Apr-05 15:59

Dude there is not much to read.

There does not seem to be a point to it all.

I would have been interested to know:

(1) Why did you write the code? Are there alternatives
(2) Why did you write it in the chosen language and on the chosen platform
(3) Why are you giving it away
(4) Who will be supporting it

You should make your source available for download via CodeProject, people should not have to go to your website to download (people are sceptical about this type of thing).

And you do not make it clear that it is the source can download.

Criticism is not always a bad thing, perhaps if you post again you might have learned something about how to write a better article that contributes something back to a site that helps us all.

Gerard (not Gerald).

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Re: You obviously didn’t even read the article.

aa2max 20-Apr-05 17:11

Okay, so you didn’t like the article. I’m fine with that, everyone has a right to an opinion. I just wish you would have read the article and then ask your questions about it or inquire for more information.

(1) Why did you write the code? Are there alternatives

“I wrote this for my own use, I wanted my own code from scratch that I would understand and could customize to my own preference. The alternatives I found did not meet the specific needs I wanted.”

(2) Why did you write it in the chosen language and on the chosen platform

“ASP is what I know best and am most familiar with, I am working towards asp.net, but I have a lot to learn about it yet.”

(3) Why are you giving it away

“I am giving it away simply for the enjoyment that others may find it useful or find some way to benefit from some or all the code.

(4) Who will be supporting it

“I give away complete source so the user can support it themselves. The point of GPL is that anyone famailiar with asp should be able to support and understand the code.”

I don’t want to sit here and defend an article about some free code I put out, so perhaps I will re-think the sharing of code from now on, it just doesn’t seem worth it.

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Re: You obviously didn’t even read the article.

spforeman 21-Apr-05 22:43

I’d like to leap to the defence of aa2max on this one.

I can agree with a couple of the points the critics have made but I certainly don’t think the author deserves the amount of negative (non constructive) feedback he is getting.

Of course the article may have been updated since the comments were made, but I can see links to the source, a description of some problems and certain select pieces of code etc.

As for advertising, yes the author is advertising his source code, who isn’t, but it is FREE!

So what the code is on another website? I could understand if you had to register with someone to get it, but it is on Source Forge for goodness sake! Let them use up their disk space and bandwidth hosting the code and keep Code Project free for more articles.

As the author points out (and is quite frankly obvious) the code for this sort of project is large and it wouldn’t be possible to cover all of it in one article. I can see comments on select parts of the source. It’s enough to wet my appetite to look at the source for myself.

Everyone is entitled to their own opinion, those were mine. Enough about the feedback, here are my comments.

I came to this article in the first place because I have a general interest in database driven web sites and asp. I am a developer but not of web apps so I was looking for something web based that I could look at to get some examples from. I enjoyed the article and have downloaded the code from SourceForge to look at more in my spare time.

My only request / comment (not critisism) is that a few more code explanations would be helpful. I say that as the article interests me and as a web novice I would like to know more.

Hopefully we will see more articles and updates in the future.

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Re: You obviously didn’t even read the article.

Anonymous 31-Aug-05 13:32

Hi i think i am so late to add comments on this artical but i really want to appriciate his work and i also use your code to develope one site. And hey looks like these all other people who are criticizing may have paid solution and they dont want you to sell ur code free ..

but belive me your code really save my lot of time. Thanx a lot for such a wonderful work.

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Re: You obviously didn’t even read the article.

adamhenry 18-Jul-19 18:34

I agree with you.

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