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@@ -18,6 +18,8 @@ The first commercial customer of Suteki Shop is Jump the Gun, a 'Mod' fashion re
Berin Iwlew has built a very cool site using Suteki Shop, Vladimir Arts: http://www.vladimirarts.com/
+Utlity Great Britain also use Suteki Shop. A very nice design by @thetalldesigner http://www.utilitygreatbritain.co.uk/
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The main author is Mike Hadlow. His blog can be found here: http://mikehadlow.blogspot.com, and here are some Suteki Shop related posts
The suteki shop discussion group is here: http://groups.google.com/group/sutekishop
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Pre-requisites
You will need Visual Studio 2010 and a SQL Server 2008 instance.
-Get the source code
-Get the latest version of the code from http://code.google.com/p/sutekishop/source/checkout.
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-(use a subversion client such as http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/).
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Build
Open the Suteki.Shop\Suteki.Shop.sln file in Visual Studio 2010. You should be able to build the solution.
Create the Database
-Check the "SutekiShopConnectionString?" in Suteki.Shop\Suteki.Shop.CreateDb?\App.Config, make sure the connection string is pointing at your SQL Server database and has DB Creation rights.
+Check the "SutekiShopConnectionString" in Suteki.Shop\Suteki.Shop.CreateDb?\App.Config, make sure the connection string is pointing at your SQL Server database and has DB Creation rights.
Run the Suteki.Shop.CreateDb? console project, you should see the following output:
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