Visual Studio Team System (VSTS) 2010 introduces product backlog and iteration backlog workbooks and reports that will help agile teams plan and manage releases and iterations.
MSDN Magazine January 2009
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This article provides a first look at tools in Visual Studio 2010 designed to support development and deployment of SharePoint 2010 solutions. The article provides an example of designing and deploying a visual Web part.
MSDN Magazine October 2009
When I add a COM object Example.dll as reference, it will automatically generate a file called Interop.ExampleLib.dll to my bin folder. It works fine on 32-bit system but when I try it on a 64-bit my program fails to run.
I replaced the Interop.ExampleLib.dll with one that I generated a while ago using Visual Studio 2008, and it works on both 32 and 64-bit system.
Anyone knows what's the problem?
Thanks in advance!
hey guys! i have win 7, i am new to visual studio i installed it as i wanted to learn how to make app for win7 phone.
> I installed visual studio on C:/ first , because of less space i have to move it D:/
> Because of some reason whenever i open new project ( Window Phone Application ) i am getting error on main.xaml
Method not found: 'Void System.Windows.Deployment.RegisterAssembly(System.Reflection.Assembly)'.
at MS.Internal.Package.VSIsolationProviderService.CreateIsolationProvider(String originalIdentifier, Boolean isGlobal, String identity, FrameworkName frameworkName, AssemblyName appAssemblyName, IVsHierarchy hierarchy)
at MS.Internal.Package.VSIsolationProviderService.CreateIsolationProviderWorker(String identifier, IServiceProvider provider)
at MS.Internal.Package.VSIsolationProviderService.CreateIsolationProvider(String identifier, IServiceProvider provider)
In Visual Studio 2010, I have a webform, with a button that attempts to manipulate a SQL table that has a lot of data (several years & archives of 12 people's emails: emailID, bodies, to, cc, bcc, date/time). Problem has always been that with so
many emails (500,000), I had to break up the manipulation jobs a bit, or VisualStudio/ASP.Net development server would freeze up running those SQL stored procedures.
So I determined, for each (.pst) email store, a unique series that was in each emailID - for instance, person A would have 00000195195xxxxx as their emailIDs, and person B would have 00000123456xxxxxx as their email IDs - and used those 30 [or so] identifying
flags to recursively call a function that until yesterday was running my SQL stored procedures just fine.
YEsterday, while that was running, for giggles, I rebuilt the index on my table, and freaked out the development server by accident. I had to rollback the database using SQL Server Management Studio, or the database was "Suspect".
Now, my SQL Stored Procedure in that recursively called function won't run, despite the fact that the original SQL Query [that gets the identifying flags into a Datatable, and runs the sproc on each "row"] works just fine.
I think it's a setting, to protect me ... but can't
I developed a web app in VS 2010 using master pages. I am converting it to Ajax. Did an extensive amount of ClientScriptManager.RegisterHiddenField need to convert to ScriptManager.RegisterHiddenField. However, the Class SctipManager does not appear in the object browser under System.Web.UI. Am I missing an assembly? I go into MSDN System.Web.UI namespace and it appears in the documentaion under that namespace. Googling for information I keep running accross GAC something to do with Ajax extension. Looked in windows/assemblies and did not see GAC. What is GAC?
Cannot locate ScriptManager in System.Web.UI framework 4.0.
Running in any cpu mode on a 64bit machine. I believe VS 2010 is running in x86 mode.