Here Brian Randell presents everything you need to know to get started with Visual Studio 2005 Team Edition for Database Professionals.
Brian A. Randell
MSDN Magazine February 2007
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Visual Studio 2005 introduces a new model that lets you define your own project templates and starter kits, something developers have been requesting for some time. Here Matt Milner shows you how to consume, create, and customize these templates.
MSDN Magazine January 2006
In this article, Chris Menegay shows you how to use Team System throughout your software development lifecycle. He covers both the client tools available with Visual Studio Team Suite and the server features enabled by Team Foundation Server.
MSDN Magazine Visual Studio 2005 Guided Tour 2006
Visual Studio 2005 Team System includes tools to help project managers, architects, developers, testers, and even development managers. In this article, the author provides an overview of Team System using the Visual Studio 2005 December Community Technology Preview, shows you how to set up a development project, and explores the typical development process, from inception through testing.
MSDN Magazine April 2005
There's no magic behind how the TFS Power Tools were integrated with Team Explorer, and we'll show you how to expose your own custom features inside the Team Explorer window.
Brian A. Randell, Marcel de Vries
MSDN Magazine December 2009
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
This article discusses a new load test tool in Visual Studio 2005 Team System for performance and stress testing your Web sites, Web services, and other server components. Combined with its handy reporting capabilities, the load test tool provides some powerful options for sharing and managing test results.
MSDN Magazine June 2006
I have been working on this project for weeks. Every thing was fine. But all of sudden today, I got this error: Page cannot be displayed when I was trying to debug as usual.
I searched online for solution. Only one solution was found at http://hubpages.com/hub/ASPNET-DEVELOPMENT-SERVER--WEB-PAGE-CANNOT-BE-DISPLAYED. But when I followed its steps, I found in my hosts file, it is already like this: 127.0.0.1 localhost
I cannot continue to work without testing finished form pages.
Could somebody please help?
i am new to .net field , currently i am using Visual Studio 2005, Sql Server 2005(not express editions). Now while creating a website when i want to add a database through VS 2005 >App_Data>"New Item">Sql Database...i am getting an error "Connections to SQL Server Files (*.mdf) require SQL Server Express 2005 to function properly. Please verify the installation of the component or download from the URl: http:go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkID=49251"...
i googled this, the answers were no whr close....please let me know is it possible to add a database. is thr any fix, tweak for this.
secondly if i add a database through Sql Server how it will add in website that i created in VS 2005. is thr any tutorial that u can reccomend me.Hope you got my query....egerly wating for a reply.
We have a web application in Asp.Net 3.5 and my manager sent me a list of files that is causing 404 error in production . He asked me to test the IIs error log and validate it prior making any changes .Does anyone know how do I test all those files for 404 error ?
Any help would be appreciated
Microsoft's expert "Ranger" team presents guidance for organizing and provisioning Team Foundation Server Team Projects and Team Project Collections.
Willy-Peter Schaub, Mike Schimmel
MSDN Magazine April 2011
my big question is :
Is it possible to use SQL Compact Edition 3.5 with Visual Studio 2005 ?
We have one big .Net CFÃÂ application which need to run on CE 2003 SE and Windows Mobil 5.0. It would be great if we only need one Package (CAB) for both types of devices.
Any hacks to get SQL Compact Edition 3.5 working with Visual Studio 2005 are welcome.
Dear gentlemen and ladies of the Microsoft Dynamic Data Team,
Mr. Steve Naughton says (and I hope so) that there might be chances that you read the posts published in this forum: I really hope so.
If that were the case then I am formally requesting to you in providing a "real answer" to my question:
I want to customize a dynamic data page (the details one) so I can have access to the data it has been already gathered from the end user UI (details.aspx) and use it to pass this same data to the following controls/pages that I am going to display next time to the end user.
I have a screen with different types of data in it: texts, numbers, dates, check boxes, radio buttons and dropdownlists that has been filled with data by the end user. I want now to reset all fields exept the dropdownlist of which I'd like to keep the previously chosen values(the very same thing you do between dropdownlist of List.aspx ad Details.aspx). Even with FoxPro I could do that because data and controls were available there. It was as simple as setting carrying on to true.
HOW DO YOU DO THAT? HOW CAN I IMPLEMENT THE SAME LOGIC AMONG THE CONTROLS OF MY DETAILS PAGE? BUT I DO WANT TO HAVE ACCESS AND PASS DATA FOR SPECIFIC CONTROLS:DROPDOWNLISTS (mostly).
I have found my
Does anybody here have any pointers to screencasts, demos, webcasts for the latest enhancements in Dynamic Data as listed in above link? I'm repeating them here for ready reference :
Elisa Flasko takes you through a sample weblog application to demonstrate how new improvements in Entity Framework and WCF Data Services work together to simplify the way data is modeled, consumed and produced in Visual Studio 2010.
MSDN Magazine April 2010