Can anyone tell me how can we convert visual c++ project to visual c# project.. is there any tools available for this.. ?
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is it possible to convert whole visual studio 2008 web site project to visual studio 2010 web site project
my current project references
i have a very annoying iis problem
iis server stops working until app pool is recycled
i am hoping that new visual studio (net framework 4.0) may solve this very annoying unsolveable problem
I wonder how to add a project template called Intelligence Reports, something like that, to Visual studio 2008. I have SQL 2008 installed. Do I need to install some updates to get Intelligence Reports template to Visual studio 2008 ?
What is the latest version of Visual Studio web deployment project which I can use with VS 2008 ?
Can I use VS 2010 Web Deployment Project with VS 2008 ?
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
As the name suggests, I want to know how can I add telerik skin to my project, such that it will work in machine where telerik is not installed?
I'm a .NET noob, so forgive this if it's a stupid question...
I'm doing some work on a small project inhereited from someone. The project contains lots of .aspx and .cs files, as well as a web.config, .sln file etc etc. I want to just try to open this in Visual Web Developer, compile it, upload the compiled files to a demo web server, then see if it has worked (i.e that the website runs on the demo server). I know the source works as the person who sent it has uploaded it so far to the demo server, but I want to run it locally to make sure I can get the whole process of building working before I do any mods.
So I open the .sln file. I hit 'build > build website'. It says it has completed without any errors. But now I want to look at the compiled source of these files to make sure the code there has changed such that the .aspx files now reference the compiled assembly rather than the code-behind. But when I browse to the project in Windows explorer and open one of the .aspx files, it's still referencing the .cs code-behind - as if it hasn't compiled to an assembly. I thought that once you build, all of the .aspx files have a reference to a dll, rather than a cs file?
I can only think the reason is that when you build a project, it builds it somewhere else? Am
I'm using VS 2010. I got the references to the classes from my project, now I need the .dll files but I can't seem to find them. How do you add the .dll's?
I am using Microsoft Visual C# 2010 Express Version 10.0.30319.1 RTMRel and I want to add a Project for a WPF Custom Controls library. Note: The WPF Custom Control Item Template is included and can be added to a WPF Application project.
Does anyone know:
I have Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate. And I've downloaded and installed Sql Server 2008 R2 Express.
I'm going through a Silverlight trainging module and using the
Silverlight Business Apps: Module 2 - WCF RIA Services
example application. The database included (as an .mdf file) won't attach in the project. I get this:
"Connections to SQL Server database files (.mdf) require SQL Server 2005 Express or SQL Server 2008 Express to be installed and running on the local computer. The current version of SQL Sever Express can be downloaded at the following URL:......"
But of course, I have the most recent version. Now I did have SQL Server 2005 Express Edition installed before and it wasn't working either. I got a different error concerning the version of the .mdf file. In an attempt to resolve this
I un-installed the 2005 version. Now I've got a functioning default instance of Sql Server, but I notice it's not listed as .\SqlExpress as the 2005 version was.
Can someone help me get this working? Do I need to change the name of the SQL Server instance in order to for Visual Studio to be able to attach?
I also can't attach the file using SQL Server Management Studio, but I think that's because the file has the path to the Log file somehow