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I am creating a package using "System.IO.Packaging.Package" class.
when does the "[Content_Types].xml" gets added to the created package. I am missing the xml file in the generated package.
Also in my code I am not closing the package till the end of the application and the xml is missing if the application get crashed in between only. else it is there.
Hi, we have an application that use SQL CE 3.5, distributed to several desktop machines via clickonce. The application has the framework 4.0 as prerequisite. To redistribute SQL CE 3.5 we followed the instructions provided at this page :
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa983326.aspx in the section "Private File–Based Deployment".
On one client machine, with XP SP3, and only framework 1.1 and framework 4.0 installed, we got an error, because the dll "msvcr80.dll" required by "sqlceme35.dll" was not found.
I remark that .net framework 2.0 and 3.5 are
NOT installed on that machine.
Is there any prerequisite that we can add in the Visual Studio project that contains msvcr80.dll and any other dll required by SQL CE 3.5?
BEDIN Shop Systems
Ever since installing SQL Server 2005 SP1, when using the Foreach Loop container in SSIS the Foreach File Enumerator and Foreach Item Enumerator are missing from the Enumerator drop down box. ÃÂ Anyone else seen this issue? ÃÂ and know how to fix it?
I'm trying to use a Web Service, which I believe is Java/php/SOAP, using C#.
I can connect and send fine, but the results, which are an array of information,
is null. The return is not instant, and I can get back errors.
I believe the problem is in the WSDL translation. The actual response coming back
does not line up with the WSDL generated code in reguards to namespaces. In
perticular, 'getCategoryTreeResponse' & 'getCategoryTreeResult' do not show up
in the generated file.
I'm quite sure the WSDL file provided is poorly written but I have no control
over it. WSDL.exe only works when I pass a saved copy of the web service's
provided WSDL information due to the way it is called.
I am receiving an error when trying to save a file from Word into SharePoint: "This file cannot be saved because some properties are missing or invalid"
I have got two different Content Types for this Document Library: "Policies" and "Procedures". Both documents have got exactly the same required fields, all required fields are displayed in the Document Information Panel. If I try to save a "Policy" the
saving process works fine, if I try to save a "Procedure" I get the above error.
It's as if the Procedure had an additional required field, but I cannot figure out where that would come from? If I go to manage the Content Types and check the list of fields, I can clearly see which fields are required and which aren't.
Is there something I am missing? Or could one Content Type be corrupt? If so, how do I fix it without messing up all the files that have already been posted using this Content Type?
When trying to apply SQL Server 2005 SP1, I get an error stating that I am missing a MSP file. I checked the log and it doesn't list the missing file.
The server is installed with advanced.
Any help with this problem will be greatly appreciated
I dont see the tuf file for the transaction log shipping configured any more.Also one of the tlog backup files is corrupt owing to file system difference. Let me know how to reintialize log shipping. I am taking backup of the Primary database, stopped the transaction log backup, stopped the copy and restore jobs. Do I have restore the backup say like below
RESTORE DATABASE PRISM FROM DISK='\\PRISM_FULL.BAK'
After this what should be the course of action. Will the log shipping come to sync automatically?. If so how does the jobs recognize the new tlog files rather than looking for old tlog backup files??