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Getting the below error while setting up application on Win 7 using visual studio.NET 2003.
I understand by the error, i need to install Front page server extension, but not able to figure how to install using IIS 7.5.
I had XP machine with IIS 5.1, able to find the option.
Need your help in resolving this.
Ken Getz prepares Visual Basic developers to use RibbonX.
MSDN Magazine June 2007
My four-year-old son has decided that he wants to be like his dad when he grows up. He is planning to work in my office, and write computer programs just like I do. But there is one problem-he thinks I write games.
MSDN Magazine October 2005
Many applications need to store user-specific settings to be persisted between sessions. But how do you go about saving and restoring these settings in your MicrosoftÃÂ® . NET Framework-based application? It's not all that easy to find the correct answer.
MSDN Magazine April 2005
Microsoft Visual Studio Tools for the Microsoft Office System is a new technology that brings the advanced features of Visual Studio .NET and the .NET Framework to applications built for Microsoft Office Word 2003 and Microsoft Office Excel 2003. Deploying solutions built with this technology requires that you understand how runtime security is enforced in managed applications and how to configure users' systems to run your solutions without introducing security holes.To promote that understanding, this article will demonstrate how to establish trust, explain policy considerations and permissions, and explain what trusted code is all about. Secure assembly deployment is also covered in detail.
Brian A. Randell and Ken Getz
MSDN Magazine March 2004
Microsoft Visual Studio Tools for the Microsoft Office System is a new technology that brings the advanced features of Visual Studio .NET and the .NET Framework to apps built on Microsoft Word 2003 and Excel 2003. Now you can use Visual Basic .NET and C# to write document-centric, managed code solutions that run in-process with Word 2003 or Excel 2003, taking advantage of the rich object models they expose. Along the way you get the benefits of the managed environment in which a fully compiled .NET-based application executes, including code access security.
Ken Getz and Brian A. Randell
MSDN Magazine September 2003
Ken Spencer introduces data binding in Visual Basic .NET.
MSDN Magazine August 2003
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Developers using the Managed Extensions for C++ have more options than those using other languages because C++ is a lower-level language. However, this means an increase in code complexity. This article discusses a few of the more complex issues facing developers, such as operator overloading, managed types and unmanaged code, and boxing. Also covered are the is operator, the using statement, and string conversions. The author points out the flexibility of Managed Extensions for C++ and outlines the additional effort that is required for you to take advantage of its increased power and flexibility.
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This is the twenty-seventh in a series of blog posts I'm doing on the VS 2010 and .NET 4 release.
Today's blog post continues on from the Debugging Tips post I did last week, and covers some useful searching and navigation tips/tricks you can take advantage of within Visual Studio. These tips were ones that my friend Scott Cate (who has blogged dozens of great VS tips and tricks here) recently recommended to me as good tips that most developers using Visual Studio don't seem to know about (even though most have been in the product for awhile).
Hopefully this post will help you discover them if you aren't already taking advantage of them. They are all easy to learn, and can help save you a bunch of time.
Most developers using Visual Studio are familiar with the "Find dialog" that you can launch by pressing the "Ctrl + F" key within the IDE. A surprisingly large number of developers, though, aren't familiar with the "Incremental Search"
Anyone still has a copy of XML visualizer 1.0 for visual studio 2003?
I am debugging a old web application on visual studio 2003 with lots of dataset, datarows, datacolumns and the
addin is very useful to see the values inside.
Try to google the web and found the later version for visual studio 2005 and laters not 2003.
Please attach a copy or tell me where i can get it.
Need it badly.