is there any way to compile the project in diffrent steps. i have a project in which i have to just change few part . is there any way to compile just that portion in asp.net 4 C#
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It has always struck me that SQL server doesnt have a way in which I can run automated tests or checks on the database to weed out objects that no longer work/compile/execute. As we all know, sometimes database schema changes frequently i.e a column rename
is a classical example and some stored procedures/functions which may be legacy then no longer works, in my situation a legacy application was re-written, but it was difficult picking up the objects specific to that application, so as the schema has changed,
some procs and functions no longer work, but such objects are no longer required to be on the DB, but we want to pick out the ones that no longer compiles and remove appopriately.
Any ideas ?
I am developing a page that has an image element that has its source set to an action on a controller (e.g., "/controller/action". The problem that I am having is that I don't see a built in way to generate a URL (i.e., like an ActionLink's URL) without manually constructing one. At the moment, I am manually constructing the URL, but I want to move away from this. Before I write my own helper method, I thought I would check to see if one it already available. Does such a method exist?
BTW, this is using MVC2, VS 2010.
I created a "website" in VWD 2010 Express. The project contains no bin folder and I can't seem to compile it. I don't have a web host, so for now I'd like to run my site on "localhost" on my machine: i.e. I'd like to drop the DLL (if there is one) and my aspx files into a folder on my hard drive and run the site from there. The site runs if I open VWD and run the asp.net web server, but I would prefer to not have to open VWD each time I want to load my site. Thanks.
The OLE DB provider "OraOLEDB.Oracle" for linked server "SOMESERVER" supplied inconsistent metadata for a column. The column "ACTIONITEMID" (compile-time ordinal 1) of object ""SOMESERVER_Action"."AI_ACTIONITEM"" was reported to have a "DBTYPE" of 130 at
compile time and 131 at run time.
I understand XmlSchemaSet.Compile generates a combined schema internally but how do i desearialize it into an xsd file?
XmlSchemaSet schemaSet = new XmlSchemaSet();
//Compile all schemas into a single logical schema
what I need now is some xml writer which can write the single logical schema
which was created in compile. how do i access that?
I am working on an asp.net web site project with a large codebase. Publishing the site takes about 30 minutes. Since I have to do this twice a day, this takes up too much of my time. Is there a way to publish only changed pages or controls. Visual studio does give an option to compile a single page or control by right clicking on it and selecting "build page".
Is it possible to publish a single page, maybe through command line.