I'm using VS2010 Web Developer Express. I was looking to Organise Usings from the edit menu but can't find it here - is it only avaiable on other versions or is it just hidden?
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I'm getting th error "unable to connect to the asp.net development server 2008"
It's been working fine for months and all the sudden.I'm fairly new at this so if you have a fix I will need details.
Trying to remote debug ASP website from VS2010 Pro to Windows Server 2003 machine. Specifically, trying to debug a Web Service, but breakpoint says, "The breakpoint will not currently be hit. No symbols have been loaded for this document." This happens for all compiled code though. I have read this is due to missing PDB files and the work around is to manually copy them, as noted here. Problem is, I cannot find any PDB files for my project, except referenced libraries, which I can remote debug.
This is beyond frustrating. I migrated my code from VS2008 .Net3.5 to VS2010 .Net4.0 to take advantage of the inherent multithreading framework. Debugging works when using local host and was stable until deployment to test server.
Thanks in advance,
Seems like a stupid question, but I will go to Build > Build Solution many many times and the build will succeed many many times, then I will put in a minor syntax error and the build will fail, BUT the build will not fail because of the minor syntax error; it will fail because of an unresolved type that I put in about twenty compiles ago. And then I will fix the minor syntax eror, and the compiler will still complain about the unresolved type. Here is my code:
<%@ Register TagPrefix="FTB" Namespace="FreeTextBoxControls" Assembly="FreeTextBox" %><html><body> <form runat="server"> Hello World!! </form></body></html>
Pretty simple, really. I go to Buld > Build WebApplication1 and it runs OK. Now, if I put in a minor syntax error, such as substitute "forrrrrrrm" for "form" and then try to Build Solution, it complains not about the misspelled word, but about the FreeTextBox. And then if I correct the misspelled wird, it still complains about the FreeTextBox. Which leads me to believe that Building the Solution does not check absolutely 100% everything that needs to be checked. Is there a more thorough way of compiling a program that I need to use?
I read somewhere that MS has integrate SilverLight Toolkit into VS2010. Where is it? I can't find it under Toolbox.
I created a site and am trying to grant another pesron access to upload
changes to it without giving them my super-user login.
I made a login for her but I can't test whether it works or not because no
matter how much I "disconnect" in the Copy Web Site page of VWD 2010, reconnecting to the same site always logs in as
my superuser account without prompting me for a login again.
How do I test is the account it set up correctly before having her try to
upload to it? I want to force the login to remote site dialog to pop up
again to test her account.
We've updated some of our projects from VS2008 to VS2010. When these projects are deployed the w3svc is restarted on the target machine, even when restartwwwservice = false in the vdproj file.
This was a problem in 2008 until SP1 (http://forums.asp.net/p/1300097/2534736.aspx). Does this same problem exist in VS2010?
This is a major problem for us - we need to be able to deploy projects without restarting IIS.
I've tried creating a new web deployment package and setting the restartWWWService field to false, but this still does a restart when it's installed.
Has anyone come across this problem in VS2010?
We have moved our projects from VS2008 to VS2010(Ulitmate) but staying with .Net 3.5. In VS2008 we had a web deployment project that would compile the web project to a single dll and emit full debug information, adding the new web deployment project in VS 2010 to do the same the dll is produced along with the pdb but when a dev attempts to debug the variable comes back with "Cannot evaluate expression because the code of the current method is optmized".In VS2008 we had a targets fix file which had the setting for the optimization but these don't appear to work under 10 (plus the targets file has grown).Thanks,Simon
i write a site and get this error, i using VS2010.
i try run on my machine its all work fine, but when i complier and run it on Window server 2008 get this error.
I read http://forums.asp.net/p/1513402/3613239.aspx I install the ReportViewer.exe but still cannot find the Microsoft.ReportViewer.ProcessingObjectModel.dll, however I got find it Microsoft.ReportViewer.ProcessingObjectModel in C:\Windows\assembly and is not a dll file. any suggestion?
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