What is available in Visual studio professional 2010 that is not available in Visual web developer 2010? and Do I really need Visual studio professional o develop professional websites?
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I had un-installed SQL Server 2008 Express that came with the Visual Studio 2010 Pro.
I had installed SQL Server 2008 R2 Developer, and Im able to connect through the Management Studio and Visual Studio itself.
The problem is: whenever I create a new ASP.NET Web Application, the web.config always defaults using SQLEXPRESS.
How can I change this within Visual Studio 2010 so that the web.config defaults to the new database SQL Server 2008 R2 Developer that I installed?
How to execute an SQL script from within Visual Studio Web Developer Express 2010? Can someone please help with this? The MSDN help reference (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/yea4bc1b.aspx) appears to be inaccurate as the "run" and "run on" options do not show in when the script is right clicked for the context menu.
FYI, I am using the default SQL server (express?) that comes with out of the box with VS Web developer express 2010.
Thanks in advance for your help.
I've wrote the comprehensive post within my blog: http://weblogs.asp.net/vasilysokolov/archive/2010/10/26/annoying-2-remake-microsoft-russia-is-simply-not-supporting-visual-studio-express-editions-at-all-and-my-last-hope-scott-guthrie-is-on-vacation.aspx
In brief words everything is simple:
1. I've downloaded free Visual Studio C# 2010 Express and Visual Studio Web Developer 2010 Express
2. I've successfully installed these versions.
3. I've tried registration online - and got the appropriate keys which I've used for registration.
Finally all the keys I've got are not valid for the system - and after 30 days evaluation (for free version?) period all these products are not running anymore because all the keys I am providing from online registration are invalid.
What can you suggest me for fixing this problem?
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