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I tried to install a sql 2005 desktop engine. This fails with the error:
An installaton package for the product Microsoft SQL Server Native Client cannot be found. Try the installation again using a valid copy of the installation package 'sqlncli.msi'
I used a fresh, new download SQLEXPR.EXE.
What shall I do?
We have made some changes to this code to start capturing 1 new field of data and updating it as new records are added. But there is currently about 120,000 records more or less.. those records of course dont have the new field populated with anything..
We would like to run this logic that already in place and run it against the tables to update the fields 1 time. I think to make it easier, if it can be setup to expect the "valueTwo" variable, so that we can run it againt the individual codes instead of doing all the records at one time.. there are codes that only have a few records, so it would be best to test initially against the small code group.
strSqual = "insert into trans (trans_type_name, trans_date,sys_id,mod_user_id,show_ind, remoteCode, techName) values('" & valueTwo & "','" & TransDate & "',"&strSystemID&", 1,'T', '" & dbQuote(strUser) & "', '" & strTechName & "')"
'get the new transaction_id out for just inserted alarm
strSqual = "select max(transaction_id) as transaction_id from trans"
set rst = getStaticRecordSet(strSqual)
I am using VS2005.
I don't have much experience with web setup projects, but I now need to create a decent windows installer in order to allow customers to install one of our web applications. I have created a simple web setup project and it works fine, but not when it comes to upgrades of the application.
If for instance I install version 1.0 on a machine, and then later I try to install version 2.0, I don't seem to have the control that I would like... I can specify in the web setup project that the installer must enforce an uninstall of previous version, but then all application files and logs are uninstalled as well. If I let the application just install itself over the older version, it seems to leave some old DLL's there - it then causes issues in the application because DLL version conflicts.
My basic requirement is that I would like th installer to upgrade the old version with all the files required, but leave any application and log files in tact - this way the customer won't have to reconfigure the application after install.
What is the best way to handle this?
Hi, I have created websetup in windows 7 environment, asp.net 3.5, IIS 7.
Client System is windows 7 and IIS 7
Our client configuration is Windows 7, IIS7 dotNet Framework 3.5.Following error raising below... Faulting application name: aspnetca.exe, version: 7.5.7600.16385, time stamp: 0x4a5bcd3cFaulting module name: aspnetca.exe, version: 7.5.7600.16385, time stamp: 0x4a5bcd3cException code: 0xc0000005Fault offset: 0x0001d912Faulting process id: 0xe80Faulting application start time: 0x01cb3604624975cdFaulting application path: C:\Windows\system32\inetsrv\aspnetca.exeFaulting module path: C:\Windows\system32\inetsrv\aspnetca.exeReport Id: a05d368d-a1f7-11df-8336-4487fc612414PFA Here I"m attaching custom action script.
I have a sample Web Application Project and using Web Deployment Project i'm generating the precompiled version of that.
Now i want to create a WebSetup project in my solution using the Output generated by the WebDeployment project.
Please let me know how to achieve this.
Database setup can be a tough and time-consuming process and sometimes fall victim to human error. Microsoft Installer or InstallShield can help, as can your own custom installer. In this article, the author tackles one approach to writing database installers and demonstrates the process with a working code sample.
MSDN Magazine September 2004
I have been struggling for a couple of days, trying to set up a decent
structure for an Infopath project using a custom workflow using Visual Studio 2008.
I had a solution with two projects:
1) Sharepoint 2007 Workflow
2) Infopath 2007 form w/code-behind.
I included the xsn, in the VS solution, but after a day or two,
something went wrong, and I lost some work. I still do not know what
happened, but I could not get my changes to persist afterthat Doing research I have read that this
stucture, using Infopath xsn, within VS does not work correctly with Source
Control. I am using VSS.
So I since made a change to the set-up so that the .xsn (form template) is separate from
Visual Studio. However, I need to leave the code-behind in VS, since I need to debug
This is my latest problem. I have been unable to attach to the correct
process, as VS generates cachse files, and who knows what else.
My question is simple. What is the supported method for debugging InfoPath
code/behind, which uses a Sharepiont Workflow?
I just also want to say that one should not have
to spend a few days just trying to setup a working development environment.
This should be trouble-free, but it is far from being so. I
To Anyone that is willing to help me out, I would appreciate any guidance that is given to me. We are currently running WSS 3.0 and have the search server started in the central administration area for our web application.
maxserver = The web application
sqlserver = sql database
content db = WSS_Content_3dbbdcc81761405cb6e9d983a88d59bd
When I go to Central Administration > Application Management > Content Databases > Manage Content Database Settings and choose the content DB above to setup the search the following settings are set:
SQL Server database name
You can choose to associate a content database with a specific server that is running the Windows SharePoint Services search service.
Select Windows SharePoint Services search server
Select one... maxserver
My question is, should the SharePoint Service search server be the Maxserver or the sqlserver.
The reason i ask this is it is set to maxserver currently and no results show up. I know for a fact that the timer jobs are running! Shouldn't the server be the database server, sqlserver? or does it spider maxserver?
I cannot get any se
I am not sure if here is a proper place to ask this question. I look for other forums, and don't feel this question can fit in any. If this is not a correct place to post, I appologize. Please let me know where I can get answer for this question. Thanks.
Here is my question.
I wrote a website, and not I am trying package it with a setup program (msi), so I created a "Web Setup Project" and specify outputs as the standard tutorial on this. And then I'd add custom action to msi which modify Web.config file during msi installation. Output looks ok, but msi install the website under "C:\Inetpub\wwwroot" folder, and I don't have control on it. I followed an example (http://www.codeproject.com/KB/install/ChangeVDirWebSetupProject.aspx) use orca.exe to remove WEBCA_EvaluateURLsMB, WEBCA_EvaluateURLs and WEBCA_EvaluateURLsNoFail from corresponding tables in msi and provides TARGETDIR value while calling the msi file. And then I fall in a problem, either the custom action is not called any more or I get a error "Configuration file cannot be created".
I have built an installation (MSI) for a project I'm designing. I'm using Visual Studio 2008. Mostly it works fine; however, I have two issues:
1) for some reason, it insists on installing .NET 3.5, even though all the projects within the install use .NET 2.0. Is this because the installer requires 3.5? If so, I guess I can live with it.
2) I want one of the programs to run on startup, and actually, it does. I assigned the Primary Output of the program to the User's startup folder. HOwever, the install also copies the .config file to startup; so it launches it notepad, leaving the user looking at a config file they obviously shouldn't be seeing.
Any thoughts? Thanks in advance...