please help me to create a visual web part using visual studio 2010 to upload a file and store it to database.
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I have Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate. And I've downloaded and installed Sql Server 2008 R2 Express.
I'm going through a Silverlight trainging module and using the
Silverlight Business Apps: Module 2 - WCF RIA Services
example application. The database included (as an .mdf file) won't attach in the project. I get this:
"Connections to SQL Server database files (.mdf) require SQL Server 2005 Express or SQL Server 2008 Express to be installed and running on the local computer. The current version of SQL Sever Express can be downloaded at the following URL:......"
But of course, I have the most recent version. Now I did have SQL Server 2005 Express Edition installed before and it wasn't working either. I got a different error concerning the version of the .mdf file. In an attempt to resolve this
I un-installed the 2005 version. Now I've got a functioning default instance of Sql Server, but I notice it's not listed as .\SqlExpress as the 2005 version was.
Can someone help me get this working? Do I need to change the name of the SQL Server instance in order to for Visual Studio to be able to attach?
I also can't attach the file using SQL Server Management Studio, but I think that's because the file has the path to the Log file somehow
Please tell me the way to solved my problem to looking for a long time.
My System Info:
OS: Windows 7 - Ultimate - 64bit
VS: Visual Studio 2008 - Professional (and problem with my VS2010 installed)
I have a small project and build it to library .dll file with some function util.
From an other website (with diffirence solution). I added reference the .dll before to website.
In website, I declaration to using the function in library (dll file before). But I found error: Error 1 Type 'LibraryName' is not defined.
And in VS2010 the problem is same.
But, run website on an other computer, it work normally.
Thanks and Best regards.
i am developing a website using visual studio 2010
i want to develop reports for which i am using reportviewer control
I am having a seperate project (MyControl.Model.dll) which is referenced in my website
now when i try to create a report.rdlc file using Report wizard, i gives me error "Could not load assembly MyControl.Model.dll version=188.8.131.52.0 publickeytoken = null or one of its dependencies. The system cannot find the file specified".
I dont understand what this model project has to do with report.rdlc?
can anybody give me solution for this. its urgent
Thanks in advance
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