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We are starting to have 1-2 customers send us SQL 2008 R2 databases that we need to be able to import into our SQL 2008 Server and make changes and then send back to them. At the time it would be stretching it for us to provision a 2008 R2 instance so I
am looking at what our options are.
After reading the article below I was under the impression that in 2008 R2 you could export or backup a DB and make it compatible with SQL 2008 but after reading some other posts I am questioning this ability. I understand that this feature will be going
away but am wondering about what is possible today.
Any feedback on what our options are would be great.
I read somewhere that MS has integrate SilverLight Toolkit into VS2010. Where is it? I can't find it under Toolbox.
I'm using the following msdn article to use different languages in my web application:
I'm following the instructions step by step in VS 2010, and it creates the resource files exactly how it's supposed to.
However, when I run the program it just doesn't apply it. I don't see the different values from the resource file. If I leave my resource file name as sample.aspx.resx, it works. But when I change it to sample.aspx.en-us.resx, it doesn't work. I'm supplying culture from the aspx page's Culter and UICulture properties. I'm being very careful in choosing the correct file name, as that could be the issue, but it just doesn't work. I also tried changing the culture in the backend code this way:
I've been working on my first asp.net application and for the most part it's been pretty smooth. Right now I'm having trouble getting reporting services working under SQL Server 2005. I developed the site with Visual Studio 2010 and didn't think about any of the .Net 4.0 compatibility issues that have arisen. I'm having no problems with the site communicating with SQL Server 2005 for the regular database stuff. The only problem I'm having is with setting up Reporting Services. I have the .Net 4.0 framework installed on the server, however Reporting Services is still using 2.x. I'm not sure if this is a problem with SSRS or with IIS. When i go to localhost/Reports it's reading my web.config for my application and throwing an error: "Parser Error Message: Unrecognized attribute 'targetFramework'." This is referring to a line in my web.config where targetFramework is set to 4.0.
Software that I'm using:
Charles Petzold shows how to extend the limited fluid UI capabilities of Silverlight 4 with new techniques so you too can dazzle users with those cool object entrances and transitions.
MSDN Magazine July 2010
We discuss the latest incarnation of occasionally connected Silverlight applications, which come with a highly interactive user experience and can run either inside or outside of a browser.
Mark Bloodworth, Dave Brown
MSDN Magazine June 2010