What does SVC stand for in WCF?
Any microsoft link explaining this is appreciated.
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I inherited a web site which contains many stand-alone aspx pages (with the .NET code in the page rather than in a code-behind file). I'm wondering how to debug these pages; I cannot set breakpoints in them (I can set breakpoints in the code files on the site without issue). I'm using Visual Studio 2008.
Our production server is currently running SQL 2005 on a stand alone machine. SQL Server is installed as a default instance.
Can we upgrade to a cluster without having to change the instance name i.e currently applications connect to this server with hostname of the server i.e SERVERA, can we install a cluster such that sql server can still be called SERVERA.
There were tons of discussions and blog posts about User Profile Synch service never starting. And now it appears that this is not even supposed to work....
This has been just such a pain with 64 bit! Data Access!! I have been unable to use linked servers from SQL server to access files because there is no Jet 64 bit. Now, I have been using bulk insert statements. These are working ok, but for some
uknown reason, for a certain .csv file I am getting unexpected end of line errors. I have tried many things to no resolution..
How can I get linked servers to work with SQL Server 64 bit for excel and access? Why would microsoft leave this out??
I have a Visual Web Part and I specified it for a web farm.
When I deploy to the server by copying the wsp file and loading it on another server that is stand alone, it tells me it can't read web farm solutions.
Is there a way to install it without rebuilding the package? I have Linq to SQL calls inside the web part.
I'm very new to SharePoint.
Searching for out of box authenitcation tool/component that authenticates against Active Directory for Classic ASP AND legacy .NET 1.1 applications.
Would appreciate any open source tools.
The following code works without issue from inside Visual Studio (professional or express editions) but when this console app is run from the command line it returns: Win32 Error: The RPC Server is unavailable.
The variations on PrintServer and LocalPrintServer produce the same results. It's also disappointing that sample code provided at
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa970845(v=VS.100).aspx doesn't work (which is the base of this code)
Prior to installing .net 3.5 framework sdk, I had the same errors as found in this article:
http://connect.microsoft.com/VisualStudio/feedback/details/552520/methodaccessexception-when-printqueuecollection-disposed# with PrintServer (as opposed to LocalPrintServer) but the work around of using .net 3.5 didn't solve the problem, just made
all the errors of the RPC flavour. All the obvious things, like ensuring the RPC server is up and running automatically, firewalls turned off (instead of just adding the application - that fails too), and so on don't help any.