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Getting the below error while setting up application on Win 7 using visual studio.NET 2003.
I understand by the error, i need to install Front page server extension, but not able to figure how to install using IIS 7.5.
I had XP machine with IIS 5.1, able to find the option.
Need your help in resolving this.
when am trying to access developer tools under developer tab in infopath designer 2010 , i get this error?
InfoPath Cannot Start Microsoft Visual Studio Tools for Applications
Adding VB or C# code to a form requires Microsoft Visual Studio Tools for Applications(VSTA). To enable this feature, run microsoft office 2010 setup, and change the microsoft visual studio tools for application unser infopath to run from my computer. The
Microsoft .Net Framework2.9 must be installed before installing VSTA.
my configuration is
SharePoint 2010 (Standalone)
Visual Studio 2010
Thanks in Advance?
When attempting to publish a web application from Visual Studio 2010, I receive the following error:
Get service of SVsBuildManagerAccessor fails
I'm using Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate (x86) on Windows 7 Professional (x64).
I've attempted publishing the web app via FTP and Local File System and receive the above mentioned error.
I've searched the internet for the error but have found no solutions.
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