I get Rotor Shared
Source CLI. and unzipped it.
Now when i start to run env.bat i got following error:
*** Error ***
MSVCDir not defined. VC++ environment variables must be set before
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With over 9,000 files, and including some 1300 public classes to pore through, the Shared Source CLI can teach you quite a bit about the internal workings of the CLR. But the sheer amount of source code included can make just starting your exploration a monumental task. This article discusses some of the things you can learn from the source code facsimile of the CLR, like how JIT compilation works. It will also help you understand how to control execution along with debugging and loading classes. A walk through the steps involved in setting up the runtime will let you become familiar with the process.
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Plz how can i use a shared data source between all reports, because every time I change the data source name i need to edit each report before redeploy it.
Recently we have upgraded from SQL 2005 to SQL 2008. Following is the issue am facing in some reports in SSRS 2008. More details are below. Any solution/ cause for the issue would be of great help.
1) Reports having issue are the ones which were deployed in SSRS 2005 through SUBSCRIPTION (Listed under My Subscriptions) and now tried to view in SSRS 2008.
2) The reports use a shared data source with name ‘Test Center’
3) After upgrading to 2008 and when we try to open the report data source not found error is thrown. “An error occurred during client rendering. An error has occurred during report processing. The data source ‘Test_Center’ cannot be found". Why does it have ‘_’ added in the data source name !!
4) When we go to the report Properties – Data sources and check the path of the shared data source, the path is correct and the data source do exists in the path.
5) If we go to report Properties – General – Report Definition – select Edit and save the RDL. Immediately select Update and browse the saved RDL and upload. The report works fine. However the data source reference still remains same.
6) Also if we deploy a report fresh referring the same data source, that too runs fine with no issues.
I've seen this answer for Reporting Services several times: "You cannot use a data source expression in a shared data source".
My question is: Is there any chance to use data source expressions in a shared data source at Sharepoint (Report Builder 2.0)?
Thanks in advance,
OK, I'm confused. I've set up a formview with a Linqdata source to allow users to edit records. When I run it, edit data and submit, it blows up and tells me "Linq datasource6 does not support the Select property when the Delete, Insert or Update operations are enabled." I googled that warning and saw a couple of posts on this forum saying the problem is the slect statement has to be removed from the Linq data source for it to allow updates.
But if I remove the select statement then how do I show the user specific info on pageload? plus I thought the two way databind was an advantge of the datasource control.
Following this thread: Any plans on releasing the source code for WebMatrix itself?
How about those Helpers code?
I tried reflecting into WebMatrix.exe but was unable. I'm interested on how you integrated the WPF Ribbon & the Office-style sidebar.
Hi guys really new to ASP.NET I was trying to install the CSS Friendly control adapter but for some reason the instructions on the website seems outdated. I downloaded all the files (Source Code, DLL, Browser) I believe I need to add the DLL file to my website's Bin folder and the Browser file to the APP_Browsers folder is this correct? After I place this files how to I get it working? what do I have to do? Also if I want to create a new DLL file from the Source code how do I do these? I opened the web-site with Visual Studio 2008 and I can see all the files in the solution explorer? But how do I compile this to a DLL file? I tried doing a build solution but all I get is an .sln file???
Any help would be greatly appreciated
Thanks in advance
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