AJAX :: Use Dojo With Visual Studio 2008?
How can i use DOJO Toolkit with asp.net in visual studio 2008?
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I have a page which contains an ASP UpdatePanel, and within the UpdatePanel, there is a button styled using Dojo with a dojoType of dijit.form.Button. When the UpdatePanel updates, the button loses all of the CSS styling, so it reverts back to an ordinary looking html button. I'm presuming this is because the dojo methods don't get called on a partial page postback, causing the button to get redrawn by the server and posted to the page, and dojo not being told about any of this. Also, the "dojo/method" script is no longer associated with the button after the update. This is the button:
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This is wrapped in a standard ASP UpdatePanel with an ASP LinkButton causing the update (also located within the UpdatePanel, so nothing is required in the <Triggers> tag). Is there any way of making dojo aware of the partial page update? So that the button keeps it's style and dojo is still able to attach the method to the button.
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The AJAX extensiona are pre-installed in VS2008 for .NET 3.5, instead it is necessary to install the right versione for the use with .NET 2.0, it's ok for me.
But, how to choose the right AJAX version in the two different cases?
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New user to Visual Studio 2008 - one of the reasons for upgrading from 2005 was because I wanted to use the AJAX Toolbox Control for combobox in my web forms.
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In VWD 2008 Express, in a query, you can put a sql statement with a "?" in it and format a query as (CategoryID = ?), and it works just fine. I installed VS 2008 Standard last night, and I wasted about 6 hours on this simple thing. It turns out, that in VS 2008, the correct format is (CategoryID = ?CateroryID).
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can Visual Studio 2008 be All-In-One tool to integrate source code continuously from team members, build, unit test?
Having used Visual Studio Team Edition 2005, unit testing each method within VS itself. I strongly believe that it is feasible to add-on tools. Example ankhsvn tool to use SVN from Visual studio [URL]
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The last time I worked with a dataset, I was able to double-click the design area to bring up a dataset.cs codebehind file that defined the partial class for the dataset. this allowed me to extend the dataset by adding custom properties and methods.
Unfortunately, this is no longer working. I have the dataset designer open and have doubleclicked everywhere, on the design area, the tables, the rows, nothing. I've right clicked the design area and put View Code but this just loads the xml schema for the dataset. right clicking the file in the solutino explorer does the same thing.
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I tried to rebuild the solution as a Web Application in Visual Studio 2008 and gave up that approach as I faced hundreds of error messages pointing to missing references and namespaces inspite of adding whole lot of references and namespaces to the Web.
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We are just creating web applications for intranent and an e-commerce site, we need to use source safe, create project class libraries but thats about it, would Standard be enough? Oh we have 64 bit machines.
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