I am using SQL Server 2008 express and in company enterprise al with sp1 and i want to import .mdf and i get this error: .mdf version is 661, your db supports the version 655.Which version is 661 and how to import it in sql Server 2008.
How to find which version of the Sql Server install into your system,I am running Windows Vista Home Premium(32 bit operating system) , when I try to install Sql Server 2005 Stand edition on my laptop ,it's shows some compatibility issue.
I am having trouble installing SQL Server on my system ... it appears to install ok but when I try to connect it using Visual Web Developer Express 2008 it will not connect and mentions something about versions. I downloaded the Northwind database to carry on with the tutorials .. this also asked me to download the MS SQL 2000 version which I tried and this also did not work, other versions include 2005 and 2008. When I tried to open the program through the programs file from "Start Menu" only the configuration manager folder is there.
I have also tried to install the trial version from the website but to no avail. Each time I have restored to factory settings on my laptop and it still fails to connect. I notice that when I restore to factory settings there are loads of icons where the uninstall window lists all of the programs and there is still SQL Server 2008, lots of Icons. I think that version 2008 came with the laptop as it is a business sony vaio sr vgn-sr46gd model with vista business.
I'm trying to implement a regular ol' out of the box asp.net login system on SQL Server for the first time ever, and it's giving me way more grief than I ever imagined. Everything works great on my local asp.net testing server, but I can't get it working on the web server. I just get the generic- Server Error in '/' Application. A tech at my host mentioned that he thought that it was because I was using an ASPNETDB.MDF file created in SQL Express 2008 on a SQL Server 2005 server. I makes sense but I've seen a half dozen or more possible solutions in the many hours/days I've spent researching this but I hadn't heard of that one.
I can't update panels to work after upgrading Ajax from an early version to the latest version at http://www.asp.net/ajax/downloads/.
I tried removing the AJAX extensions from Visual studio completely and reinstalling everything from the new version but now I seem to only have the Ajax toolkit and ONE Ajax extension, the scriptmanager. Update panels are no where to be found now.
We have an application that is already deployed in the production environment. And currently it is using Dundas evaluation version. We tried updating it to the licensed version by simply pasting the dll file. but we got the error message as "The file has not been pre-compiled and cannot be requested".
how can i update a visual studio 2008 build in version 9.0.2 to version 9.0.3? i want to update my visual studio pro so that i can install silverlight 2. because when i install silverlight 2 it requires version 9.0.3.
I'm try to get my site to detect what browser someone is using to ensure they're using one that is compliant with our site. Everything works, except Firefox seems to post the wrong version in the Request.Browser variables.I'm on Firefox 3.6.10, but Request.Browser shows Mozilla 22.214.171.124. It's correct in the HTTP_USER_AGENT string:
Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:126.96.36.199) Gecko/20100914 YFF35 Firefox/3.6.10 ( .NET CLR 3.5.30729)
Is there a way to detect it better without having to parse through the HTTP_USER_AGENT string?
Is there any limit on the size/numbers in the version number of the FormsAuthenticationTicket.
I tried to create an ASP.NET cookie using forms authentication, with a large version number(ex: 1234567 need this number for identification purposes). But when I decrypt the cookie I get 135 as the version number.
Initially the old forms authentication cookie was removed, in order to add new information.
i am working in webapplication in asp.net using c#.I have a problem that currently i am using ajaxcontroltoolkit version 3.0.20820.0 but in this toolkit i don't have Editor Ajax control so i want to upgrade it with new version ajaxcontroltoolkit version 3.5.40412.2
When i upgrade it then my old ajax control is not working like validatorcalloutextender and requiredfieldvalidator etc.
so please tell me how can i upgrade ajaxcontroltoolkit version from 3.0.20820.0 to version 3.5.40412.2
i also use in web.config file but not successfull.
i have a breand new laptop with only the OS installed. I have installed VS2008 and its updates I also installed VS2010 and its updates. I started to recieve the above error when I try to access SQLExpress through the VS interface.
I deleted both version and all the SQL referances in the Install/Uninstall listing.
I have reinstalled VS2008 and its updates and I still get this message...
I find lots or solutions for this error when moving DB's from one machine to another.
What am I supposed to do?
Do I delete EVERYTHING (includein the OS) and start from scratch again!
I have a solution I'm working on in VS2010 Professional, using ASP.NET 4.0 with the AJAX Toolkit.This has been working fine, but when I started it up today, I got the runtime exception shown above. This exception occurs on any page with a control from the toolkit.Sometimes when I load a page, I get an exception "Could not load file or assembly 'System.Windows, Version=188.8.131.52, Culture=neutral, ublicKeyToken=7cec85d7bea7798e' or one of its dependencies. The system cannot find the file specified." If I then reload the page (without making any changes), I then get the exception shown in the subject line.I tried dragging an AJAX Toolkit control from the toolbox onto a page, and then deleting it, and that worked - once. The next time I tried the page (or any other), I got the exception again. Dragging a control out didn't help this time.
I have a website in which code on the production server runs no problem. The same code on my local machine or test server produces the mess seen at the end. The exact same code. Additionally, upon trying to preview any of the table adapters in the dataset I get "DataSet1.thename could not be previewed. The provider is not compatible with the version of Oracle client"
The app is SQL Server. It always has been. It has never used Oracle. Does anyone have any insight on how to fix this? As it is now I can't do anything with my dataset. I can't edit anything in there because of this complaint about Oracle.
I have been searching and reading a lots of information on the microsoft website about the different version of SQL server, but still can not make my decision.
In term of performance, is there a real big difference between the workgroup and the standard version? The workgroup is limited to 3 GB of RAM while the standard is unlimited, would that really change the performance if my server has 16Gb or RAM?
The price difference is pretty substantial so if could only have to buy the workgroup , it would be better.
One more question, regarding the type of licence, my server has 2 processors, could I avoid buying 2 licences and get the Server plus CAL instead. I am using this server to host 4 web-application running on SQL server. Each database is about 15 MB.
Which version of Visual Studio 2008 do you currently use with NHibernate? I would like to test out NHibernate at home, but I'm not sure if I want to shell out $500 plus for VS 2008 professional edition. Has anyone had any luck with NHibernate on VS 2008 standard or even one of the VS express editions?
I am a little confused by LINQ to SQL conflict detection. I know that in order to use the Attach(obj, true) method on a disconnected object, the table must have a 'timestamp/version' column. In our database we have an UpdateId column that is supposed to be incremented every time an update occurs. It is not an autonumber column.
At present, this column is configured in DBML as
UpdateCheck = Always Timestamp = false Auto Generated Value = false Auto-Sync = false
and we have partial functions for each table where X is the table name) that look as follows to maually update the UpdateId:
When I tried the following settings for the UpdateId column, I got a conflict error due to my manual updating of the UpdateId
UpdateCheck = Always Timestamp = true Auto Generated Value = true Auto-Sync = true
so I removed the UpdateId += 1 line from the code. When I do this, I no longer get an error and when SubmitChanges is called on the DataContext everything updates correctly in the database EXCEPT the UpdateId which never gets changed.
Is this a misunderstanding on my part or am I missing something vital in the setup / code which will make the UpdateId update whenever SubmitChanges() occurs?
We upgraded from asp.net 2.0/sql server2005 to asp.net 3.5/sql server 2008 application. I backed up and restored the ReportServerDB from SQL Server 2005 to 2008. Not sure how to setup up the reports? http://localhost/ReportServer or http://localhost/Reports. Also, The original asp.net application called the service http://localhost/ReportServer/ReportExecution2005.amx to display the reports? How deos it work in 2008?
I have recently got myself a hosting service which comes with SQL Server 2008 R1. My own machine currently runs SQL Server 2008 Express but I would also like to upgrade my own machine so that there are no compatibility issues/limitations going forward.
I have access to the full version of SQL via my websitespark subscription, however having downloaded it, the installation process doesnt offer me any upgrade path or the ability to create a new instance. So how do I get from Express to full version?
Which version of Northwind db can I install with VS 2010/.net 4? Can you pls give the link for downloading the same. Also can somebody tellme the steps to go about starting SQL service I have already installed VS 2010.
I have two webservers in a cluster serving a web application. Using MS Web Deploy to push a new version of the application to one server, and then again to synchronize the files to the other server in the cluster. It seems to be the most ordinary thing to do. But wouldn't there be a problemm, when one server is deployed with the new version, and the other is not yet finished. Will it not cause troubles, when a page loaded with the new version makes a webservice request and the balancer sends the request to the server with the old version?
What's the best way to avoid this? I thought about scripting a drainstop of the server, that we deploy to, and make sure only one server is running at a time. But I can't find anyone else, who seems to have written about such a solution. And guess that it doesn't scale very well too. Another solution could be to shut down all servers when updating. But that doesn't seems very clever.
I have unexpectedly found that I cannot access my data tables from VS 2008. A window comes up saying "The server version is not supported. Only servers up to Microsoft SQL server 2005 are supported". Also, as a consequence I imagine, two web sites which refer to datatable have stopped working.
Has my ISP updated to an SQL version that VS 2008 can't handle ?