Visual Studio :: Adding A Server Control On Aspx Page Does Not Add Events In Aspx.designer.vb File?
Oct 5, 2010
I work in VS 2008. Whenver I add a server control(Label) and set it properties in aspx.vb and build the solution, I get the error "Label1 not declared". While analyzing this issue I noticed that the event handler statements for the Label1 where not added in the designer.asp.vb file. These statement would actually be added automatically when I drag and drop a control to my webpage.
I would also like to inform the scenario after which this problem came to me. I was working in VS 2008 , VS 2005 and VS 2003 in the same machine.Could this have caused the issue ?
Now each and everytime when I add a control, I am adding the "With Events" code in the designer page to make my build succesfull which makes me to spend more efforts.
im developing an asp.net website application but suddenly all changes i make to the page in the visual studio designer are not being saved for some reason. Every thing i do in the code behind file is saved with out any problem, also if i edit the .aspx file but in sourceview, the changes are saved, but if i drag a control from the toolbox onto the page designer and set some properties and then save, nothing will have been saved when i close and re-open the page, all changes are lost.
im developing an asp.net website application but suddenly all changes i make to the page in the visual studio designer are not being saved for some reason. Every thing i do in the code behind file is saved with out any problem, also if i edit the .aspx file but in sourceview, the changes are saved, but if i drag a control from the toolbox onto the page designer and set some properties and then save, nothing will have been saved when i close and re-open the page, all changes are lost. Its confusing and i have no idea why.Edit: also this happens on only one aspx file. All the other files edits are saved.[URL]
I've a problem with my Visual Studio.On the 13th of August 2010 i installed a Windows update on my vista sp2 pc. For this date my Visual Studio 2008 sp 1 always has closed itself by opening an aspx-page in designer view. There is no error message just closing the window. I restored a backup of my windows from the time before updating it and it helped, i could open aspx pages in the design view till the update has been installed again automatically after rebooting the pc. I can't disable windows updates, cause it's my pc at work and safety is very important.
I am able to access the controls of ".aspx" file in ".aspx.cs" directly without any declaration in ".aspx.cs" or in designer.cs. How is this possible? This is happeing only if I open website as using File System.
Create a new ASP.NET web site application with Visual Studio 2008. So following three files will be created automatically
How btnSave is being recognized by .cs file without defining it anywhere as an object of System.Web.UI.WebControls.Button?
I am university student and i am not fully familiar with MS visual web developer. wat I need to learn is that i am developing a web application for my project and i am stopped at how to add tab control to my web page. i am using MS visual web developer 2010 express edition. in my toolbox there is no tab control or page control option exist.
I fixed my last web project and I have to fix another one.I created a new page and it puts the name codefile attribute correctly.I paste in the html, but it doesn't create the designer file.All I see is the aspx and the .vb code file.
I have an aspx webpage in which an user control is added dynamically as follows:
UserControl testUsrControl = LoadControl("TestUsrControl") as UserControl; testUsrControl.ID ="test";
Then I tried adding an event handler of user control inside aspx like below:
testUsrControl.Drpdatafield_SelectIndexChanged += new EventHandler(this.Drpdatafield_SelectIndexChanged);
But this line is giving error at **testUsrControl.Drpdatafield_SelectIndexChanged **. The error is "Drpdatafield_SelectIndexChanged" doesn't exist in UserControl.How can get the testUsrControl's events inside aspx page dynamically.
I'm using Visual Studio 2008 on Windows 7. When I'm editing .aspx file VS stalls and thinks for about 3 sec every time I add a tag. Very frustrating. I'm guessing its doing some kind of compilation or checking. What can I do to make VS more responsive?
When I right click an ASPX page and click "View in Browser" the VS built-in web server starts up fine. However, if I go back to VS and make changes to the ASPX page and then refresh the browser, the changes are not reflected.
In order to see the changes, I have to stop the running web server and click "View in Browser" again to restart it -- then I can see the changes.
What's going on here? What would cause the built-in server (Cassini) to not reflect updates made from within Visual Studio? I also tried using UltiDev Cassini and am getting the same problem -- the web server does not load changes made in VS until the web server is restarted...
I use DevExpress and have a lot of templates which I use in my Web Application - popup windows with certain styles, menus, rounded panels so on. Of course, I don't want to type the same markup hundred times but also don't want to find this markup in whole application in order to paste it again. I use snippets in code-behind for these purposes. But what about markup?I downloaded it but I see only code-behind refactoring and still can't find how can I use something like snippets in aspx page.
I'm currently editing some html/css within a aspx file inside of Visual Studio 2010. I'm using Chrome as my browser. When I make changes inside of Visual Studio and save/ctrl + F5 to run it frequently fails to load the new updated .css file due to pulling old cached versions of the CSS.
I've used visual studio as my primary HTML editor before but when I work with pure html/css files I just save and refresh the file in chrome and it will refresh the updated css 100% of the time. I've only started to experience this problem when working with aspx files and running things via ctrl + f5. Anyone have any ideas of how I can fix this?
I have some aspx.designer.cs and .cs files that have disappeared due to some pc problems. This is for a tutorial I'm doing online. I've been able to download new aspx and aspx.cs files for this part. When I paste them into the directory and include them in the project I still don't have a aspx.designer.cs file. Is there a way to get this to be created while pasting the other files into the directory?
Visual Studio (SP1) runs fine until I try and view .aspx source files with the lines
<style type="text/css"> </stlye>
anywhere in them, upon which it freezes (i.e is totally unresponsive) and I have to use the task manager to shut it down.
I have read a lot of questions about Visual Studio 2008 crashing on viewing some source files. However, I still can't fix this problem.
I have systematically deleted and re-included all other code and it comes down to these two lines, which is very confusing. Sometimes it happens as soon as the lines are added, sometimes it doesn't freeze until I build the solution with any of the problem pages open. I can add external style sheets, and it only started recently.
I had Resharper 4.5 installed and have since uninstalled it, and do not have anything else installed.
Also, it happens to other people with the same source code, and re-installing Visual Studio does not fix the problem. So I have several questions:
Is there any way I can find out what's happening? I don't understand how the code (the css tag itself) could crash Visual Studio, and am thinking that this is unlikely and it must be something else within my solution, would this be a safe assumption? Could this have anything to do with installing Office 2010?
I have an intellisense problem in VS2008.I use code-behind, and though I can declare ASP elements in the aspx file, it's as if the code can't see them.The pages run OK,but when I type anAspLabel and then '.' for example, intellisense does not pop up the methods and members for this asp label.
I've tried the reset option in Options > Text Editor.Intellisense works fine if the class instance is declared in the code behind file,but it won't recognise web controls declared on the aspx page.
I wonder if this is either a bug or a setting I could potentially change.
I uploaded a YouTube video of the behavior since it's easier to see: [URL]
I've got a Multiview control with a View (call it view1) inside it. When I type text into view1 within the Design view of Visual Studio 2010, if the text reaches the end of the visible line it does not wrap to the next line as expected (like a div or p tag would do outside the multiview control). Instead, it extends the multiview horizonally and the horizonal scrollbar appears.
saving my aspx file takes too long, it has some nested tables, but it is nothing huge, it has like 50+ overall controls on the form. When I hit the save button, it takes a few minutes and drives cpu crazy, so I am guessing it is doing something in the background.
So, what is the reason, any clues how to speed this up?
I am running Visual Studio 2008. I cannot get the auto format to work on the source code of my aspx page. I have tried it from the edit menu and the ctrl K, D. Nothing works. If I manually fix everything, the next time I open the file the formatting is gone. Here is a sample of what it looks like: