I'm getting this error: "Unable to edit file .... The style sheet must be part of the current project and the project must be a web site or web application project." I have tried it with the CSS file defined in the Site.Master file as relative (,,/,,/xx.css) and full path (e.g. c:....) I get the same error in both cases and I am unable to edit the CSS file.
installing visual studio 2010 pro RC in windows Xp SP3 and getting a message prompt : invalid windows installer package contact vendorlog file says
[02/22/10,17:09:07] Microsoft Application Error Reporting:  CMsiComponent::Install() expects the setup file for Microsoft Application Error Reporting, but the file failed verification. [02/22/10,17:09:07] setup.exe:  ISetupComponent::Pre/Post/Install() failed in ISetupManager::InternalInstallManager() with HRESULT -2147467259. [02/22/10,17:09:08] VS70pgui:  DepCheck indicates Microsoft Application Error Reporting is not installed.
I want to edit my code while debugging. Some projects i am able to work but in some rojects i am not. When i edit my code I got the following error:"Changes are not allowed while code is running or if the option "Break all processes when one process break' is disabled. The option can be enabled in Tools, Options, Debugging."I tried to do as per the above instructions but still i am getting the same error. Any one know the solution plz help me. By the way i am using Windows application and using VS 2008
I am using VS 2008 and created Web site project ( not web application project ) . And i have enabled the edit and continue option in Tools=>Option=>Debugging . It allowed me to edit, but when i continue it come out with the message box and it does not effect whatever i have changed.
Looking for a quick answer, as I am not able to find the VS options to solve my problem.
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Does anyone have a suggestion as to where to look in VS 2008 to get rid of the second scrollbar in the edit pane? Edit pane has double scrollbars with the second one not being usable with the mouse, and Spy++ doesnt hook into it to allow me to see where it maybe coming from:
i am very new to using asp.net and visual studio. Let me first give you a little heads up on what is going on. About 2 years ago i bought a caned auction website from a company, and now i feel like i am ready to edit the theme website to make it look better. I asked the lady what programs i need to be familiar with and she told me Visual Studio 2008. This is my thing, i would like to edit the website and see the result at the same time without having to edit code all day long and then upload it to my server.
I'm getting this strange error when i'm in SplitView or DesignView and i refresh view (i'm using VisualStudio 2010 .Net 4.0). This is happening only for this page and i have never seen anything like it, neither do i understand what is goin on.
I have web application project and i want to edit aspnetdb Database, but id does not appear in App_Data folder.I even cant see web.config file for subfolerds. When i create web site project in vs, i can see the aspnetdb Database.Vs Version : 2008
A few basic yes/no questions to see if I am expecting the impossible within VWDE:
At one point I thought I was given an option to create an external css file & have all styles automatically stored in the external file. Is there such a setting? ( Right now I have an external css file created & linked to the page, but as I work on the web page in Design view all new styles are created in the web page & I need to use the style manager to move them to the external file. )Can I tell VWDE to generate css for all formatting as I create a new table in the web page in design view? In other words, can I work strictly in web page design view yet have all formatting code - including the table layout - generated into the external css file?If I create style code for a web page table, does that style code need to be manually modified each time I add or remove rows from the table?Is there a VWDE funtion/tool to generate an external css file for an existing web page that contains embedded/inline styles? Right now I find that I need to individually move each style to an external sheet - i.e. Q1.If I were able in some way to create an external css file to handle all formatting for a given web page, would I have to manually create & maintain a second external css file to provide a printer-friendly format?Basically I have found so far that WYSIWYG editting in VWDE is ok up to a point, but support for CSS in Design view is very limited. It seems that if I want to employ CSS, I have to edit & separately manage CSS code rather than work in a WYSIWYG mode.
TI am hoping that even simple yes/no answers to the above will help me determine if VWDE is an exercise in frustration or worthwhile for me.
When I'm building my web project it takes about 20 seconds to compile. Then when I try to browse to a web page in project, asp.net does its runtime compilation(another 20 seconds). I know I can't escape these steps because thats how asp.net works, just want to see if anyone has some kind of optimization to make these builds faster.
I want to use a source control in VS2010, I know my best bet is TFS, but at the moment TFS(can't afford ). As i understand TFS is the new VSS_2005(can afford)Can VSS 2005 be use as a source control for VS 2010 solutions/projects?
I just recently upgrade my asp.net web project from visual studio 2005 to visual studio 2010. The upgrade was successful with no problems however im missing some features with this project. The One Click Publish feature(which is greyed out) in the header area of Visual Studio 2010 and the Add Config Transforms feature which is no where to be seen when you right click on web.config. When i create a new web project straight from visual studio 2010, these options work fine.
Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2 locked up, and when I tried to restart it, it wouldn't load, so I did a devenv.exe /resetuserdata to get it going again. It reset everyhing in my options of the web app/ etc, and now some AJAX conrols don't work such as dragpanel. I assume that it is because something got reset that I haven't enabled again, but can't figure it out.
Im working on a website project with Visual Studio 2010 from 2 different computers (home & work). In Dreamweaver Im used to FTP to upload/download files to/from a webserver to syncronice my files on the current computer Im working on.What is best option in Visual Studio 2010 to sync project files between home & work computers? I have seen there is a built in FTP, but seems only it can upload files, limited functionality?
I have a site that I am developing with VS 2008. I have a breakpoint set in my code behind file. This file is vast as some of it was created with Iron Speed 7.0. What I'd like to do is limit the debugger to the one file. That is, no matter where the code goes it skips over code in other files, and automatially breaks when execution returns to the file I put the break point in. The code is too vast to step a bit at time and choose to step into or out of bit of code. I want it to just debug the current file.
When I right click on any folder below the App_Themes folder in VS 2010, the only web file that appears to be able to be added is the Skin file. If I pick a regular folder within the site (other than App_Themes), Style Sheet does appear.
I checked both an existing web application project (VS2008 upgraded to VS2010) and a new web application project created in VS2010 and both yield the same results.
I can create a CSS file in another folder (like the main folder) and then drag it into the theme folder, as a work around. Just trying to determine if I was missing something regarding theme folder and CSS files.