Installation :: VS.NET 2008 - Error "Package Visual Web Developer HTML Source Editor Package Has Failed?
Jun 24, 2010
I have been trying to install VS 2008 profesional in my computer, I am getting this error "Package Visual Web Developer HTML source editor package has failed to loas properly GUID = BFCC0C3C-6F87-4285-A6C8-BB1606180OD Please contact package vendor for assistance, application restart is recomended , due to possible environment corruption.
When i was building my project in my local machine it was giving me the below error...."Error 1706:An installation package for the product Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 Shell(integrated mode)ENU cannot be found!!!Try the installation again using a valid copy of the installation package 'vs_shell.msi'"
I got VS2010 and SQL Server 2008 R2 64bit installed on a Windows Server 2008 R2, I need to execute a SSIS package from ASP.NET. From the research most people uses DTS, but it seems DTS does not support for 64bit, does anyone have a way make it working without using DTS?
When I first installed VS in german several "package errors" popped up. They had the option to ignore the message or disable the package. Ever since I'm trying to fix that by kinda "reallowing" the package, or reinstalling it. I even deinstalled and installed VS completely, without success. I discovered a solution for when someone would have clicked to "ignore" the message, but not for when the packages were disallowed. Disallowing these packages results in a VS not recognizing Markup / CSS language.
I'm looking for any and all information on how to execute an SSIS package from my asp.net web site. I have written the call and when I run the application from (Localhost) it works, but when I run it from the server it does not.
Here is my code to call and execute the package:
Again this works from my local machine running from localhost, but not from our live server. I have turned on impersination to see if that worked and still getting the same result. The file is written successfully to the server without issue, but I'm just lost.
I Created msi installer for my web application with the help of the following link. [URL] But when I insall application using this installer into my IIS under root dicrectory I can see my .cs files also. How to remove these .cs files from msi installer. ( I am using VS2005).
We have built an ASP.NET application in 4.0 (we can change it to 3.5 if necessary) with a SQL Server database.
I am looking to create an installation package (exe or msi) so that I can provide this file to my clients and they can install it on all of their laptops. This asp.net application will be running on laptops that don't have access to the internet. Some of these laptops have XP Home, Win 7 Home, and other windows operating systems and not all of them have IIS installed. Is there some sort of simple application that I can use to create an Installer application where it will install IIS or some other web server, SQL Express, and .NET framework 4.0. If these applications are installed already, then it shouldn't install it.
I am having a silly beginners problem with ASP.Net/Visual Studio 2010. I would like to integrate a number of third party packages into my asp.net MVC app (e.g. CKEditor, TinyMCE.) During the prepwork I sooner or later end with instructions to the order of "copy the package into your project/scripts directory". Sounds easy but I still can't figure out how to do it.
I am working on a setup package that installs a web site on IIS7 and IIS6. I've already made it for IIS7, now I need to make it for IIS6. But I am working under windows 7 so I can't install IIS6 on it. Any way, I have to test my setup project. What are the ways to do it (preferrably free and legal ;) ) ? I can think of a remote connection to a machine that already has IIS6 and using a virtual machine, for example virtualbox.org . But even though virtualbox.org is free, WinXP with IIS6 isn't ;) .
Today I started playing with the web.config transforms in VS 2010. To begin with, I attempted the same hello world example that features in a lot of the blog posts on this topic - updating a connection string.
I created the minimal example shown below (and similar to the one found in this blog). The problem is that whenever I do a right-click -> "Publish", or a right-click -> "Build Deployment Package" on the .csproj file, I'm not getting the correct output. Rather than a transformed web.config, I'm getting no web.config, and instead the two transform files are included.
I have a web setup package project alongside an old .asmx web service. When I build it I only get 'MyService.msi' and not the 'Setup.exe' in the 'Release' folder after build. Normally the .msi suffices for installation, but on Windows Server 2008 R2 I am getting denied from installing the .msi pacakge. I can only install .exe packages after right clicking and stating "Install as Administrator".
The server admin is still new to 2008 R2 and not sure why I can't install an .msi because I am an admin, so for now if I knew how to get that web setup package to generate the Setup.exe file as well I see my other VS.NET setup packages create.
We are trying to install VWD 2010 on a windows 2008 server. We already have installed the 2008 version as well as SQL 2005, 2008 and 2008 R2. The Web Platform installer is not installing VWD 2010 however.At first it notified us that the OS does not allow it, after running tons of updates on the OS (some of which failed) it is still not doing it, not even donwloading it. The latest message simply asked us to post the error on the forum
Ive created an SSIS package (vs2005, so vb.net only) One of the tasks has to unzip a zip file. To do this ive used java.util.zip library and written some code to unzip the file. Ive just been asked if its possible to use something other than a java library as our network engineers dont want to put the this on our server. Is there anything similar to java.util.zip that I can use in a vs2005 package ?
I'm trying to install a site search software called FindInSite. After following the instructions, and having a network guy do some of the set up, I get an error in the main config.asp file when trying to load one of four test pages. I can load the one html test page, but all three aspx test pages will generate the same error. The error itself is below:
Since this is an error in loading the roll provider for this particular page, I'm guessing that there is something wrong with the virtual directory or physical directory that was created for this software. None of the other pages on the site generate this error.
I am trying to update NuGet Package Manager from ver.1.0.11220.104 to version 220.127.116.11 using the VS extension manager, but the install fails on VS2010 Ultimate Version 10.0.31118.1 SP1Rel because of a signiture mismatch; see error below.
While trying to download Visual web developer from HERE I get an error message about downloading visual C++ 2008 sp1 first. I go ahead and download it from HERE, but still no luck launching the program.Here is a pic of the error message.
SQL Server Express 2008 R2 installation is failed...plese see the error log ...i gave the password "sa"..please guide me Overall summary Final result: SQL Server installation failed. To continue, investigate the reason for the failure, correct the problem, uninstall SQL Server, and then rerun SQL Server Setup. Exit message: The specified sa password does not meet strong password requirements. For more information about strong password requirements, see "Database Engine Configuration - Account Provisioning" in Setup Help or in SQL Server 2008 R2 Books Online.