I been trying to attach a database in sql 2008 express created in VS 2008 Professional. I have been getting error message and codes which there is no support for once you click the link in the message whats up with that? to my most recent memory it had something to do with permissions... but I was logged in as adminstrator so that confuses me.
I have Visual Studio 2008 and SQL Server 2008 but when i create an SQL Server Database i read that i need SQL Server Express 2005, Why????.....how can i resolve this question without install it but using 2008 version?
I have looked at all the posts I can find on this problem and tried everything I can think of, but still the problem persists. I am getting really sick of it.was working fine for the last year until an update to MS Office 2007 caused a lot of problems (automatic update). After checking posts here, I removed it completely. No change. I then tried all the things I could find on other posts, also no change. Today, I removed VS and the Web Authoring Component and re-installed. Still no go.
Does anyone have a fix for this problem. It seems that it has been around a long time, but is still giving problems. I even saw one suggestion to reformat the drive! You've got to be joking!
I'm creating a website and I'm testing resgistering and Log-in.
I followed a simple tutorial to create a Log-in in Visual Studio C# template which generated a SQL Server database.Locally the Log-in and registration page works perfectly. The problem is that when I upload my site to the hosting site the navigation works but the Log-in and Registration forms send an error when clicked "Register" or "Log-in". I contacted the site and they upload my database the way it should be because I was doing it wrong. I can see all my files including the data base.
They commented me that I had to do a connection string to the data base so the login and registration forms can work. I don't understand how to do that, I know the connection string has to be declared in the Web Config File, the thing is that I don't know how to write that code and link it to my data base in the hosting site, in fact I have sample code but I don't know just what do I need to put in it.
I jsut installed SQL server and management studio on my PC. For management studio, I created a database with tables. However, When I have data connection for SQL server in visual studio express, I couldn' t see the database I created.
Would something be missing, not working, or confusing if I do this? First, install SQL Server 2008 Standard, and SP1. Then, install Visual Studio 2010 Professional, unchecking SQL Server 2008 Express option. Or would I need to fix any configurations afterwards?
I am using Visual Studio 2010 and have a full version of SQL Server 2008 (not SQL Server Express 2008). I would like to be able to use the database that I created in Sql Server 2008 (not sql server 2008 express) but when I go to app_code -> Add Item and select SQL Server I get the following error message:
"Connections to SQL Server database files (.mdf) requires Sql Server 2005 Express or Sql Server 2008 Express to be installed an running on the local computer ..."
Do I really need to have sql server 2008 express installed on my local computer when I already have the full blown version of Sql Server 2008 installed on my local computer.
I'm trying to access an SQL Server Express database out of an ASP.NET HTTP request handler. The handler is run under ASPNET account and uses "integrated security" in the SQL connection string and so I get an error message saying that login for ASPNET account failed and so I can't access the database. This seems to be a very common problem and most answers say "grant access to you database to user ASPNET".
I only have Visual Studio 2008 and I can't find how to change access permisssions for a database. Specifically I use Tools->Server Explorer and I can see all the tables in the database but can't find how to change access permissions. How do I change access permissions to my database using tools shipped within Visual Studio 2008?
If VS 2008 and VWD 2008 are both installed on the same machine, will they both use the same Projects folder to keep my projects in?If so, can I open the projects and run them interchangeably with VS2008 and VWD 2008? This is the folder that is located at " User>Documents>Visual Studio 2008>Projects
i having trouble merging cells in reporting service with visual studio 2008 i want to merge a cell that has data of a group and detail i can't is there any way Here is an image of what i'm trying to do
I created and populated a database inside Visual Studio 2008 instead of using Management Studio.I need to run the script to create the schema for users and roles.The database does not show up in ASP.NET SQL Server Setup Wizard or in Management StudioThe only databases that do show up are master, model, msdb, and tempdb
Is there anything I can do to fix this or would it be easier for me to just create a new database starting in Management Studio and then connect to it from within Visual Studio?
I have an application in Visual Studio 2008. I have been working with it for some time. Today, suddenly, it will not debug, or more specifically it does not stop at the breakpoints I created in Visual Studio. It just ignores them. I tested the break points by adding one at the opening of the Page_Load event and nothing. If I put in a mistake on purpose the application will build, the internet explorer opens, and gives me an error report. It has never done this before. Usually it stops IE from opening and gives me a list of errors at the bottom of the VS screen. I want my old VS back. I don't see how this could have changed it but I'll mention the things I've worked on recently. I've been trying to configure the session states in the web.config page, and then recently I started a new web page with a conection to a database and gridview. I have restarted VS and nothing has changed.
I know this is working correctly beacuse when I publish my website to my hosting provider, and request a resource in a protected directory, and I am not currently authenticated, I get automatically redirected to my login page and then once successfully authenticated granted access and redirected back to the sure *.aspx file in my protected directory (assuming I am authorized for those resources).
So that is working no problem.
However, when I run this from visual studio 2008 (F5) in debug mode, I am not being required to authenticate. It simply serves up the protected resource without asking for my credentials.
If I put a [PrincipalPermission(SecurityAction.Demand, Authenticated = true)] on a BLL class method, it will throw an security exception, but the page that is calling it is in a secure directory and I am never asked to authenticate using the login page.
I am closing and re-opening brosers, clearing cookies, etc..., but no matter what I do I am not automatically redirected to the login page, and the secure page when I launch from visual Studio running on the embedded local host. Thiis working perfectly externally, same build, same web.config, pointing to the same database, on the hosting provider. (yes, eventually, I will be using dev/test/prod db configurations to test, but for now for simplicity I am keeping it the same)
Not only is it maddening, but worse yet, it would obviously make testing this application impossible after the initial release.
I recently bought a new computer, so I want to copy the projects into current system which has visual studio. I have a project developed in VWD 2008. I copied the folder into a flash drive and copied it back into the new system.
Knowing the location, how I do import the project into new system?
nfortunately, I can't get my breakpoints to work when in debug mode in Visual Studio 2008 (ASP.NET 3.5, Windows 7, IIS7). The website compiles and opens in debug mode, but the breakpoints themselves generate the following error message:"The breakpoint will not currently be hit. No symbols have been loaded for this document."There are some recommended solutions online, but for various reasons, either they haven't applied or I haven't been able to make them work. I've been trying to find the solution for about 12 hours now, and I'm getting desperate.(Note 1: This problem is specific to this website. I do have other websites that I open in VS2008 where the breakpoints work fine.)(Note 2: There is only one website/project associated with this problem. This website does not have multiple projects.)