SQL Server :: Install 2008 R2 Express Edition In A System
Mar 3, 2011
my system i am having sql server 2005 standard edition.now i installed sql server 2008 r2 express edition and i am getting error like.."the service did not respond to the start or contorl request in a timely fashion"...
is it possible to install sql server 2008 r2 express edition in a system where sql server 2005 standard edition is already installed?
Both visual studio 2008 express edition and visual studio professional setup's are install in my system, i like to uninstall visual studio 2008 express edition, and use professional edition. is there any problem arises in visual studio professional edition, if i uninstall visual studio 2008 exp edition
In machine XPSP2, I tried to install SQL SErver 2005 express edition (downloaded from the microsoft site) - after mode selction form (Windows/SQL server authentication) - system restarted, automatically.Again restarted, Again restarted,Again restarted,Again restarted,a 1000 times or more.finally I unplugged the system from the UPS
install Visual Studio 2010 (with ASP.net framework 4.0) and when I try to install SQL Server Express 2008 I get an error message telling me that .NET framework 3.5 SP1 is required.I know in the installation of VS 2010 SQL Server Express is installed. However I need to have the management studio install. I have tried installing both the full version of SQL Server Express 2008 and the front end management studio for SQL Server 2008nly.
I am considering an upgrade to Visual Studio 2010 Pro from my Visual Studio 2008 Standard Edition while the price is still $299. I have successfully used Visual Studio 2008 Standard Edition along with SQL Server 2008 R2 Express Edition to produce websites with database backends. I am assuming that I will still be able to do this with Visual Studio 2010 Pro without any heart-stopping transitional problems. Anyone have any experiences/advice about this? And just for the record, I cannot afford Visual Studio 2010 Premium which I believe would make this a moot point.
I am about to get my sites hosted with a local host company. They are offering me their lowest cost MSSQL server, which is the web edition. So my question is what is the difference between that and 2008 express edition? Can express edition be used for a full fledge in production website? And does Web implies that I will be interacting with it via the web correct. Lastly, if the web version is not chosen what is the typical protocol for uploading and maintaining a site when you have a dedicated server. Do you normally have to go to the data center or is there like a web portal that can be used. I will be asking the guys at the company these questions as well, but I want to make sure I get another opinion on the issue.
Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 was being used along with SQL Express for website development on the Operating System, Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise Edition of Intel Xeon CPU @ 2.13 GHz (2 Processors) containing 12 GB RAM with 64-bit Operating System. Website was developed along with the databases of SQL Express with the help of Visual Studio. Whether the developed website along with the databases may be used on the Operating System, Windows 7 of 64-bit? The website will used within Intranet. Which Operating System and configuration to be used for the Intranet Website?
I have several css style sheets I want to work with. I have copied them into the appropriate directory structure in my project. The styles are applied correctly.But the manage CSS styles tool bar on the left margin doesn't seem to work correctly. At one point I had generated a style sheet and worked with it there, but now it not only can't find the one it generated, but the attach style sheet link doesn't respond at all, nor does anything in this bar. Same deadness with the CSS Properties bar. With or without a style sheet loaded in the editor -- a style sheet that is active in the project such that when I run it, the styles are applied.VB version of studio, running on Vista home basic.PS, the design mode works a lot better than the professional version I use in my day job on XP and server 2003.
I have downloaded, installed, registered and re-installed the above product. When I run the program, I do not have the option to create or open a website. Can anyone tell me why this option is missing?
i have created a website in VS 2008 express edition and i have a URL and hosting space and i'm sure the space in windows based and not linux based, all i want to know now is how to get my website onto the internet, do i have to up load it through VS or can i use a packaged such as filezila?
My server OS is Windows 2003 and IIS version is 6.0. 3 Web site already running. Recently I developed a website using Visula Developer 2008 Express Edition and copied the files to my Server and create a Website but getting some error.
I'm working on a project based on Microsoft Visual Developer 2008 Express Edition, involving web pages and database. I would like to know how I can go live? Can I download the express edition for free? Or is there any runtime program that I can use without having to pay?
I have a project to build statistical reports. i am told to use crystal reports if its a license free, If it is not than user some other free source.
This is my first attempt to use reports in asp.net. Can anyone guide me how to start with e.g if i am using crystal reports than how do i add a crystal report control in my toolbox(Microsoft Visual Developer Express Edition 2008).
Please help me to understand how reports work.Any good tutorials,from scratch would be very helpful.
we are planning to use ASP .NET and Oracle Database, however, I don't know what are the requirements for developement/Production machine besides .NET Framework and Visual Studio 2008 Express edition.I am confused between various providers.
.NET Framework/VS 2008 Express.
Win2003 Server with IIS
please correct me if I am missing any other elements required to connect to a remote DB Server or Local one. If any provider is needed how do you deploy it at production server?