Visual Studio :: Can Not Create An C# ASP.NET Web Site From Visual Studio 2010
May 27, 2010
I downloaded a trial version of Visual Studio 2010, created a new c# Solution and then wanted to add an ASP.NET Web Site. I am Folllowing an example in a book: ASP.NET 3.5 Enterprise Application Development with Visual Studio 2008.In the book they write that a template for createing an c# ASP.NET Web Site would be found, but whereever I search for o template in VisualStudio I cant find that for c#, I could find it for VisualBasic but that is not wath I want!
I've tried all kinds of searches on this site and with Bing and don't seem to get any hits that meet my condition. So pardon me if this is a rather basic question. I'm rather new at ASP.NET programming.I want to experiment with putting up to a live site. GoDaddy gives you free hosting if you get the URL from them. The catch is the hosting only supports IIS 7.0 with .Net 2.0/3.0/3.5. I've uploaded all kinds of plain websites with no problem. So in Visual Studio 2010 I selected the following options while creating a new project:
I tried to install Visual Studio Prof 2010 trail version in my system, but i got an error saying 'Please remove/uninstall Visual Studio 2010 load test controller' to proceed installation. i uninstalled my previous VS2008 software from system and i could not find anything like 'Remove/Uninstall Visual Studio 2010 load test controller' software in my Add/Remove Programs.
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?
when i opened my Visual Studio 2010 i noticed that my ajax tab was missing from my toolbox and ajax control kit too.Then i noticed even that when i create new website, there is no web.config in it and it should be.WHAT IS GOIN ON???? :/
When I first open vs there is a screen with a blue background that is displayed. That screen has a very noticable flicker which is actually painful to my eyes. It is like my monitor is out of sync. I am running vista, screen resolution 1920 x 1200. I have two identical monitors, graphics card is ATI radeon 3800 series.I have no problems with any other application or game. I was hoping this would go away with the RC but it is still there.
I am struggling to publish a site built (and working locally) using VWD 2010 Express to a production server.I realise that this is because I don't understand enough about the relationship between the website and SQL server and I certainly don't know enough about the way SQL server works in general. Can anybody recommend some learning resources - books, tutorials, vids etc, that explain the background and in particular address the issue of how to publish to a production server.
I have published my website using VS2010 and then selected FTP Site.Problem is that it does not show me update status. and takes too much time as compare to other FTP client. Is there any way or plugin for visual studio 2010 so i can build and directly publish that on FTP server.
I am facing a problem reated to web services. A customer is running his website on an old server running .Net Framework version 1.1. We would like from this site to call a Web Service, how can I do that. I have Visual Studio 2010 intalled on my machine and when I use the option "Add Web Reference" the generated files/folders seem to not be compatible.
I tried copying the .aspx and .aspx.vb files from my existing VS 2008 web site directory into the VS 2010 project directory (which is how I converted projects from VS2005 to VS2008), but that doesn't seem to make the files appear in the project/solution in VS 2010.So, I've got this site I built in VS2008, and I want to start editing it in VS2010. What's the best way to do this?
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 am getting the following error when I try to establish ftp remote connection using the 'copy web site' feature on visual studio 2005.
unable to open the web 'ftp://209.*.*.*/httpdocs'. The computer is disconnected from the network.
Why can't I connect to the remote site on visual studio 2005? I can do the same thing on Dreamweaver with no problem. I can ping the IP successfully. I can open the ftp URL on a web browser with no problem.