I've wrote the comprehensive post within my blog: [URL] In brief words everything is simple:
1. I've downloaded free Visual Studio C# 2010 Express and Visual Studio Web Developer 2010 Express 2. I've successfully installed these versions. 3. I've tried registration online - and got the appropriate keys which I've used for registration.
Finally all the keys I've got are not valid for the system - and after 30 days evaluation (for free version?) period all these products are not running anymore because all the keys I am providing from online registration are invalid.
Is it possible to configure and use IIS Express with Visual Studio Web Developer 2010 Express? If yes, Please guide me how to configure it?I have installed IIS express without Web Matrix using iisexpress_x86_en-US.msi I am able to run IIS express from command prompt but failed to configure my web site/application with IIS express. I want to configure my web site to launchun on IIS express when i press F5 :)
What is the different between the vs 2010 Web Developer Express and the full version of 2010?With the vs 2010 Web Developer Express will I be able to use all types of databases (MSSQL, MySQL, Access, ect) and enitity frame work?
I'm totally new to ASP.NET ( as a VC++ 6.0 engineer ), I have just downloaded the express edition of 2010 web developer and cannot find for the life of me the correct project template to create an ASP.NET webservice.. in 2008 it appears there is an option for this .. however I cannot find it in 2010..
I have a form that I'm working on in Visual Web Developer 2010 Express. I have a dropdown list to choose a data from the database. I want to use the chosen list item to populate a GridView object. This seems like it should be a simple thing to do.I have a data connection which uses a fixed SQL statement to populate the dropdown list and that works fine. I can select an item on the list and retrieve the correct information for the next query (namely an ID value for the next SQL statement).I have the data connection with another SQL statement to populate the gridview and that works fine. The gridview is currently just showing the entire dataset (it doesn't use the item that was selected in the dropdown list.Now I want to change the gridview's data connection to use the selected item in the dropdown list as a parameter to modify the SQL statementWhen I look at the properties of the data connection for the gridview data, I can bring up the Query properties and see the select statement. I also see the properties panel. I can add a property Name (Mine is "ID"). I then chose "Control" in Parameter Source and selected the ControlID for the dropdown list that has the ID information that I want to use for the parameter. I went into the advanced properties and modified some of the information because the ControlID is a Text field and the Database Column is a BigInt.My select statement looks like this:
What I don't know is how to get the parameter into the select statement.I've tried:
My existing system has Visual Studio 2008 and Visual Web Developer 2010 Express. But Microsoft web installer for Webmatrix has made Wematrix Launch ribbon menu pointing to Visual Studio 2008. How could I make Webmatrix point to Visual Web Express 2010. To make use of IntelliSense and the debugger, I have to manually launch Visual Web Developer 2010 Express.
One thing I do like about visual studio is the autoindent feature in the code behind where you can essentially close off the bracket of a loop or method or class and it'll automatically indent everything to make it consistent looking.
I am using ASP.NET MVC and want to have Unit Test functionality integrated within Visual Web Developer 2010 Express (or Visual Studio LightSwitch). Is it possible and if so, what is the recommended/best way to get it?
I have loaded Web Site from HDD. Now trying attach it to process WebDev.WebServer.EXE. But in Visual Studio 2010 Web Developer Express edition of VS not exist tool Attach To Process. Is it normal? if yes,
When I try to install the ASP.NET MVC 3 Beta on my server using WebPI, it wants to install Visual Web Developer Express 2010 and SQL Server 2008 Express R2 as prerequisites.I don't want either of those installed on my server. However, when I try to run the
standalone installer, I get the error "Microsoft ASP.NET MVC 3 does not apply", presumably because I don't have the prerequisites.Why is an IDE required to run ASP.NET MVC3? Are there manual or alternate ways to install the runtime only?
I'm struggling to install the Ajax toolkit in Visual Studio 2008 Developer Eddition. I followed all the steps in the ReadMe but everytime I right -click in the new tab and select "Choose Items..." my visual studio shows in the left hand bottom corner something like "Loading 'Choose Toolbox Items' dialog" and then after a few seconds visual studio just exits. What gives? Is there another way around this?