I have requirment o send bulk Email to client more than 10,000 a day so howz to manage into console .NET / c# applictaion if any of Email id failure to send then application didnot stop it wil continueolsly sending email from next one
My VWD 2010 Express Edition appears to be missing the console application template. I have searched all the options under new project in VB and C# but it just is not there. I would like to add the console application template option .
I have a web application project that I have been working on for a long time now (about 7-8 months of work). I have been recently asked to convert it to web site project as boss wants the pages to be able to be updated independently instead of re-submitting the DLLs in BIN folder every time.
Is there a conventional step-by-step procedure to follow in order to do such conversion? Or create a web site project, copy all files, and hope that you will get less than 1000 errors?
I'm trying to share settings between two projects: a console app and a WPF app. The WPF app only exists to view and change those settings.
So in my console app, I wrote the following class...
My WPF app has a reference to the console application, so it can access the members of this Settings class.
So you'd think that if I use the WPF app to change one of these settings, then the next time I run the console app that changed setting would be available, but that is not the case. I'll change the masUserID setting from Bill to Ted, for example, but when I launch the console app it shows the setting is still Bill. If I run the WPF app, it's set to Ted.
I have a Visual Studio 2003 web service project that I have to upgrade to Visual Studio 2008. After I have run the conversion wizard, I get this message: You have completed the first step in converting your Visual Studio .NET 2003 web project. To complete the conversion, please select your projectin the Solution Explorer and choose the 'Convert to Web Application'context menu item.I got this message with another project, which was originally a "web site", rather than an ASP.NET "web application". It made sense to in that case (sort of). Why, however, would I not just want to have this project remain a web service project?Additionally, when I follow the instructions and select "Convert to Web Application" from the context menu, I don't get any feedback that anything has changed. Should it have?
I'm trying to publish my ASP.NET web application in Visual Studio 2010. I'm then trying to install it as a website on a server using IIS. I've gotten my application to publish (to a .zip file) but it points to the physical directory on my hard drive. This obviously will not work on the server.
I have a query that, when run in SQL Server Mgmt Studio query analyzer window, completes in about 5 seconds. However, when I attach this query to a table adapter in visual studio and try to preview the data, I get an error that says:"Timeout expired. The timeout period elapsed prior to completion of the operation or the server is not responding."Please note, the dataset was successfully configured using the TableAdapter Configuration Wizard, so there didn't appear to be any syntax errors with my query. Also note that I have other datasets connecting to the same database that are working as expected, so it doesn't appear that it would be an issue with the server not responding. Does anyone have thoughts on what kinds of things, other than a query taking too long to run, that could cause this specific error?
I have an ObjectDataSource in Visual Studio 2008. I have a DataSet defined with a TableAdapter. However, when I go to select the Table Adapter to use in the ObjectDataSource, nothing shows up. I double checked that the DataSet is in fact in the App_Code folder. I do not know what else to try. The following code is the ASP code for that ObjectDataSource:
I upgraded a project from Visual Studio 2005 to 2008. Now when I'm in the design view of a dataset (an xsd file) and try to add a new column a get an error message:"Failed to add column. The server version is not supported. Only servers up to Microsoft SQL Server 2005 are supported".But if I add a column from Visual Studio 2005 to a SQL Server 2008 database it works fine.
I am trying to write a script in Visual Studio 2008 (using a VB project) that will, upon the clicking of a button:
- An file object will be created.
-Said file object will read in a number of files from a specified file path.
-A dataset will be created and populated with fields from two columns within a database table; app_id and company_name.
-The script will read through the file names and fields recorded in the dataset, renaming the file to the app_id if the original file name contained the company_name.
The code I have so far to do this:
The problem is that currently this code will only rename the file if the file name and company_name match exactly, ideally I'd need to include a clause to make it rename if the file name is "LIKE" or "contains" the company_name. To be honest I'm not even sure if what I want is possible, or if what I have is even on the right track. So far my own research into the issue has been less than conclusive.
I was running w2k8r2 and asp.net 3.5sp1 with a web site at www.st-tech.com which uses membership users and roles processes; I installed Visual Studio 2010 RTM and asp.net 4.0 and converted my test web site; it works fine and the membership roles work fine; I converted the production pubic web site using VS 2010 and everything seems to work fine except when I go into IIS 7 manager for the public production site, my icons for asp.net users and asp.net roles are gone so I can't update them there - users can still login correctly to production databases. I can still access users and roles via visual studio 2010 and asp.net configuration menu. How do I get my asp.net users and roles icons back in IIS 7 manager?
We deployed version 2.0 to our client. But we converted from .Net 2.0 to .NET 3.5 in our development area. When we are deploying the modified module to our client, We are getting error because the client site is referring 2.0. We told the client to upgrade the .NET framework to 3.5. Though they are upgrading to 3.5, the web.config will refer to 2.0 only. We can't open the project in vs 2010 in the client place. Client system does not have project file. How can I convert the web.config?
on desktop start has disappeared, getting above issue on double clicking/running any application.have VS2005 installed with sp1 and all other relevant updates as per MS..., i read some forums which states because of VC++ the system files may be currupted....have not installed VC++can anyone guide me the issue here and its solution...
My website uses a single project solution. Each web page file consists of C# code along with the markup. I now have to separate the code from each page into code-behind files that must be combined with many different versions of the markup. I assume this means that I will need a solution with a common project of code-behind files that is merged with a project of each version of the markup files in order to create different websites. I need to know how to organize the solution for debugging and building each website and where to place each file.
I have a website which created first by Visual Studio 2005, then I convert in to Visual Studio 2008 and currently using Visual Studio 2008. After Visual Studio 2010 Service Pack 1, HTML 5 and CSS 3 seem to be available. I want to convert my website to a VS 2010 website which uses HTML5.
How can this be done?
Is it possible to convert it to an ASP.NET Web Application while I'm porting it from VS2008 to Visual Studio 2010 ?
I know how to convert a website to web application in Visual Studio 2008 but I haven't used Visual Studio 2010 and have no idea about the differences.