Browse by Tags
Showing page 1 of 2 (17 total posts)
Definately, long time no see!
I was setting up my new work machine, and during installation of Business Intelligence Development Studio in SQL2008 64-bit, I got the aforementioned error (I had installed VS2008 to other than the default location). Fortunately, following KB article solved the ...
See ScottGu's announcement at: http://weblogs.asp.net/scottgu/archive/2008/10/14/silverlight-2-released.aspx
I just noticed a very interesting announcement by Scott Guthrie. Microsoft will officially start co-operating with jQuery development community, adding support for jquery in ASP.NET Ajax, and which also includes Microsoft PSS e.g they take support cases.
Read more here.
Yes, now it is released and you'll get it at: http://www.asp.net/downloads/3.5-sp1/
Interesting point regarding some old posts of mine e.g
Potential solution for "Validation of viewstate MAC failed"
I've lately crushed on SQL2005's business intelligence. See, it's nice to learn the greatest features of a product when new version is almost out there. :-)
Well, as probably many others, I almost instantly uninstalled VS2005 after VS2008 was in RTM and running on my machine. Of course, because I also had ...
Edit: ScottGu has also a post about the SP: http://weblogs.asp.net/scottgu/archive/2008/05/12/visual-studio-2008-and-net-framework-3-5-service-pack-1-beta.aspx
There are lots of stuff in that SP...
-ASP.NET Data ...
I promised to spread the word. :-)
Phil and his peers have a developer event, DDD Ireland, in Ireland on 3rd of May. And here's the "official poster" :-)
Developer Event? Ah go on, go on, go on.
Check it out at www.DDDIreland.com
My MSDN for VS2008 started suddenly to raise this error.
and I had no idea why. This occurred on my home machine which is XP Pro with latest upgrades.
I tried following steps:
- I uninstalled and reinstalled entire MSDN Library for VS2008
- I tried to repair IE (basically by reinstalling IE7)
- I even deleted everything from ...
Mike Volodarsky has put up a nice article about VS2008 and IIS 7.0 together. Check it out: http://learn.iis.net/page.aspx/387/using-visual-studio-2008-with-iis-70/
"Microsoft is announcing right now DreamSpark, a new program that gives free developer, designer and related software to college students in 11 countries. DreamSpark goes live today in Belgium, China, Finland, France, ...