vb.net vs c#.net vs j#.net
just out of curiousity which looks, acts most like java? i'm still learning trying to used to vb.net but it seems that it was easier to do some stuff with java.
C# is Java++ in my opinion. If you have done C or Jave you will prefer C#.Mike Schellenberger - MCAD
If you are looking for language similar to java go for J#.
However most code samples you find on the net will be in VB.NET and C#....VB.NET Standard vs VS.NET Professional
I've been using the Trail Version of Visual Studio .NET Professional Edition 2003 and I now need to ask my Boss to buy the Full Version.
I'm going to be developing ASP.NET Web Applications that are Data-driven with SQL Server 7.0 and 2000. I'm only going to need Visual Basic for coding my applications.
My Question is what version of Visual Studio .NET should I buy???
Since I'm only going to be using Visual Basic should I buy Visual Basic .NET Standard 2003???? or stick with Visual Studio .NET Professional Edition 2003 (bearing in mind is about 10x more expensive).
Obvio...VS.NET 2005 vs VS.NET 2003
I have used VS.NET 2003 extensively and exploited all features like drag and drop functions for creating components, drag and drop data access components...For example VS.NET 2003 allows creating sqldataadapter for table mapping , stored proc parameters mappings etc..We can drag pretty much any object on component designer....Not it seems like all that gone...VS.NET 2005, there is no way we can drag the typed dataset, sqldata adapter, sqlcommand on forms designer . There is no concept of component. There is no component designer any more....Biggest flaw i found is sqldatasource and...Converting project from VS:Net 2003 to Vs.Net 2005
Hi there,can anyone help with converting a project from Vs.NET 2003 to vs.net 2005. Its not the internal workings that are a problem but the organization...I understand that under mydocuments\visual Studio 2005\ there are 2 directories (amongst others)1 is projects1 is websitesin projects these store the sln file and all the code for a gui app for examplefor websites in projects is just the sln which points to the websites directory where all the code is for a website i.e. under \mydocs\visual studio 2005\websitesam i right?So in simple terms, what is the best way of importing my vs.ne...How to open a VS.NET 2003 project in VS.NET 2002
My colleague created a ASP.NET project by VS.NET 2003. I can not open it by the VS.NET 2002 in my machine. Can I call my colleague to modify some settings on this project and so I can open it by 2002? How to do that? thx...VS.NET Projects on the Net
If I'm done with a project/solution that I created with IIS(Localhost) and VS.NET, what files from the solution will I need to upload to the host? (Host in this case is Brinkster(Free Plan))
only the aspx and ascx files ...
in the bin folder you will need the compiled dll files ...
Also in the root you need: web.config and flobal.asax
That's itVerhoeven Bart
Technical Project Leader
There is only 2 files in the .bin folder.
..dll file and .pdb
All the ACSX and ASPX files are in the project's folder.
When ever I try building the project, I get nothing in the B...VS.NET 2005 vs VS.NET 2003 #2
why there is no datagrid anymore when i drag the tables in design view?
it's the gridview,and where is the data adapter.
How will i connect the tables now?
Here are a couple videos on the new Data model in VS2005. I think you will find it much easier to use. I have watch the first one, but the second is by Fritz Onion. I think there is an Advanced Data Binding Video in the same series done by him as well.
ASP.NET HOW DO I Video Series: Data
MSDN Webcast: Essential ASP.NET for the Web Developer (Part 5 of 15): Introduction to Data Binding (Level 200)
Hope this helpsTh...Opening project created in VS.NET 2003 in VS.NET 2002?
Can this be done?
i'm havin problems opening my applications.
the solution file i created is not recognise by VS.NET 2002..
can anyone provide me with a solution?
thanks very much..
It is not designed to do this, so don't think you are doing anything wrong. There is a tool designed to do this, it can be foundHERE You must register, but it is a free download. Hope this helps.Chris Paterra
thanks very much.....Copying VS.NET web project to Win 2003 and opening it in VS.NET
Environment: ASP.NET 1.1; VS.NET Enterprise 2003; Windows Server 2003; IIS 6.0
I hope somebody can help me figure this out. I created a Web project on my XP Dev machine which I can open, run, debug and do everything else. I can "deploy" the project to my 2003 server and open the site in explorer browser. But now, I want to transfer the whole solution to my Win 2003 and continue the development and testing on it. So, I transferred the whole VS solution directory from my XP machine to the Win 2003 machine. I created a Web site (not a virtual directory under default...VS.NET 2003 to VS.Net 2005
I just converetd my VS.Net 2003 project to VS.NET 2005 using the convert wizard in Visual Studio 2005 Web Application Project. It compiled with no build errors and a few warnings. When Iam trying to view the project, then it gives me 404 error. Can someone help ? Thanks
Could you confirm you are using WAP (Web Application Projects) versus the built-in WSP (Web Site model)? If you have a project file after converting, then you are using WAP.
Could you post the actual 404 error you got?
Also, did you set your start page in the converted project?
-Mike-...Vs.Net 2002 and Vs.Net 2003
I've one question that keeps messing with my head, I want to know if you have:
1. VS.Net 2002 with Framework 1.0 and 1.1 in the same PC, which Framework it compiles apps for?
2. VS.Net 2003 with Framework 1.0 and 1.1 in the same PC, which Framework it compiles apps for?
Is it possible to have an app compiled for framework 1.0 that uses DLLs or assemblies compiled for framework 1.1???? and still work ok??
thanks a lot....VS.NET 2003 and VS.NET 2005 on same machine
I've seen some postings indicating that you can have VS.NET 2003 and VS.NET 2005 side by side on the same machine. I've also seen some comments that if doing this there is something that gets messed up, but I can't locate what it is and what the solution might be.
Can someone shed some light on this for me regarding what might get messed up and where I can find the fixes to it?
Ira Richard Smith
I have this set up. no prob at all.-DarrenNeese.com-DNN ROCKS!-DeveloperSchool.com
Same here along with VS.Net 2002 & VS 6.0
I'm running 2003 and 2005 on wi...VS.NET 2005 to VS.NET 2003 converter
I need a VS.NET 2005 to VS.NET 2003 converter.
OOPs. (It is a long story.)
Does such a thing exist?
Do you have any hints?
(The VS.NET 2005 code is simple and does use much of the new stuff.)
http://www.NetBrainer.com...VS.net 2003 and VS.net Whidbey on same machine
Is it possible to install (and run) Visual Studio Whidbey on a computer where Visual Studio .net 2003 (and .net Framework 1.1) is currently installed? Or smashes it my Visual Studio 2003 installation?
Yes, this is possible. I am doing it on two machines at the present time.JimMS MVP ASP.NET [VC++/MFC emeritus]Old Dog Learns New TricksPreferred programming language: cuneiform on clay tablets
I also do that, and do not have noticed any problems, but I have heard that other developers have some problems with running the CTP with VS.Net 2003.
/Fredrik Normén - fredrikn @ twitterMicrosoft MV...