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...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#....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...Difference between now C# is compiled vs. VB.net in VS?
Can anyone tell me the difference between now C# is compiled vs. VB.net in VS? I was given a question of this mature in recent interview and could not answer it, nor could I find anything on the net. The question was more complex than that, I just can't remember in detail. It also contained something regarding "Runtime Module".
From what I know, the compiler converts the either code into a "intermediate" language that is then able to communicate with the underlying OS, right?
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I have a 2.0 solution which contains a local file system web project (among other class libraries). If I compile it
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Then later if I do in Whidbey Build->Clean Solution, the bin\ folder will not be removed nor will the contents of
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However, if I do in Whidb...What is the difference between a CSC compiled dll and a VS.NET compiled dll?
I'm having a bit of a problem getting a custom class to work on an aspx page.
In the aspx page I have the following declaration.
<%@ Page Language="C#" Inherits="SampleNamespace.SampleClass" %>
SampleNamespace.dll is in the /bin directory.
When I compile SampleNamespace.cs into SampleNamespace.dll using the command line compiler (csc), everything works fine.
When I compile SampleNamespace.cs using VS.NET 2005, I get a "Could Not Load Type" error when I try to load the page.
What's the difference between the two? I would like to compile using VS.NET instead of the CSC.
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I have blogged about my solution in detail and also posted it for download. In the download package, I have also inclu...a programming C vs VB vs VB.NET vs ASP.NET
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Hello everybody,I started reading about ASP.NET 2.0 lately. I have read many articles about the new compilation models. I have read so many stuff about In-Place Precompilation, Precompilation for Deploymnet, ASP.NET 1.1 like-model.....but still i cannot find a direct answer for these questions: What goes on when i build my project from within vs.net? what compilation model is used by default? how can i change the compilation model? how can i force the asp.net 1.1 like-mode?I know these are a lot of questions but they all relate to the same topic. i would appreciate any help.Thanks ...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?
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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??
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I have 2 applications ,one is vs.net 2003 ,the other is vs.net 2002 ,thay are all asp.net applications. Now I want to run these applications .is it possible to run both on same web server ?or I need to transfer vs.net 2002 soluation to vs.net 2003 ?which one is the best soluation ? how can I do it ? thanks in advanced!
You can run all versions of the framework on the same server. And, the easiest way to set the framework for an app requires you to install the 2.0 Framework on the server. Once you do that, you can just go into ...Can't compile/install module XML::LibXML either via CPAN or compile
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