We’re waiting all developers to http://www.visualstudiolaunch.com for our virtual launch of Visual Studio 2012 on 12 September 2012 ! Click here to add to your Outlook Calendar.Read More → You’re invited: Visual Studio 2012 virtual launch on 12 September 2012 : http://www.visualstudiolaunch.com
Visual Studio 2010 Service Pack 1 (SP1) is available for download. MSDN subscribers can download the bits now. General availability will be on Thursday, March 10. Here are the links : Download Service Pack 1 (MSDN Subscribers) Thursday’s general availability download is here.Read More → Visual Studio 2010 Service Pack 1 is available for MSDN Subscribers and It will be Generally Available as of Thursday, March 10, 2011
In Visual Studio 2008 or Visual Studio 2010, you’ve started developing your Data project and let’s say you’re designing your DataSets through Visual Studio’s nice DataSet Designer just by drag/dropping your entities (tables, views) into the designer , from “Server Explorer” that you connected to your SQL Server . If your entity is a “Table” […]Read More → Why do you see grayed out GenerateDBDirectMethods checkbox in “TableAdapter Configuration Wizard”
The Visual Studio is the primal IDE for developping .NET applications. Especially its debugging features makes it more powerful. One of those feature is the “Visualizer”s. Visualizers are UI components to show the content of some complex objects when debugging. The best example is the built-in “DataSet Visualizer”. Let’s assume you put a breakpoint […]Read More → Where’s my good old friend DataSet visualizer ?
One of our customers was saying that their SSIS Project with some complex “Data Flow Task”s with lots of Lookup Transformations was opening very slowly in BIDS (“Business Intelligence Development Studio”) or I don’t know if I should say “Visual Studio” … The very first thing that I check was “validation” part. As you know, […]Read More → Why my BIDS is slow in design mode ?
If you had developed a VS 2005 project containing ADOX references on a Win XP machine and moved the project to a Vista machine, VS 2005 may not access to ADOX reference. Then you’ll need to use the “tlbimp.exe” (Type Library Importer) tool which is shipped with Visual Studio 2005 (full path is “\Microsoft […]Read More → Moving a Visual Studio 2005 project containing ADOX references from XP to Vista may fail with ADOX references