If you want to test threading that will still perform after closing down your browser, you need to still have the debugger running. In order to do that, you need to uncheck the box in the Tools/Options/Web Projects section that states:Stop debugger when browser windows is closed, close browser when debugging stops.
Sometimes when I attempt to deploy a report to my Reporting Services Server, Visual Studio freezes for a minute or more before bringing up the context menu. After some research, my problem was resolved by disabling the Image Optimizer extension. … Read the rest
Quote: “The solution I found was to close down visual studio, go to “c:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio\Installer”, rename the folder “Installer” to something else then run vs_installer.exe from the renamed folder.“
An rdl.data file will be created each time when the report is viewed with different input parameters. The data file caches the data so running the report again in the IDE with no changes to the parameter data will render … Read the rest
There have been many suggestions to get this working. I will give you three that worked for me in the order they should be tried.
- Restart your computer. Some of the projects files run in the background. Stop them if
After uninstalling all versions of Visual Studio products from your computer using the Programs and Features by means of the Control Panel, you may want to clear out the following folders and files before attempting to reinstall Visual Studio again.… Read the rest
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There can be at most one address per scheme in this collection.
If your service is being hosted in IIS you can fix the problem by setting ‘system.serviceModel/serviceHostingEnvironment/multipleSiteBindingsEnabled’ to true or … Read the rest
Let’s say you copied/pasted many lines of code to create a new function, and then gutted out 50% of the code. Sometimes the code does not reformat nicely. To manually reformat the code in VB.Net, Hold down the CTRL key … Read the rest
I have found that if my textbox control is set to ReadOnly= True at design time, I can change the forecolor programmatically without a hitch.
If my textbox control is set to ReadOnly = False at design time, and then … Read the rest
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