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Visual Studio .NET 2003 Usage Tips  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 1  |  Today: 0Author: Ken Spencer      Rating:  
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When I'm working on a solution with many projects and assemblies, the Visual Studio® .NET IDE seems slower; the same is true when there are fewer assemblies and more code in each assembly. Ctrl+Tab switching between code view and design view takes a lot more time and sometimes the IDE locks up because background compilation hangs. Do you have any suggestions that would help me to improve performance?...

Can you Plz mail me your Code for this Sample that you have managed to develop in VS 2005  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 4  |  Today: 0Author: Keith Barrow      Rating:  
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Calling Managed Code from Unmanaged Code and vice-versa.

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Sarbanes-Oxley 404 and Visual Studio Team System 2008  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 9  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft Corporation      Rating:  
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Microsoft Visual Studio Team System 2008 can be used to assist a business in collecting information that concerns its software-development practices, which may be of use towards compliance with a regulatory framework, such as Sarbanes-Oxley section 404 ("Sarbanes-Oxley 404") internal-control verification and testing....

How to: Attach Managed Code Extensions to Documents  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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You can attach a customization assembly to an existing Microsoft Office Word document or Microsoft Office Excel workbook. The document or workbook can be in any file format that is supported by the Microsoft Office projects and development tools in Visual Studio 2010. For more information, see Architecture of Document-Level Customizations. To attach a customization to a Word or Excel document, use the AddCustomization method of the ServerDocument class. Because the ServerDocument class is design...

Authoring a Custom Bootstrapper Package for Visual Studio 2005  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 5  |  Today: 0Author: Chris Smith      Rating:  
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The Visual Studio 2005 Bootstrapper is a technology that allows you to create an integrated setup experience for application prerequisites and ClickOnce or Windows Installer installations. With the Bootstrapper you do not have to worry whether or not end users have components like MDAC or the .Net Framework 2.0 installed on their machines—simply indicate which prerequisites your application depends on and the Bootstrapper will take care of installing them along with the application itself....

Adopting Visual Studio Express Within Your Organization  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 10  |  Today: 0Author: Rudolph Araujo      Rating:  
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Visual Studio 2005 is intended to reinforce the ability of developers to create Web applications, smart clients, Web services, and mobile applications in an easy, productive, and effective manner. In conjunction with the release of the .NET Framework 2.0, Microsoft is also attempting to make it easier for developers to write secure code by providing a lot of security by default and making it easy for development teams to make the right choices. One of the key additions to the current family of V...

Using Data with Web Application Projects  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 7  |  Today: 0Author: Wendy Wei      Rating:  
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Web Application Projects provide a companion Web project model that can be used as an alternative to the built-in Web Site Project in Visual Studio 2005. This new model is ideal for Web site developers who are converting a Visual Studio .NET 2003 Web project to Visual Studio 2005....

Using Visual Studio 2005 to Redistribute the .NET Framework 2.0  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 includes a redistributable installer that contains the common language runtime and .NET Framework 2.0 components that are necessary to run .NET Framework 2.0 applications. The .NET Framework 2.0 redistributable (see previous note) is available as a stand-alone executable file, "Dotnetfx.exe." You can manually launch and install Dotnetfx.exe on a computer, or it can be launched and installed as part of the setup program for a .NET Framework 2.0 application. Note that ...

Visual Studio 2005 IDE Tips and Tricks  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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Visual Studio 2005 is the leading developer tool on the market, and I would like to share with you some tips and tricks that will make this great tool even more powerful. Getting familiar with a tool is crucial to getting the most out of the tool, and development tools and IDEs are no different. But with the many new technologies such as C# 2.0, ASP .NET 2.0, Windows Workflow Foundation, Windows Presentation Foundation, and Windows Communication Foundation, who has time to learn about Visual Stu...

A Project Dependency Graph Utility for Visual Studio 2008  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 33  |  Today: 0Author: Marc Clifton      Rating:  
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I recently wanted to look at the dependencies of a fairly large set of projects in a solution (not the one in the screenshot), and discovered that while there are apps/tools that do that, they are either Code Project articles for previous versions of Visual Studio or they create an unreadable smear of boxes and lines, because they were never designed to handle a solution with 50 or more projects. So, I decided to create a textual, treeview based browser of dependencies....

Being Generic Ain't So Bad     
Total Hits: 45  |  Today: 0Author: Ken Getz      Rating:  
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Ispeak at a lot of user groups and conferences where I field tech support questions. Recently, a conference attendee (I'll call him Adam) came up to me with a sheaf of printouts, along with the following question. He had created a middle-tier component that exposes information about customers. His Customer class maps to data in his database and to a class that exposes an ArrayList instance that contains Customer objects. It works fine, but he can't keep inexperienced programmers who are working ...

What's My IP Address?     
Total Hits: 54  |  Today: 0Author: Ken Getz      Rating:  
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If you're like me, you regularly do tech-support for family, friends, and neighbors. You can't go to a party without hearing the familiar refrain: "I've just got a quick question." It's always something—their Internet connections get dropped, they've got a virus, they can't install some piece of hardware, or some file has gone missing....

Iterating NTFS Streams     
Total Hits: 23  |  Today: 0Author: Stephen Toub      Rating:  
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Q I read in your December 2005 column how to enumerate files using interop to access the file management functions in Kernel32.dll (see .NET Matters: BigInteger, GetFiles, and More). I don't need to enumerate files, but rather I need to enumerate the NTFS Alternate Data Streams within a particular file. Do you know any way I can accomplish this?...

Restart Manager and Generic Method Compilation     
Total Hits: 32  |  Today: 0Author: Stephen Toub      Rating:  
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Q When my application attempts to access a file, I get access-denied errors because the file is in use by another application. In the past, I've used tools from Sysinternals (microsoft.com/technet/sysinternals) to figure out what that other application is, but I'd like to be able to discover this programmatically from within my application. Is there a way to programmatically determine what processes are currently using a specific file?...

Work Item Tracking     
Total Hits: 40  |  Today: 0Author: Brian A. Randell      Rating:  
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In my previous column, I started to describe how you can build a source-code control add-in for Microsoft® Word 2003 using the APIs exposed in Team System. If you examine the check-in dialog exposed by Team Explorer in Visual Studio® 2005, you'll notice that the integrated check-in experience is quite rich. Not only can you check in source files, but you can also associate your check-in with work items, add check-in notes, and validate your check-in against policy. Figure 1 shows the standard ch...

WCF Addressing In Depth     
Total Hits: 81  |  Today: 0Author: Aaron Skonnard      Rating:  
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Windows Communication Foundation provides a flexible model for exposing service endpoints and communicating with them through a variety of different communication protocols. This month, I dive into various addressing details that surround endpoint communication, many of which enable more advanced messaging scenarios....

Using RibbonX from Visual Basic     
Total Hits: 102  |  Today: 0Author: Ken Getz      Rating:  
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In the February 2007 issue of MSDN Magazine, Eric Faller demonstrated how to create extensions for the 2007 Microsoft® Office system using the RibbonX API and XML markup (see msdn.microsoft.com/msdnmag/issues/07/02/RibbonX). In the same issue, Paul Stubbs introduced managed add-ins for 2007 Office system applications (specifically, for PowerPoint® 2007) and showed how you can create them using Visual Studio® 2005 Tools for Office Second Edition. In this column, I’ll continue their excellent work...

New Dev-Centric Features In Office SharePoint Server Keep Your Apps Rolling     
Total Hits: 26  |  Today: 0Author: Ted Pattison      Rating:  
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Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2007 provides portal and search features that represent the next generation of SharePoint® Portal Server (SPS) 2003. However, Office SharePoint Server 2007 is much more than that. The Office team made significant investments in many other areas to give MOSS 2007 extra dimensions in Web content management, document and records management, business process integration and forms, and business intelligence. In this article I'll describe the basic architectur...

Share Your Desktop, Lightweight Code Editing, and More     
Total Hits: 52  |  Today: 0Author: Scott Mitchell      Rating:  
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As an independent contractor working from home with clients scattered around the globe, being able to communicate quickly and effectively with my customers and coworkers is of paramount importance. Communication tools like e-mail and instant messaging are usually sufficient, but there are times when I need to show a client my desktop or view his desktop as I help troubleshoot a problem. Video conferencing is also invaluable when helping a coworker debug or when giving a demo or sales pitch to a ...

Paradigm Shift     
Total Hits: 121  |  Today: 0Author: Alvin Bruney      Rating:  
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Visual Studio 2005 ships with a new Web Site Project (WSP) model for ASP.NET. The WSP model is a replacement for the legacy project-based model in Visual Studio 2003. The WSP model was developed to address a number of issues that plagued the legacy project-based model. A few of those thorny issues include, but aren’t limited to, performance problems due to Web site recompilation and bottlenecks created by the project file under source code control....



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