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Redirecting an Application to Target a Different XML Web Service During Installation     
Total Hits: 21  |  Today: 0Author: Steve Hoag      Rating:  
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When developing applications that target XML Web services, you will most often target XML Web services that are already installed on a Web server. Although this is the norm, there will also be cases where you want to target a different XML Web service when the production version of your application is deployed. For example, you may have targeted a test version of an XML Web service on your development server, but the finished application needs to target an installed version of the XML Web servic...

Visual Studio "Whidbey" Installation Issues     
Total Hits: 58  |  Today: 0Author: Anand Narayanaswamy      Rating:  
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This article covers some common problems that may occur after the installation of Visual Studio.NET "Whidbey" and how to overcome them. Microsoft has released the alpha version of Visual Studio “Whidbey” in October 2003 at the PDC. Even though there will be feature changes in the upcoming betas, many developers have installed the development environment. At present, Whidbey is available only for alpha testers, PDC attendees and MSDN Universal Subscribers....

Using managed code to detect what .NET Framework versions and service packs are installed     
Total Hits: 34  |  Today: 0Author: Scott Dorman      Rating:  
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Developers are increasingly faced with the possibility of multiple .NET Framework versions being installed on the same machine. The .NET architecture was designed to allow multiple versions of a component to be installed and run at the same time on a single system and this side-by-side deployment extends to the .NET Framework itself. By allowing multiple versions of the .NET Framework to be installed on the same computer, applications built with version 1.0 of the .NET Framework can run using th...

Setting up and running Subversion and Tortoise SVN     
Total Hits: 131  |  Today: 0Author: Rick Strahl      Rating:  
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This article is a quick step by step for setting up Subversion with Tortoise SVN. This walkthrough is general with a slight side focus on operation with .NET and Visual Studio projects. It covers repository creation, creating new source control branches for projects, creating a local copy and the basics of common operations. Focus is on getting up and running quickly with the essential steps....

CodeSnip: Modifying Web.config file during installation     
Total Hits: 152  |  Today: 0Author: Amal ElHosseiny      Rating:  
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This application illustrates an installer that changes the values in a webservice's web.config file during setup, according to user entry. The application changes values of key values in the web.config file....

Community Server Installation     
Total Hits: 133  |  Today: 0Author: Web Team at ORCS Web      Rating:  
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This article describes how you can easily set up a community-related site using Community Server. This article covers the steps necessary to use Community Server's web-based installer....

Installing an Assembly in GAC     
Total Hits: 114  |  Today: 0Author: Haroon Malik      Rating:  
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To share assemblies within an ASP.NET web application they are required to be placed within the \bin directory, but in order to share them through different applications existing on the same web server it is required to install them into the Global Assembly Cache (GAC). This article will provide guidance to you in the process of adding an assembly to the GAC....

Visual Studio "Whidbey" Installation Issues     
Total Hits: 75  |  Today: 0Author: Anand Narayanaswamy      Rating:  
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This article covers some common problems that may occur after the installation of Visual Studio.NET "Whidbey" and how to overcome them....

Project \ Assembly dependencies viewer     
Total Hits: 68  |  Today: 0Author: Natty Gur.      Rating:  
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This application is a part of the installation system that I use. My installation process uses an input XML file that is created by the application, to deploy and register the assemblies in the same locations as in the deploying machine. Using this method I reduce many errors. You can use this application to test your applications in a production environment. You can test and see if all of your application references match the files on your production server and to find out any existing problems...

Microsoft Visual Studio Team System: Single-Server SSL Installation (SP1)     
Total Hits: 111  |  Today: 0Author: Mark Bible.      Rating:  
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Having attempted a successful install of Team Foundation Server (TFS) with each new version, beginning with the Beta 2, the author has come to liken the installation process to waging war on a small country. In this case, the author sincerely believes the battle is worth the effort, and victory yields a suite of tools that can assist in streamlining and optimizing the development operations of any team, whether it is a small start-up development group or a large-cap software corporation.

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Redirecting an Application to Target a Different XML Web Service During Installation     
Total Hits: 68  |  Today: 0Author: Steve Hoag      Rating:  
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This article demonstrates how to create in Visual Basic® .NET a Web application that can be redirected to target a different XML Web service by using the URL Behavior property, an Installer class, and a Web Setup project....

.NET Internals: The Profiling API     
Total Hits: 102  |  Today: 0Author: Brian Long      Rating:  
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Tucked away in a dark corner of the .NET Framework SDK is some documentation on an API that lets you find out lots of useful information about the behaviour of your .NET applications. The API lets you dynamically obtain many different types of information as your applications execute, using a well structured and reasonably straightforward approach. It enables you to build execution flow trace tools, code timing tools, exception analysis tools, memory usage analysis tools, hotspot and bottleneck ...

ILDASM is Your New Best Friend     
Total Hits: 84  |  Today: 0Author: John Robbins      Rating:  
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By now, all the hype about Microsoft® .NET has probably gotten you to at least install Visual Studio .NET Beta 1 and take a look at this new beast. Your first thought is that it does look interesting, and judging from the samples there's quite a bit you can do with the beta. However, if you are anything like me, once you got past Hello World! you were in for a shock. This .NET thing isn't just another language and it's certainly not just another class library—it's a whole new development environ...

.NET Disaster Recovery: "Safe Computer", Best Practices, and Spyware     
Total Hits: 134  |  Today: 0Author: Peter A. Bromberg      Rating:  
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After you install the .NET Framework SDK or Visual Studio .NET, Internet Information Server (IIS) mappings are created to associate new file extensions and settings for ASP.NET. If you did not have IIS installed when you ran the SDK or Visual Studio Setup, or you uninstalled and reinstalled IIS after you ran the SDK or Visual Studio Setup, those settings will not be in place and you will experience unexpected behavior when you attempt to view ASP.NET pages....

Install a Service using a Script     
Total Hits: 190  |  Today: 0Author: gtamir      Rating:  
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Many believe that an MSI install file is the only way to install a Windows service. In truth, using an MSI is only one of several ways to install a Windows service. This article will explain how to perform a scripted install of a Windows service. In addition to explaining how to install a service using a script, this article will also explain how to install multiple instances of the same assembly as multiple Windows services.
I maintain a distributed software application. The application back...

Uninstall a Previous Application Installation When Upgrading an Application with Setups Created in VS.NET - Part 2     
Total Hits: 70  |  Today: 0Author: rwestgraham      Rating:  
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This is Part 2 of a two part article. This article assumes you have read and understood the techniques and concepts described in Part 1. In the previous article you saw how properly defining an UpgradeCode could be used to upgrade an existing application while preserving legacy files if needed. We also saw in the previous article that an Upgrade does not work if you change the per-machine or per-user level between setups. We will look at one of several possible solutions to this potential probl...

Using Visual Studio .NET 2003 to Redistribute the .NET Framework     
Total Hits: 52  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft Corporation      Rating:  
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The version 1.1 release of the Microsoft® .NET Framework provides one redistributable installer that contains the common language runtime and .NET Framework components that are necessary to run .NET Framework applications. The .NET Framework redistributable is available as a stand-alone executable file, Dotnetfx.exe. The .NET Framework requires a license agreement that gives you specific rights to redistribute Dotnetfx.exe. If you have previously installed the Microsoft .NET Framework SDK versio...

Building Custom Installer Classes in .NET     
Total Hits: 241  |  Today: 0Author: Anthony Glenwright      Rating:  
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When it comes to installations, automation beats manual intervention hands-down every time. Learn how to build custom installer classes to automate setup tasks that Visual Studio setup projects don't handle automatically....

Introducing the Visual Studio .NET Lab Series     
Total Hits: 100  |  Today: 0Author: Visual Studio Team      Rating:  
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This article introduces the Experience Visual Studio .NET lab module and discusses the hardware and software requirements to run it. The hands-on labs that comprise the Experience Visual Studio .NET module highlight the programming features within Microsoft Visual Studio .NET. You will be introduced to C#, ASP.NET and Visual Basic .NET in a variety of ways: you will look at, run, and debug code using the Visual Studio .NET Integrated Development Environment (IDE)....

Installing Visual Studio .Net     
Total Hits: 209  |  Today: 0Author: Peter A. Bromberg      Rating:  
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For those of you expert hotshot programmers who are too young to remember what you were doing during the Crash of '87 or who don't know what a mutual fund is, the BASIC compiler was a deal that processed your GW-Basic non-gui, inline code that had a buncha GOSUBS and GOTOS in it, and this dealie would mangle it and turn out an EXE file that you could RUN - without the BASIC interpreter. In geek - speak, kinda like running a Java program without the Java VM....



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