We are pleased to announce that the RTW version of Web Deployment Projects for Visual Studio 2010 is now available for download. If you’ve been using Web Deployment Projects in Visual Studio 2008 or 2005, you can upgrade to VS 2010 without hesitation with the availability of Visual Studio 2010 Web Deployment Projects RTW (for Visual Studio Professional and higher skus).
If you crack open the project file in an ASP.Net MVC 2 application (in notepad or unload your project and then click “Edit *.proj”), you will notice an interesting line.
This is an option to enable a post build task that will run the Asp_net compiler.
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So far I have over 20 postings as follows:
In a previous blog, Controls State: "Error Creating Control" in the Design View in Visual Studio 2010, I have discussed about an Error Creating Control issue related to accessing the Session state in the OnInit() method. Since then, I have discovered that the Error Creating Control will also show in the design view if we try to access any object not being instantiated at the design time inside the OnInit() method.
Visual Web Developer 2010 Express offers a great set of features for deploying web applications seamlessly. One of the key features is the ability to publish your web application from VS 2010 to a remote hosted web server along with its dependencies like SQL Server database using “Web One Click Publish”.
We’ve been getting a few questions by our users about Visual Studio 2010’s support for SQL Server versions. So I thought it would be good to address them here (when one person asks a question, there are probably others thinking the same question.)
Visual Studio 2010 only supports SQL Server 2005+
Visual Studio 2010’s design time data tooling only supports SQL Server 2005 (including express editions) or later.