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In Visual Studio 2008

I am not getting Properties in Property Window.
Even i am not getting server side tools in toolbox.

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You will only see Properties (for controls) if a form is in view and this should be the same for tools. Open a form and see if that was the issue.

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How to do vb.net framework ??


You need Visual Studio from Microsoft. Inside this visual Rapid Application Development (RAD) tools, you can use c++, c#, or basic language. It is lot of learning to become programmer.
You can find SharpDevelop free programing studio if you want to learn more. With this program, you will need .NET packages on your computer. It is like JAVA from Sun (Oracle). It is copy from Microsoft of JAVA ideas. Like free NetBeans IDE for JAVA development.
Inside studio you will have option for create New project. It can be grafical with graphical designer for draw some button, text input frame ... You will have properties for this objects, and possibility to write programming code. It is lot of learning to do real application. When you write some application you can compile it to exe output.
Visual Basic is only simplest part of this technology. C# (C-sharp) need more learning, and C++ is hardest thing.
Good luck!

Aug 26, 2011 | Operating Systems

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I have been trying since Monday to have a question answered. I was chatting with one of your people on-line, and the System cut us off while he was looking up the answer. I couldn't reconnect to him....


Once you have configured all elements of an application's installation in your installer project (by specifying folder and file locations, file associations, registry actions, and so on), you must build the project into an installer package (.msi) file. Then, you can distribute the .msi file to users who want to install your application. If you change your installer project after building it, you must rebuild the installer project to test your changes.

To build an installer project into a package file
Make sure the Build type project property (on the Build Tab of the Project Properties dialog box) is set to either: Installer or Installer with Microsoft® Windows® Installer Loader.

2. In the Project Explorer window, select the installer project.

3. On the Build menu, click the option to Build your project. Note The Build menu may include options for building either your project or the entire solution.

1. In Windows Explorer, navigate to the .msi file you built with this project.

2. Right-click the .msi file name.

Note Depending on your system settings, the .msi file extension may not be displayed. You can still right-click the file name.

3. Select uninstall from the context menu.

4. In Visual Studio Installer, select the installer project from the Project Explorer.

5. On the Build menu, click the option to Build your project.

Visual Studio Installer builds your project and displays the message "Solution update succeeded" in the lower left corner of the development window when the build is complete.


Jun 10, 2011 | Operating Systems

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"setup was unable to copy


See, "setup was unable to copy the file F:\vb.net \vs2008\readme.htm to your temporary directory .Please make sure that this file exits and rerun setup" its mean the file readme.htm is missing in setup folder of visual studio 2008. So, for this first you have to simply download readme.htm file http://www.microsoft.com/en-in/download/confirmation.aspx?id=5478 and download direct in your visual studio 2008 folder. Then refresh the folder of visual studio 2008 and run or doble click on setup file.
It will work. :) thank you.

Feb 27, 2011 | Operating Systems

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Jit debugging problem. I have tried disabling the script debugging on internet and other. This didn't solve the problem. Any other suggestions ?


I was just reading the thread! Kinda hilarious though.
JIT is used to catch real time errors especially run-time. It is very useful for developers. To catch un handled exceptions.
Jit comes as a part of Visual Studio. If you do not know how to manage Jit its better not to install Visual Studio (no skills to manage it will give you lots of trouble). Just the programing skills does not make a good developer. Well its not a fault of VS developer team or Bill Gates. Doh!
Jit will be invoked if enabled by Visual studio, instead of Dr Watson. If programs crash the crash handlers will be invoked and you will see Dr.Watson process running in the background. It will call dumprep and will create error logs; Errors will be logged in Event Viewers as well. Even a simple failure will be handled and Jit will be invoked. So programs will begin to crash while they run or install.
Some developers set programs to use Jit and Jit will be enabled instead of Dr.Watson. Dr.Watson will be invoked in serious errors however. Its obvious. But specially if you have installed Visual Studio, you will be using JIT as well. JiT overrides the Dr.Watson Program. But you can reverse it back using two methods.
Its a third party piece however. I wonder why these MSDN people do not know how to provide a complete answer. Each and every person does not understand Administration of programs. So its their responsibility. That is a laughing matter though. But people will be pissed off. Can't blame them either. Some of them are not familiar with regedit tools. So the answers have to be flexible and complete.
The bad behavior of JIT is it will suspend the program an once when an error occur. You will never be allowed to run further. So its kinda piece of ****. It also has security issues with it.
Unfortunately if a program Invokes JIT intensionally its not possible to reverse the process.
Stop JIT while you have Visual Studio installed (Its a stupid thing to uninstall it without removing JIT. No way!)
How this thing will be enabled?

  1. Open VS:
  2. Go to Tools and then Options.
  3. In the Options Dialog box Double click Debugging and then click JIT
  4. Enabling options:
  • Manage
  • Native
  • Script
Click on OK.
This sets the Registry key and will start JIT. So do the Revers to Disable it.
You have to Disable the Keys. Method one:
  1. Click on Start Menu and Type Run (for P Hit Run box)
  2. Type in regedit and hit Enter
  3. Expand the Keys to located the place
  4. HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\AeDebug\Debugger is one location.
  5. HKLM\Software\Microsoft\.NETFramework\DbgManagedDebugger
  6. Delete these keys. Or set the Auto key's value to 1.
  7. On a 64bit system the paths will be: HKLM\Software\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\...
  8. You may need to reboot the system as well.
Method two: Enable Dr.Watson using an alternative method:
  • Get a Command Window (Command Prompt)
  • Type drwtsn -i and
  • Hit enter
If you were using a third party debugger read this Microsoft Support
Next step

Open Start>Control Panels>Internet Options: Advanced and activate (check box)

  • Disable Script Debugging (Internet Explorer)
  • Disable Script Debuggung (Other)


If you have enabled Server Side Script Debugging the pages will freeze if an error occurs. Read the enabling procedure. Steps to enable debugging portion. Do the Reverse to disable it.
For Script Debuggers: Here is how you enable the JIT:
  • Click on Options then Tools
  • Click on Debugger
  • Select JIT debugger and attach to programs running on this machine
  • So now you know how it happened. Do the reverse to disable it!

Using third party tools and software may enable this tool. If you detect one you have to avoid using it. Just posted this in the MSDN thread as well.
Please rate the answer as well! Feel free to contact if you have further issues.
Thanks for using Fixya! -Lasitha

Jul 09, 2010 | Operating Systems

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Does Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Standard Edition supports windows 2003(32 bit) or not?


Hii Gaurav

Yes it does support following 32bit operation systems

Windows 2000 Service Pack 4, Windows XP Service Pack 2, Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 1, or Windows Vista

Note: U need to get Service Pack 1 installed on ur pc for it to work on win server 2003

Regards

Sep 10, 2009 | Microsoft Operating Systems

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Not able to install vs 2008


Hi,
First, install .NET Framework and Windows Installer 3.1 manually and then proceed with visual studio 2008 installation. 
Hope this helps.
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Mar 21, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional With...

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Can't install visual studio 2008


Update your Windows OR install Windows XP service pack 3. Then again try installing VS 2008.

Mar 21, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional With...

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Turbo-c++ is not installed in full screen


Hi sagar,

Turbo C++ 3.0 is made for MS DOS 6.22 environment. In windows also we can run Turbo C because windows environment provides all native services of DOS. But in Windows VISTA some of the services are revoked. So to enable them either Vista is to be reconfigured or some add-ins are to me installed.

Other versions those can work in Vista are BOROLAND C++ 4.5, VISUAL C++ 6.0, and Visual Studio 2008. But in all these the graphics header file <graphics.h> will not work. Try to find an appropriate graphics header file or copy graphics.h in the cource directory and use #include "graphics.h" command in your C Program.

Please revert to me if having problems.

Zulfikar Ali
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Jan 31, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

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Mount Mount 4 partion in 250 GB HDD and use Vs 2008 Net


Probably BIOS limitations on the hard disk, perhaps an update would help.

As far as Im aware VS08 only works on Vista/XP

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Installing SQL server and VB.NET on VISTA Home Basic


installl SQL SERVER 2005

Vb.net is fine its your sql that will mess things up

BTW visual studio come with an SQL server

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