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How to remove Visual J# .NET from installation package (MSI)
While creating Web Setup, Visual J# .NET automatically included in the MSI package.When we install this MSI on a server machine which does not have Visual J# .NET installed, installer prompts a message to install Visual J# .NET. Usually we dont need to install Visual J# .NET and it can be avoided to add into installer. To do this:- - Open setUp project (.vdproj) file in a text editor.- Find below section for LauchCondition for Visual J# .NET and remove it."LaunchCondition" { "{836E08B8-0285-4809-BA42-0... ......

Posted On Friday, June 29, 2012 9:44 AM

Problem Installing Web Application Project VS 2005
I installed VS 2005 on my machine.. and later I installed a few Extentions for .Net framework 3.5 (LINQ, AJAX etc). Later I come up with a requirement to convert a website into WebApplicationn I did it earlier so I was sure It will be done by installing Web Application Project Addin by Microsoft. Unfortunately it did not work and I cound not found the reason. I tried many ways but no success infact I get VS 2005 updated by installing it again. I found the below resolution from ......

Posted On Friday, July 23, 2010 11:08 AM

Code Coverage using PartCover in MSBuild
Unit test suites are often used as a quality tool during the development process to keep the codebase stable as it changes and expands. Tools such as NUnit, MSTest are often used to run and report on the test suites. However, when implementing unit testing in your build process, you have no way of knowing how much of your code the unit tests are actually testing. This is where code coverage comes in. You can run NUnit, MSTest within the Code Coverage tool and use the report to determine which code ......

Posted On Friday, July 16, 2010 12:43 PM

ASP.Net Web Setup/Package
While implementing Continuous Integration there was no such simple way to create ASP.Net web packages using MSBuild or NAnt. Below article is the workaround to create web setups using VS.Net development environment devenv exe. Team Build DevEnv Task VS 2010 introduced web packaging using MSBuild: Web Package using VS 2010 Deploying ASP.NET Applications article explains the manual option available in VS.Net IDE to create setups ......

Posted On Wednesday, June 30, 2010 10:11 AM

Running Teamsite User Admin tool IWUSERADM.exe from ASP.NET
It has really been a head scratching task for me. I 've tried many options but nothing worked. Finally I found a workaround on google to achive this by TaskScheduler. PROBLEM When we run Teamsite user administration command line tool IWUSERADM.exe though ASP.Net it gives following error: Application popup: cmd.exe - Application Error : The application failed to initialize properly (0xc0000142). Click on OK to terminate the application. CAUSE No specific cause, it seems to be a bug, supposed to be ......

Posted On Thursday, May 27, 2010 10:33 AM

Passing text message to web page from web user control
Here is a brief summary how we can send a text message to webpage by a web user control. Delegates is the slolution. There are many good articles on .net delegates you can refer some of them below. The scenario is we want to send a text message to the page on completion of some activity on webcontrol. 1/ Create a Base class for webcontrol (refer code below), assuming we are passing some text messages to page from web user control, and later inherit your web user control by this class. - Declare a ......

Posted On Wednesday, April 28, 2010 12:39 PM

Browser History ASP.Net AJAX: Microsoft.Web.Preview
I remember in 2006 we were working on a portal for our client Venetian, Las Vegas and the portal is full of AJAX features. One of my friend facing a challange to retain browser history with all AJAX operation. In terms of user experience it is an important aspect which could not be avoided in that scenario. Well that time we have made some workarounds to achieve the same but that may not be the perfect solution. Ok.. Now with Microsoft AJAX there are a lot of such features can be achieved with optimum ......

Posted On Friday, April 23, 2010 11:47 AM

Hudson.. another Continuous Integration tool
In my previous posts I discussed about and its legacy support to .Net development. Hudson is yet another continuous integration tool. Hudson is also free like CCNet and built in java. - CCNet has its legacy support to .Net applications where as Hudson can be easily configured on both the environments (.Net and Java). - One of the major differences in CCNet and Hudson is the richer GUI of Hudson provide user interactive screens for project configuration where as in CCNet we have ......

Posted On Sunday, March 28, 2010 5:22 PM

XML is case sensitive hence Xml parser (XmlDocument) too...
XML is case sensitive hence Xml parser (XmlDocument) too... In below example I am trying to search the <user> element node with name attibute as 'pupu'. <user name="PuPu" fullname="Priyanka T" email="" /> ::translate() functon esures the case insensitive comparision in Xpath expression. XmlDocument xmlDoc = new XmlDocument(); xmlDoc.Load("<xml file to load>"); XmlElement userElement = (XmlElement)xmlDoc.Document... ......

Posted On Tuesday, March 23, 2010 10:53 AM

Build Numbers problem in .Net Assembly Version
Hi, My build failed when I tried with below Version number:- [assembly: AssemblyVersion("1.0.100115... [assembly: AssemblyFileVersion("1.0.10... Here 100115 denotes the Build number in YYMMDD format. I surprised my build is failing with this build number, when I further analysed I observed anything above 65534 is considered as invalid build number in AssemblyVersion. However AssemblyFileVersion is OK with this build number. As per definition Version is Major.Minor.Build.Revision and all parts ......

Posted On Saturday, January 16, 2010 11:10 PM

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