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Project output path (DeploymentItemAttribute Class (Microsoft.VisualStudio.TestTools.UnitTesting))
While the docs say that [DeploymentItem( @"file.txt" )] will copy file.txt from the project folder, it is in fact being copied from the project output folder. in other words, you have to make sure that any file you want DeploymentItem to pick up are also copied to the output folder when you're building the test project. Also, it seems like it looks for the file in different places. if
Last modified by Thomas Lee on 4/6/2012 1:46:12 PM
Tags:  ported
Note: This API is now obsolete. (Page.RegisterClientScriptBlock Method (System.Web.UI))
So why isint there a link right next to this to the replacement API?
Last modified by MS_NEVER_FIXES_ANYTHING_THEY_BREAK_THINGS on 3/8/2012 7:01:17 PM
Tags:  ported
memoryLimit setting does NOT work (processModel Element (ASP.NET Settings Schema))
The memoryLimit setting as documented here does not apply to IIS6 or IIS7. It only works for some ancient version and the documentation has not been updated.
Last modified by RandomEngy on 2/15/2012 12:05:48 AM
Tags:  ported
Compatiblity issue with EditItemTeplate and asp:Table (FormView Class (System.Web.UI.WebControls))
Do not use the asp:Table inside of your edit templates. Doing so will lead to a problems when calling the update command where none of your updated data will be available for processing. If you look at the ordered dictionaries of new and old values as part of the ItemUpdatingEvent, you will see that both contain zero items.The simple fix is to use a regular HTML table instead.For more informatio
Last modified by dimwit on 5/1/2009 3:27:41 PM
Tags:  bug  ported  workaround
Confusing Instruction #4 in Tutorial (Walkthrough: Customizing a Web Site Using Themes in Visual Studio)
This instruction in the tutorial:"4. Make sure the head element of the page has the runat="server" attribute so that it reads as follows: <head runat="server"></head>" is confusing, because when I look at the source I do not see this attribute - where is it supposed to be? Answer: Here the HTML tag <head> of the webpage is meant. So a typical empty page in ASP will start wit
Last modified by 011011000110010101101111 on 2/29/2012 9:33:10 AM
Tags:  ported
It is hard to understand the logics behind these rules. (authorization Element (ASP.NET Settings Schema))
The following excerpts from the text more adds to the confusion than clarifies: 'The following code example demonstrates how to allow access to all Admins role members and deny access to all users role members.<configuration> <system.web> <authorization> <allow roles="Admins"/> <deny users="*"/> </authorization> </sy
Last modified by Hobbe51 on 11/15/2011 7:07:30 PM
Tags:  ported
Walk through images (Walkthrough: Displaying Data Using a Stored Procedure in the GridView Web Server Control)
I concure... images would be very useful :)
Last modified by LeeWozyWarren on 11/16/2011 6:03:26 PM
Tags:  ported
Need help configuring the dll in web.config (Shared Code Folders in ASP.NET Web Sites)
People I urgently need help configuring my compiled dll from the web.config. The two posts here mention that it must be done but don't mention how. I have searched and searched but cannot get anything. The site runs well on the local machine but once I copy it over to the hosted environment, it complains that it cannot load assembly, file not found! Help!!
Last modified by Sim_2011 on 10/25/2011 4:10:19 PM
Tags:  ported
Bin folder not automatically referenced (Shared Code Folders in ASP.NET Web Sites)
I find that adding an assembly to the Bin folder does not result in it automatically being referenced. I must manually add a reference to the assembly, using the path of the assembly in the bin folder. ====================== Please hep. How do I manually add a reference to the assembly, using the path of the assembly in the bin folder. I have been searching and searching!
Last modified by Sim_2011 on 10/25/2011 4:11:43 PM
Tags:  ported
Allow or Deny? (allow Element for authorization (ASP.NET Settings Schema))
This is documentation for the <allow> element, but the documentation states, "A question mark (?) denies anonymous users and an asterisk (*) indicates that all users are denied access."Isn't this backward?
Last modified by Thomas Lee on 6/20/2009 5:12:41 PM
Tags:  ported
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