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Really? you can change properties on the property sheet? which property changes which LIB switch? (How to: Set LIB.EXE Options in the Visual Studio Development Environment)
Just pointing out there is NO information here about how to set LIB options from Visual studio.Yes, you do it on the property sheet.What effect does which property have on which LIB command line argument?It would be MUCH simpler WITHOUT the property sheet, and just to type in the command line yourself. At least the command line is documented at to what it does.How do I specify which symbols to be
Last modified by mrbi11 on 4/26/2012 12:43:33 AM
how to avoid problems in propertys of type modelbusreference for t4 adapters (Integrating Models by using Visual Studio Modelbus)
I get to avoid the problems with a domain property of type ModelBusReference in a t4 adapter using an english version of visual studio 2010. With the spanish versión don't work and the propoerty can´t "consume" any file model from exposed DSL. In the spanish version of vs2010 only works with the standar adapter and not works with the t4 adapter.Se pueden evitar los problemas de lectura en las prop
Last modified by jhermoso on 1/21/2012 5:02:30 PM
Tags:  error  modelbus  problem  property
Property Name Misspelled (Using Type dynamic (C# Programming Guide))
((Excel.Range)excelApp.Cells[1, 1]).Value2 = "Name"; Not Value2 , its Value.Edit by SJ at MSFT: That example is the old, pre-dynamic style. Just below is the new version, using Value.
Last modified by S J on 9/7/2011 7:37:30 PM
Tags:  misspelled  name  property
[DataContract(Namespace="http://Microsoft.ServiceModel.Samples")]class MathFaulti{ [DataMember] public string Operation {get; set;} [DataMember] public string ProblemType{get; set;}}
Last modified by jawahars on 2/1/2011 5:07:28 PM
PropertyBag editor (PropertyBag Class (Microsoft.SharePoint.Meetings))
SharePoint 2010 does not provide a user interface (UI) to read and write these configuration settings at run time. To do this, you can use the property bag editor on CodePlex:Property bag editor for SharePoint 2010: http://pbs2010.codeplex.comProperty bag editor for SharePoint 2007: http://pbs.codeplex.com
Last modified by A Havivi on 5/31/2010 2:01:08 PM
Tags:  bag  editor  property
Here: http://blogs.msdn.com/visualstudio/archive/2010/04/02/msbuild-property-functions.aspxalso, GetRegistryValue is not mentioned:$([MSBuild]::GetRegistryValue(`HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\VisualStudio\10.0\Debugger`, ``)) // got default value using ``$([MSBuild]::GetRegistryValue(`HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\VisualStudio\10.0\Debugger`, `SymbolC
Last modified by DanMoseley - MSFT on 5/20/2010 3:56:41 PM
Maximum value (NetTcpBinding.MaxReceivedMessageSize Property (System.ServiceModel))
You can not set MaxReceivedMessageSize with System.Int64 maximum value.The correct way is use System.Int32 maximum value.Thanks
Last modified by William F. Favarin on 1/6/2010 1:07:25 PM
Tags:  maximum  property  value
Why you must Dispose() after calling ShowDialog() (Form.ShowDialog Method (System.Windows.Forms))
There are two primary reasons you must call Dispose() after returning from the call to ShowDialog().The first is that the user closing the form by clicking the Close control only hides the form and does not call Close().The second is that Dispose() is not called automatically. It was designed this way to give you the ability to retrieve the result code returned via the DialogResult property of the
Last modified by -- on 12/15/2009 10:52:15 PM
Doesn't work... (How to: Retrieve Information from the Parent Form of a Dialog Box)
This method always yields NULL in .NET 4 Beta 2.The only solution I got working was to use the version of ShowDialog with parameters, set the argument to this/Me and use the Owner property in the Dialog then: private void MyForm_Load(object sender, EventArgs e){ new MyDialog().ShowDialog(this); // Must be this overload! If using ShowDialog(), the Dialog's Owner property will be NULL !!!} .
Last modified by BetterToday on 11/26/2009 10:35:19 PM
Setting the Title property (SPListItem.Title Property (Microsoft.SharePoint))
The .Title property is a getter. There is no setter for this property. If you want to set the title however use this snippet: SPListItem item = // get item from liststring newValue = "New Title";item["Title"] = newValue;item.Update();
Last modified by Bil Simser [MVP] on 11/24/2009 3:19:25 PM
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