|Visual Studio 2010 - Extracting YEAR from a parameter with date|
st.Name AS Region, st.SalesYTD AS Sales, YEAR(so.OrderDate) AS
Sales.SalesOrderHeader AS so
LEFT OUTER JOIN
Sales.SalesTerritory AS st ON so.TerritoryID = st.TerritoryID
As suggested by Ian Preston
|Unsupported Operation. A document processed by the JRC engine cannot be opened in the C++ stack windows app|
Use runtime path for loadding report I.e
reportDocument.Load(Application.StartupPath + "CrystalReport1.rpt");
Make sure report files are placed in specified folder which is
directed by this path. use
string str = Application.StartupPath;
to be sure that which folder it refers to then place report files in
this folder it will work fine. I faced similar problem like you and
then I noticed this pat
|Create and set Registry string with the "App Installed Location Path" value|
Create the registry item in the setup project's registry view and use
case-sensitive [TARGETDIR] for the value. TARGETDIR is the property
associated with that Application Folder, and square brackets cause it
to resolve to the actual value.
|Visual Studio parsing behavior with custom property sheet to set platform tools version|
The platform should be set in the very beginning, like described in
the link you posted. It is used in the Microsoft.Cpp.Default.props /
The 'v100' you get could come from one of the .user files. Do you
really need/have them?
I mean, here:
|Crystal Reports Does Not Show Data From View|
Got it. I didn't update the object in my code which feeds the report.
I guess that since the report is attached to the SP, that's why it
showed in "Main Report Preview" but not when running in VS.
|VisualStudio - library project that joins multiple library projects|
Since those are your libraries, add a common topmost namespace to all
the libraries (or add them to one of the existing namespace) and
compile them in one project. Then, reference this aggregate DLL.
|Get Installation Folder Path string in VB2010 Setup Project|
The answer is that you can't because Visual Studio setups don't have
that capability. All custom actions, vbscripts, C++, C# or whatever
all run after the files have been installed. There is no capability to
run code before or during that UI sequence. If you want to get the
location from somewhere on the system, setup projects have a search
that might work to get the default value.
|vsdraCOM causes the codebase path to point to build path|
I'm going to expand on Hans' answer and that link info, and it may be
more than a comment can hold.
That reg file will contain the path to the file and the link article
recommends using [TARGETDIR], which is basically wrong if the file is
not being installed to the application folder. The path to your file
should be written as [#file-key] in the reg file that you import. In a
VS setup project th
|How to set VC++ Directories with CMake|
Simply add the following line to your CMakeLists.txt:
Similarly, add the following line if you want to set the library
|How to build single nuget package for multiple projects in a solution|
I don't think you can because Octopus Deploy doesn't seem to support
granularity above the project level. If you could deploy a solution
in total, what you're asking could work, but the process steps
available in Octopus are pretty much leveled out at one project each.
I see the allure of one deployment for what is to your way of thinking
a single product release with four things in it, but the
|Linked resources file (resx) with unlinked designer.cs file|
It doesn't seem possible to have a local designer.cs
But there's a workaround :
Open the .csproj of the project holding the link
Rename the Designer.cs file everywhere, for example
MyResource.Designer.cs -> MyResourceWPF.Designer.cs
In the original folder copy the MyResource.Designer.cs file to
In the project holding the link open the .resx file and modify it (for
|pdcurses creating the library for visual studio 2010 fails (cannot access)|
Launch a Visual Studio 2010 command prompt. This sets your
environment properly, so that nmake.exe is in your PATH on Windows.
Next, "cd" into the "win32" subfolder that was created when you
extracted the compressed tar distribution of PDCurses3.4.
Now, you are ready to build PDCurses using Visual Studio's compiler
using this command:
To perform a "clean" build target:
nmake -f vcwin32.mak DE
|Visual Studio 2010 Weird Bug?|
This is usually caused if you're using some kind of "broken"
Try running VS in safe mode
You can also try /ResetSkipPkgs
If the problem occurs then try re-installing VS
|Aligning controls using the Visual Studio 2010 Resource Editor|
Guides aren't created automatically for you, you have to set them
yourself. This is done by clicking inside the rulers to the top (for
vertical guides) or to the left (for horizontal guides) of the dialog:
Once set you can move guides around as desired by clicking on the
arrow inside the ruler area. To remove a guide, simply drag an arrow
outside the ruler area.
|SSIS File Watcher task on Server 2012|
The short answer is yes.
SSIS does not come with an in-built file watcher task, so it sounds
like you installed something like this:
http://www.sqlis.com/post/file-watcher-task.aspx. In order for the
server to be able to execute the package it will be looking for the
file watcher ell in the GAC. The task I noted here has an msi file
which will take care of the installation process. If the task
|Cmake - Differentiating symbols among targets|
When you want to specify defines for an individual target, use
|CMake and Visual Studio 2010 and Additional Library Directories|
By using link_directories(), I was able to update "Additional Library
Directories" field in the "Linker" section of the Project properties.
find_package(Boost 1.55.0 REQUIRED COMPONENTS system filesystem)
|Visual Studio 2013 always opens Properties window in Category sorting|
Something is broken on your machine if this does not persist between
VS sessions. Always hard to guess what that might be, you'll need to
look for the reason that the current settings are not getting saved on
your machine. There is one specific file that gets updated every time
you exit VS, it records the value that you care about.
You'll find it in C:UsersYourNameDocumentsVisual Studio 2013Set
|VisualStudio 2010 - How do you display only YEAR in a chart?|
There are a number of ways to achieve this. The easiest, is to
calculate a year value directly in your dataset, and then use this
field in your chart. This is a simple matter of adding the following
code to the select part of your dataset:
YEAR(s.OrderDate) AS [OrderYear], -- This is the new field
Alternatively, you can create a
|Can't configure git to ignore Visual Studio files|
Git Ignore only works on files that haven't already been added to
source control already. You'll need to remove them manually and then
they will be properly ignored.
Stop tracking and ignore changes to a file in Git
|How to expand command-line arguments when debugging in Visual Studio?|
If you are invoking visual studio as such:
devenv /debugexe 'myprogram' *.txt
then yes, args will contain '*.txt' and you will need to parse and
respond to that in your program. (Just the same as if you'd launched
the program without the debugger).
|'Microsoft.VisualStudio.Diagnostics.ServiceModelSink.Behavior' could not be loaded|
I am not sure whether this was because I used Windows Update and
forgot to restart or because I simply didnt restart after the IIS
installation and deploy.
One way or another the answer was to reboot the server.
|'ORDER BY' total for location on an SSRS graph in VisualStudio2010|
go to series group properties and change the sorting by total "Z to A"
see screen shot for your reference ...
|How would you manage security and setup this on TFS|
Follow the link on TWA for your project
then click the source control directories of the projects. On the
right side you can add your teams and give the permissions seperately
to the directories.
|Telerik AppBuilder extension for Visual Studio does not have UI Designer|
If you want to use the Kendo UI visual Designer, you can use the
AppBuilder in-browser client or the native Windows client. You can
initiate a project with either of those tools, sync the code with your
source control provider (git-based), and then continue development
with Visual Studio.
|visual basic difference in dates between two lines in text file|
I guys I have worked it out I have done this by reading the text filed
line by line in a loop at the moment I have not put any validation in
to show people who have forgot but the basics are there
Dim FILE_NAME As String = "times8.txt"
Dim start As DateTime
Dim finish As DateTime
If System.IO.File.Exists(FILE_NAME) = True Then
Dim objReader As New System.IO.St
|Ogg vorbis crash|
Never mind, i solve this.
It seems OggVorbis is touchy when it comes to Windows and use of
ov_open due to some linking issues with stdio.h and fopen.
Documentation says it clearly:
WARNING for Windows developers: Do not use ov_open() in Windows
applications; Windows linking places restrictions on passing FILE *
handles successfully, and ov_open() runs afoul of these restrictions
|What caused my Entity Framework database context to fail to generate?|
The change of the start-up project was caused by the modified .suo
file. This Solution User Options file stores personal settings
concerning a specific solution, among which the start-up project. This
information is not stored in the .sln file.
I'm not aware of any .suo settings that could affect the code
generation form an edmx file, but it could be related.
The lesson to learn here is: never c
|Working with HBitmaps|
I figured it out. In my code above there were two mistakes (of which
I'm aware of). First, the memory DC must be deleted after use, so
ReleaseDC must be replaced by DeleteDC.
Second, one must know that an object that is selected into a DC cannot
be selected into another DC. Hence it is important that after
operating on an object in the memory DC, the object must be unloaded
by selecting the DC's
|Correct syntax for the WHERE by date|
You don't mention where you will specify the day and month, so to get
a specific D/M:
SELECT bene_records.*, Day([b_date]) AS MyDay, Month([b_date]) AS
WHERE (((Day([b_date]))=1) AND ((Month([b_date]))=11));
You can replace the hard-coded date/month with your own criteria.
|"Invalid License File" while using CMake with Visual Studio Express 2010|
This problem is caused by AVR Studio (and possibly) other products
installing a "devenv.exe" in the folder C:Program Files (x86)Microsoft
Visual Studio 10.0Common7IDE. By default, CMake will attempt to use
"devenv.exe" and fall back on "MSBuild" if it is not found. MSVC
Express 2010 does not use a "devenv.exe", but instead has its own
executable. To fix this problem, rename the "devenv.exe" fil
|How Object(.obj) files generated in Visual Studio|
Object files contain relocatable machine code that is generated from
your source code. Visual Studio creates one .obj file per each .cpp
file. Then depending on the project (executable, static/dynamic
library) you can get relocatable or non-relocatable code. If code is
relocatable then the symbols (function calls, variables) that are not
available at the compilation time are marked as unresolved a
|How to create a dynamic Infopath form?|
Deploy your InfoPath form as a site content type.
Modify the definition of the list created dynamically by your webpart
so that the default content type for the list is the one created when
you deployed your InfoPath form.
Then, when a user creates an item in the list, the default content
type will be used and the InfoPath form will be displayed.
|"opencv_core220.dll is missing"?|
It should be under path
OpenCV-Path uildx64 or x86vc10 or vc11in
p.s.: Use x64 if you compile your project under x64, and x86 for
Win32. Use vc10 for VS2010 and vc11 for VS2012.
To make it work, you should do one of the following steps:
Add this path to Path environment variable.
Add this path to your project's Debugging Environment.
Copy opencv_core220.dll to the output folder of yo
|MASM errors on Build in VS10|
It looks that your asm source is a RosASM source code and you will
have no chance to compile it under MASM / Visual Studio.
RosASM is a win32 assembler that used a quite original design that let
it store the source code inside the compiled executable (in a
dedicated section) and many other features like an integrated IDE,
integrated debugger, some powerful macros, a resource editor, a dialog
|Static build with PCL and OpenCV in Visual Studio 2010|
The precompiled vtk libraries you are using from PCL must have been
compiled using /MD flag (Multithreaded DLL) in Visual Studio. You
need to recompile them using the /MT flag (Multithreaded static link).
|VS2010 Premium 'Connect To TFS' window not staying open|
It looks like XP mode is interfering. Not all applications are
supported and I have never seen or used visual studio in this manor.
You would be better either running VS2010 on your local Windows 7 or
running it in a VM (Not in XP mode).
|REGISTRY issue in Visual Studio SETUP PROJECT|
This solution works for me! Please note the one and only comment in
Not deleting the question in case other people encounter this problem.
|Calling user defined functions in Package Manager Console in Visual Studio|
PowerShell needs to load the type first before it can call it.
Add-Type -Path c: estClassLibrary1.TestClass.cs
You could also put the add-type call into your NuGet_profile.ps1, and
load your DLL if there will be multiple classes you need to call.