I have tried very hard but cannot find a solution on how to set session timeout value for in-process session for an ASP.Net web application.
Sometimes when I’m editing page or control the .designer files stop being updated with the new controls I’m putting on the page. I’m not sure what’s causing this to happen, but I’m wondering if there’s any way of forcing Visual Studio to regenerate the .designer file. I’m using Visual Studio 2008
Specifically, in VS 2008, I want to connect to a data source that you can have by right-clicking on the automatically-generated App_Data folder (an .mdf “database”). Seems easy, and it is once you know how.
ASP.NET: Web Site or Web Application?
I remember when MS was developing Cassini – I believe they rolled it into VS 05/08, so I think this is a Cassini web server question.
Is there a way to access Visual Studio’s built-in ASP.NET Development Server over HTTPS?
I am debugging codeplex simple project. I am using
Since there are no header sections for user controls in asp.net, user controls have no way of knowing about stylesheet files. So css classes in the user controls are not recognized by visual studio and produces warnings. How can I make a user control know that it will relate to a css class, so if it is warning me about a non-existing css class, it means that the class really do not exist?
Over the last couple of days I started getting the following validation warning (green squiggly line at design time) in a Visual Studio 2008 ASP.NET WebForms project:
When using Visual Studio 2008, when I “Publish Web Site”, the application builds correctly, but then I get a “Publish failed” message: