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April, 2005

  • The Visual Basic Team

    TableAdapters and Object Binding - Bridging the gap

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    In Whidbey we’ve done a lot of work to enable design time support for object based data binding. This leaves the question of how to load and save custom objects. How do developers get the rich functionality of DataSet but using their own object model? In this article I’ll describe some common infrastructure for building a set of base classes to enable round tripping your objects to/from the database....
  • The Visual Basic Team

    I can no longer connect to the SQL Server on an XP SP2 machine!

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    After installing XP SP2 on the machine that runs my SQL Server, I found I could no longer access my SQL Server database from within the Visual Studio 2005 IDE or from any new applications created with Visual Studio 2005. Prior to installing SP2 the SQL...
  • The Visual Basic Team

    What's Wrong with Online Help? (by Adam Braden)

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    If you’ve downloaded VB Express Beta2 and tried using online help, you’ll notice that your F1 help doesn’t quite seem right. It turns out there is a problem with help sending its request in the wrong order so the least relevant topic shows up in your...
  • The Visual Basic Team

    New Snippet Editor for beta 2!

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    (Posted by Steven Lees) One of the coolest things about code snippets is that in addition to the 400 or so that we include in the VB install, you can also make your own. We just posted a beta 2 update to the Snippet Editor--check it out on http://msdn...
  • The Visual Basic Team

    Extending My

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    (Posted by Steven Lees) For those of you who are the Seattle area (or can get there this evening), Tyler Whitney from the VB team is going to be at the Seattle .NET Developers Association meeting tonight to talk about how the My feature is architected...
  • The Visual Basic Team

    Check out the new VB IDE blog!

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    We've started a new blog on the Visual Basic IDE. The address is http://blogs.msdn.com/vbide . Check it out, and let us know what you think! Thanks, Lisa Feigenbaum Visual Basic Program Manager
  • The Visual Basic Team

    The Wait Is Over - Download VB 2005 Beta 2 Now! (By PaulYuk)

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    Paul talks about the go-live of VB 2005 Beta 2 and points to some quick start resources. Check it out!
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