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  • Blog Post: SQL Azure Support in Visual Studio 2010

    Visual Studio 2010 supports data connections to SQL Azure , query designing, data manipulation, and data binding operations in your C#/VB applications. Connecting to a SQL Azure Database SQL Azure can be viewed as a subset of SQL Server 2008. Therefore, when you add a SQL Azure data connection inside...
  • Blog Post: Deploy your BDC model to a specific BCS Service using Visual Studio 2010

    Please read on this blog post if you want to deploy a BDC model to the desired SharePoint BCS service or if you ever run into issues like below... "When deploying a BDC model in Visual Studio 2010, some people may see this error message “… There is no default Business Data Connectivity...
  • Blog Post: No-Build Experience Enhancement in WCF RIAServices 1.0 RTW

    Introduction   In the WCF RIA Services PDC release, Live IntelliSense was first introduced to enable no-build experience for RIA Services development.   More information about this feature can be found in: Live IntelliSense in WCF RIA Services for VS2010 .   In the WCF RIA Services 1.0...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight 4 Tools for VS2010 and WCF RIA Services 1.0 Released!

    This is the final release for Silverlight 4 Tools for VS2010, WCF RIA Services 1.0 runtime and tools. A bunch of new features were   introduced into this release, . Let’s take the Data Source Window (used   for data-binding UI generation) outputs as an example. With the new release, you will...
  • Blog Post: Workaround to Data Source Window not populating RIA Services Domain Context Objects

    Recently, we found a bug that hidden in the WCF RIA Services RC release setup authoring, which causes the Data Source Window cannot populate RIA Services Domain Context objects, and the Live IntelliSense doesn’t work. This only happens when the VS2010 is not installed in the default VS installation path...
  • Blog Post: Enabling CRUD for SharePoint 2010 external lists using Visual Studio 2010

    Recently we published a blog Walkthrough of enabling CRUD for SharePoint 2010 external lists using Visual Studio 2010 . This walkthrough shows you how to pull data from an external database into an external list and enable Create, Read, Update and Delete (CRUD) functions to the external list. I copied...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight Object Binding in Visual Studio 2010 Beta2

    Visual Studio 2010 provides drag-and-drop data binding from the Data Sources window in Silverlight applications. The Data Sources window simplifies the process of creating data-bound controls to present application data to users. This example shows how to display data from 2 related business objects...
  • Blog Post: Building Look-Up Binding with the VS Data Source Window

    About six months ago, Milind wrote a post about how to leverage the Data Source Window to build look-up binding. In that article, Milind briefly described one way to do that through drag-and-drop. In this post, I’ll show you different ways to use the Data Source Window and build look-up binding through...
  • Blog Post: Visual Basic PowerPacks is released in Visual Studio 2010 Beta2!

    Many of you have been asking about this and here is the good news: VB PowerPacks has been released in Visual Studio 2010 Beta2 ( Download ) and will be part of VS2010 RTM! It was also released in VS 2008 Service Pack 1, but if you’re still working on VS 2008, this post shows where to download the VB...
  • Blog Post: Manage Business Data in SharePoint 2010 using VisualStudio 2010

    If you want to manage business data in SharePoint 2010 Beta, you can use VisualStudio 2010 Beta to do that. For details, you can read this blog Walkthrough of creating a SharePoint 2010 external list using Visual Studio 2010 Beta . I copied some paragraphs for your preview. "There are a bunch of SharePoint...
  • Blog Post: VS SDK 2010 Samples for WCF Service Consumption Tools

    Today, we finished the work to upgrade SDK samples for WCF Service Consumption Tools to VS SDK 2010 beta2 release. There are 3 samples included in this resource, each containing both Visual Basic and C# projects. 1. AsrDiscoverButton -- Extending the Discover button in the Add Service Reference dialog...
  • Blog Post: Live IntelliSense in WCF RIA Services for VS2010

    Live IntelliSense is one of the new features added into WCF RIA Services PDC release on VS2010. It enables no-build experience to get IntelliSense support on the client project for business objects defined in the server project. As we know, IntelliSense provides a fast way in coding to find right types...
  • Blog Post: The Data Source Window Support in WCF RIA Services

    WCF RIA Services Beta was announced at PDC09 one week ago. It contains a lot of runtime support to make the experience of building a web business application much easier using Silverlight. Besides, there are also some tooling supports to help developers write less trivial code but to make the application...
  • Blog Post: WPF Data Binding: How to Bind DataSet to WPF Designer

    WPF Data Binding: How to Bind DataSet to WPF Designer In our previous posts, we mostly used the Entity Data Model as the ORM (Object-relational mapping) layer for the WPF Data Binding scenarios. Meanwhile, since DataSet is used broadly, we also provide the DataSet as a supported DataSource in the...
  • Blog Post: Accessing Master-Detail Data through ADO.NET Data Service in a Silverlight Application (Part 2)

    In Part 1 of this post, we developed our Silverlight application to access data through an ADO.NET Data Service. So far we are able to load the data at run time and navigate through the data records back and forth. Let’s now develop more functionality to update data, delete records, and add new records...
  • Blog Post: Accessing Master-Detail Data through ADO.NET Data Service in a Silverlight Application (Part 1)

    With Visual Studio 2010 Beta2, users can add data sources to a Silverlight application using the Data Source Configuration Wizard . The added data source is shown in the Data Sources tool window, and can be drag-dropped to Silverlight designer, with data-bound controls automatically generated. In...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2 is here!

    Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2 has been released! Check out the Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4 Beta 2 site to download the Beta, submit product feedback on the Beta Forums , report bugs on Connect , and watch videos about Visual Studio 2010 on Channel 9 . Also visit the Beta 2 walkthroughs page for...
  • Blog Post: Writing Event Handler for controls in a DataRepeaterItem

    In the MSDN Visual Basic Power Packs forum , I had an embarrassing reply on a DataRepeater event handling question, in which the user asked why his event handling code did not work. Here is the original question: “I want to be able to resize a textbox when a user clicks on a textbox within a datarepeater...
  • Blog Post: DataRepeater Control for Windows Forms

    The DataRepeater control is available in the Visual Basic Power Packs . As Yun Feng introduced in his post , the Visual Basic Power Packs is included in Visual Studio 2008 Service Pack 1 and will also be shipped in Visual Studio 2010 . The DataRepeater control is my favorite component in the Visual...
  • Blog Post: Build Your Own Navigation Bar in WPF with Insert / Save / Delete Action

    Some time ago, we built a navigation bar for our WPF application to navigate data. We can make it even more powerful, and add CRUD support into it. Because we are using Entity Data Framework, it’s pretty easy to achieve this. Don’t believe it? Let’s first add the following buttons into our navigation...
  • Blog Post: Tips: Using “Navigate To…” for search in Visual Studio

    Visual Studio 2010 Beta1 provides a great feature called “Navigate To”. You can find this feature under the “Edit” menu or use the keyboard shortcut “Ctrl + COMMA” to bring up the “Navigate To” dialog. This feature provides search-as-you-type support for files, types, and members to match the input string...
  • Blog Post: Build Your Own Navigation Bar for Data Navigation in WPF

    You may have known that drag-drop data-binding experience has been introduced to WPF application development story from VS2010 Beta1, thanks to a lot of posts before this one. The whole experience in WPF is pretty similar to what we’ve already had with WinForms: developers configure the bindings in Data...
  • Blog Post: WPF Data Binding: Lookup tables

    A few weeks ago I wrote about creating a master-details form , where we looked at an example of a database used for tracking orders, as part of an order management system. We had used the Customers and Orders tables and built a master-details form that showed a list of customers and for each selected...
  • Blog Post: WPF 4 Beta 1 Designer Video Series on Channel 9

    I was browsing Channel 9 today, and saw the video Mark Wilson-Thomas demonstrating the easy drag-and-drop way of creating a Master Detail Form in WPF. Please check it out here . In some other videos , he also talked about the future of WPF designer , which is pretty cool. Milind Lele also made two videos...
  • Blog Post: WPF Sample on CodeGallery

    The MSDN CodeGallery now has VB and C# sample for WPF data binding http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/WPFDatabinding This is a sample of a WPF application and includes data binding, data validation, lookup binding. The solution is VS2010 Beta1 based, but the application uses .NET Framework 3.5. See also...
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