I'm just starting out with Visual Web Developer Express 2008.
I was wondering if it's possible to import a complete existing Classic ASP site into VWDE, the aim being to convert ASP pages to aspx one by one.
I don't see any obvious feature that allows me to do that.
I seem to have some sort of a bottleneck problem with a webpage that contains the following sub:
31 Protected Sub Button1_Click(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs)
33 ' Hide the button from further clicking.
34 Button1.Visible = False
36 ' Create the...
I could really do with some clarification on using virtual directories correctly. My situation is that I have a class folder located thus:
In sub3 there are some .aspx and .vb files that need to find the code in class_folder.
I already got myself...
In incorporating a few aspx pages (created by someone else) into an existing website that is mostly written in classic asp, I have to have a local web.config file in the /sub/sub/sub/ folder where the aspx and aspx.vb files are ultimately located.
I note there is a lot of duplication between...
Hi folks. I hope y'all haven't gone bush for the weekend and left me to my own devices. I definitely can't be trusted on my own!
I'm trying to transition from Classic Asp to VB.NET and I have to confess some confusion when it comes to using a MySQL database.
Here is the initial connection code...
Sorry folks, another newb question, but first...
Apologies to the Moderator for not putting this in the mySQL forum, but it's a very lonely place over there, and no responses!
My new installation of Visual Web Developer 2008 Express doesn't seem to know anything about the MySQL...
I'm stuck on Step Two of a two-step process.
In Step One I allow website members to upload an image file which is placed in a temporary location on the web server. No problems with that part.
Step Two is the bit I need help with. I'm just starting out with VB.NET and all the...
I'm just kicking off with VB.NET so I only need simple, affordable tools.
So far I've just been using Windows Notepad, but I'm wondering if anyone could suggest an open source (or at least very cheap) editor that's particularly good for developing VB.NET websites.
I'm not interested...
I want to allow members of a member site to upload images to a specific folder, the location of which is hard-coded.
I've got that part sorted OK, but it's very important that I be able to restrict the file types to certain image types (GIF JPG/JPEG PNG BMP) and that the file...