Microsoft.ReportingServices.ReportViewerControl.WebForms – Adding Package – Postmortem – Package – Folder Comparison

Background Let us discuss some of the changes that occur when we integrate "Microsoft.ReportingServices.ReportViewerControl.WebForms" component to Visual Studio. Lineage Here are other posts along same thread :- Microsoft.ReportingServices.ReportViewerControl.WebForms – Error – “The definition has an invalid target namespace which can not be upgraded” Link Comparison Folder Comparison Tools Tool - Meld Artifacts Download Meld from … Continue reading Microsoft.ReportingServices.ReportViewerControl.WebForms – Adding Package – Postmortem – Package – Folder Comparison

Microsoft.ReportingServices.ReportViewerControl.WebForms – Error – “The definition has an invalid target namespace which can not be upgraded”

Background Trying to evaluate an application, but it has been one issue after another. Error Error Image Error Text Resolution Outline Visual Studio Microsoft.ReportingServices.ReportViewerControl.WebForms Install Package Launch Nuget Console Issue install command Tasks Visual Studio Microsoft.ReportingServices.ReportViewerControl.WebForms Install Package Syntax Sample Output - Image Output - Text Credits Crediting .... Author :- DarioN1 Link :- Link … Continue reading Microsoft.ReportingServices.ReportViewerControl.WebForms – Error – “The definition has an invalid target namespace which can not be upgraded”

Visual Studio – Error – “The project types may not be installed or this version of Visual Studio may not support them”

Background One of the many good things about Open Source is that when error comes up, one can look into it. And, that is also the bad, the error picks at one until one finds a resolution. Error Unsupported This version of Visual Studio is unable to open the following projects.  The Project types may … Continue reading Visual Studio – Error – “The project types may not be installed or this version of Visual Studio may not support them”

Shane Ray – Invisible Character Visualizer

Background In this post, we will use Shane Ray's Invisible Character Visualizer to view non-printable Unicode characters. Artifacts As our content contains un-printable characters, it is easier to avail the contents in a file that is easily share-able. GitHub As always here we will go with GitHub. The small sample file is available here :- … Continue reading Shane Ray – Invisible Character Visualizer

MSBuild – Error – ‘error MSB4066: The attribute “Version” in element is unrecognized.’

Background Wanted to highlight an error one might experience trying to build a Visual Studio Application from the command line. Error Error - Image Error - Text error MSB4066: The attribute "Version" in element is unrecognized. Troubleshooting Google Googled on the error message and thanks goodness Stack Overflow came to rescue. The solution is to … Continue reading MSBuild – Error – ‘error MSB4066: The attribute “Version” in element is unrecognized.’

Visual Studio.Net – Build Error – “Error CS0229 Ambiguity between …”

Background Experiencing error building a project in Visual Studio. Error Error Image   Error Message Error CS0229 Ambiguity between '_jobSummary' and '_jobSummary' Error CS0121 The call is ambiguous between the following methods or properties: 'ExecJobActionAsync(Func<DbConnection, Task<int>>)' and 'ExecJobActionAsync(Func<DbConnection, Task<int>>)' Error CS0229 Ambiguity between 'IsEnabled' and 'IsEnabled' Error CS0229 Ambiguity between 'IsRunning' and 'IsRunning'   Troubleshooting … Continue reading Visual Studio.Net – Build Error – “Error CS0229 Ambiguity between …”

Visual Studio – Xamarin – Traffic Light

Background Here we go with our first small CSC 101 application in Xamarin. Outline addControls instantiate Button Object If in manual mode Add event handler for Button Click Instantiate StackLayout Add Button OnButtonClick handle buttonclick event call triggerNextState triggerNextState Call Device.BeginInvokeOnMainThread Have next method be processed on main thread reflectState Update Button Text Base next … Continue reading Visual Studio – Xamarin – Traffic Light