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Update to Clearing the Visual Studio 2008 Web Cache

by Joseph on Jun 5th in IDE, Local Cache, Visual Studio 2008, Web Development

If you’re using Windows Vista, the location of Visual Web Developer’s cache will be different from what I posted earlier. The new location is at C:\Users\[USERNAME]\AppData\Local\Temp\VWDWebCache

Remote Debugging with Visual Studio 2008… Almost

by Joseph on Apr 30th in DCOM, Debugging, Ping, Remote Access, Remote Debugging, TCP, UDP, Visual Studio 2008, Windows Live OneCare

Today has been long. I’ve been trying to figure out why on earth my Remote Debugger wouldn’t run. I had the Remote Debugging Monitor set up correctly on both machines, but I kept getting an error message about DCOM: “Unable to start debugging on the web server. The Visual Studio Remote Debugger on the target […]

Clearing the Visual Studio 2008 Web Cache

by Joseph on Mar 10th in Visual Studio 2008, Web Development

If you ever have issues with the server and local copies of a website getting out of synch, you may want to try clearing you cache in the following location:C:\Documents and Settings\{UserName}\Local Settings\Temp\VWDWebCache

Database Installation

by Joseph on Jul 1st in Database install, Publish Database, Server Explorer, Setup and Deployment, SQL Server, Visual Studio 2008, VS 2008

Visual Studio 2008 has this nifty tool for scripting databases. If you have an existing data connection in your Server Explorer, you can right-click on a database, select “Publish to Provider”, and voila, you have your entire database scripted to a file. Now, you may think “Hey, I can run this on another server, and […]


by Joseph on Jun 27th in C#, SnippDogg, Snippets, tools, utilities, Visual Studio 2008

So I’ve started using SnippDogg to manage my Visual Studio 2008 code snippets. Very cool functionality, fairly easy to use. My one problem is that the installation was a little strange and failed to load the required help files. However, it had a fairly quick learning curve, so no biggie.Check it out! Snipp Dogg Website

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