Month: January 2008

VS Designer throwing ‘Operation could not be completed’ error.

Today, while working with the Linq designer, my Visual Studio installation started throwing errors at me. They stated ‘Operation could not be completed’ followed by some Dutch nonsence which didn’t help much. At first, I thought this had to do with me altering the database structure and then opening the Linq designer again. I tried deleting some

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CSS for table views

Looking for a nice layout for your (data)Tables, GridViews or ListViews? Check out this site!

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LinqDataSource not deleting records

I ran into a small problem using the LinqDataSource as a datasource for a GridView or ListView (the new 3.5 ListView features quite nice functionality, with an insert-capable grid!). I had set up a datasource with a ListView bound to it which had a button per row to call the ‘Delete’ command. The other commands seemed

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More Linq to SQL

If you’re into ASP.NET and you want to learn Linq to SQL to provide your user with data from your SQL database, you need Scott Guthrie. And if you don’t know that name yet, you should definitely check out his blog. For his articles on Linq to SQL, please check out these links: Part 1:

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Free stuff from Microsoft

Surfing around the web I stumbled upon this blogpost from Mohamed Ahmed Meligy writing about free stuff from MS. I thought this would be somekind of action I missed out on and was already too late to sign up for. But no! I tried and this link still takes you to a Microsoft site which requires

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My first Linq steps

First of all, I would like to wish you all a happy new year. I know it’s a bit late for that, but I didn’t get (or take…) a chance to post my first blogpost of 2008 earlier. I’m eager to find out what this next year is going to bring us, but I guess I’ll

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