TFS 2010 was released without “Branch by Label” in the UI (you had to do using TF.exe /branch /version:Lxxx). A hotfix was released on Aug 3 that fixes that problem. (details http://support.microsoft.
Had a tough time finding the right driver for my old GEMPLUS GPR400 Smart Card reader. This is what I found. It is for Windows 2000 and for the GemPC400, but it seems to work. http://support.gemalto.c
You need to use the SetValue method of the DependencyObject class… I’ll let the code speak for itself: <UserControl x:Class="SetGridProgrammatically.MainPage" xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com
Probably not the only reason you’d get this exception, but if you do try this: Open WMAppManifest.xml under /Properties Remove all child nodes from HTH, Jon
It’s really simple to Navigate to another page in Windows Phone 7, but it took me a few to figure it out. Where Page1.xaml is in the root of the app: NavigationService.Navigate(new Uri("/Page1.xaml",
Sometimes you click “Ignore” by mistake. “Ignore” is just a rule that auto sends the thread to Deleted Items. So, just find the item in deleted items, select it and click the “Ignore” button again.
Gladient has a Free Starter Edition of their product that allows you to do things like bulk move files and other things we take for granted in Windows Explorer http://www.gladinet.com/p/download_start
This is an awesome error message: I have found that manually killing wmdc.exe in Task Manager and then restarting helps.
I’m not sure what the deal is with this one, but rebooting my phone resolved it.
[ You likely get the exception "Connections to SQL Server files (*.mdf) require SQL Server Express 2005 to function properly.��� when you are trying to add a Database file to a project and don’t
[ This exception: “This server version is not supported. Only servers up to Microsoft SQL Server 2005 are supported” Probably means that you have SQL Server 2008 installed and don’t have Visual Studio