I read on MSDN Forums that it is not possible to use other configuration than Release and Debug. This is wrong.
I am using it for Tech Head Brothers Portal, what you have to take care of is how you set your configuration. On the following picture you see how I defined a new Staging configuration and set the Web Deployment Project WebApplication.csproj_deploy to build using this configuration.
My old build script wasn’t working after the migration to this new version and you will find in this post the different adaptation that I had to do.
Add missing ToolsVersion as following:
I don’t get it!!! I thought that pageflow will be soon integrated into ASP.NET directly! When will it be and in which form ?
It turned out that the code we showed at TechEd wasn’t going to end up in any of the product releases, so the dev team requested permission to release that code as a sample of how one can implement a generic navigation framework using WF that can support multiple UI technologies (i.e. ASP.NET and WPF).
If you are using ASP.NET 2.0 CSS Friendly Control Adapters 1.0 with the Login controls of ASP.NET 2.0 you might have experienced some issue like multiple postback when using Internet Explorer. You might get a GREAT fix and explanation of the issue from Tana Isaac of Wellington, New Zealand.
Double Postback Problem - Cause (skip this if you just want the fix!):
ASP.NET AJAX provides new APIs for registering script with the ScriptManager. Using these APIs allows controls to work well with partial rendering. Without them, controls placed inside an UpdatePanel won’t work as expected. In previous CTP releases of ASP.NET AJAX, we had a set of validator controls that derived from the v2.0 controls and used the new APIs. This made them work well with ASP.NET AJAX. WindowsUpdate will soon include a version of System.Web that can take advantage of the new APIs. So the new controls which would have been redundant have been removed. However, the update isn’t available yet and ASP.NET AJAX has been released. So, in the short-term, the source code for a set of custom validator controls that work with partial rendering is available here.
I remember when I tried to implement a Login control in a ModalPopup with one of the early release of what was called at that time Atlas and is now called ASP.NET AJAX. I had lots of difficulties and now it works like a charm.
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