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Why o why use visual studio.net

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This was something lacking in VS.NET 2002 & 2003, and luckily has made its way into Whidbey previews. Unfortunately, you're going to have to write code until VS.NET 2005 is released next year.

Matt Hawley, MCAD .NET
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I am new in visual studio.net and i find it not so usefull (maybe i'am
doing things wrong). I want to create a webapplication with datagrids
etc..but why doensnt visual studio put the connection string in
web.config file???!!!

I puts the sting and all the other values in the Web Form Designer
Generated Code of the Form. So if i make a new form i have to make a
new connection etc.. Now i have put the connection string to the db in
the web.config myself but now are all the advatages of Visual building
a webapplication gone!!! Am I doing things totaly wrong or why is this
setup this way? If is use for example Dreamweaver it pust the
connection string in the web.config.

If i want to make an editable datagrid then i have to code i manualy.
So i thing Visual Studio is not flexible at all! Maybe it's me (i hope
so ;-)) but can someone explain how to do it!

Thnx in advance

Jul 21 '05 #1
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Cor
Hi Matt,

I did give an almost same answer as you, but connect it the next time to the
original post, than would I not do the same.

:-)

Cor
Jul 21 '05 #2

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Thanks for your reply. Now i know it's not me :-)
And sorry for my bad english.

"Matt Hawley" <mhawley@!n!o!s!p!a!m.integrityts.com> wrote in message news:<e2**************@TK2MSFTNGP09.phx.gbl>...
This was something lacking in VS.NET 2002 & 2003, and luckily has made its way into Whidbey previews. Unfortunately, you're going to have to write code until VS.NET 2005 is released next year.

Matt Hawley, MCAD .NET
http://www.eworldui.net

nntp://msnews.microsoft.com/microsoft.public.dotnet.general/<d4**************************@posting.google.com >

I am new in visual studio.net and i find it not so usefull (maybe i'am
doing things wrong). I want to create a webapplication with datagrids
etc..but why doensnt visual studio put the connection string in
web.config file???!!!

I puts the sting and all the other values in the Web Form Designer
Generated Code of the Form. So if i make a new form i have to make a
new connection etc.. Now i have put the connection string to the db in
the web.config myself but now are all the advatages of Visual building
a webapplication gone!!! Am I doing things totaly wrong or why is this
setup this way? If is use for example Dreamweaver it pust the
connection string in the web.config.

If i want to make an editable datagrid then i have to code i manualy.
So i thing Visual Studio is not flexible at all! Maybe it's me (i hope
so ;-)) but can someone explain how to do it!

Thnx in advance

Jul 21 '05 #3

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