When you create a new project in Visual Studio the default directory is C:\Users\<userName>\Source\Repos. This article shows you how to change that. Steps Open Visual Studio. Click Tools > Options… Change the Projects location. Results Now when you create a project it’ll default to this location.
You need to auto-increment your build numbers in order to easily tell which code you’re working with. In this article I’ll explain how to auto-increment your build numbers in Visual Studio. I’ll be using text templating to generate the Assembly Version. 1 – Choose a versioning scheme I’m going to be using the version scheme: … Read more Auto-increment build numbers in Visual Studio
Problem You’re trying to debug a program with Visual Studio but Attach to Process does not work. Most likely you’re loading your code through some third-party process (like Excel), and when you try to use Attach to Process it simply doesn’t work. Solution Instead of trying to use Attach to Process, you can launch a … Read more Starting the Visual Studio debugger when Attach to Process doesn’t work
Problem You’re trying to use the ReportViewer control in Visual Studio but it’s not in the toolbox. Other symptoms: After manually adding the ReportViewer control to the toolbox clicking Design a new report does nothing. The RDLC report designer does not open and opening the RDLC file just opens the report markup. Solution Note: I … Read more ReportViewer doesn’t appear in the toolbox in Visual Studio