|1.||crashes with database connection
Posted by dbmasters on 8/8/2005 5:58:30 AM
If I open the database connection and I enter something wrong so it doesn't connect, or I decide to just cancel out of the connection for whatever reason, the entire application crashes.
Very annoying, can anyone confirm this with themselves as well?
|2.||Re: crashes with database connection
Posted by dbmasters on 8/10/2005 5:44:36 AM
What I do is pretty simple:
Click "Data" then click "SQL Server". Upon the opening of the dialog I check the "Use Web.Config Setting?" checkbox which opens the file browser. I browse to the web.config, close that dialog and click the "Get" button" it populates the form, I then remove the "Data Source=" from the Server IP/Name" field (it'd be nice to have that stripped automatically). If I accidently delete one too many ...
|3.||Re: crashes with database connection
Posted by dbmasters on 8/11/2005 5:33:56 AM
no, I am saying that when it crashes, ASP Express as a whole crashes.
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>
<add key="ConnectionString" value="Data Source=localhost;Initial Catalog=***;UID=***;PWD=***;" />
|4.||Re: opening multiple copies
Posted by dbmasters on 8/10/2005 5:45:31 AM
I can suck it up for a couple weeks, thanks :)
|5.||opening multiple copies
Posted by dbmasters on 7/18/2005 7:40:48 AM
I sometimes loose track of which files I have open, so I will open one a second time...it would be nice, if this happens, to just jump to the copy that is already open, or, at the very least have a prompt asking whether to jump to the current one, or open another copy.
|6.||Re: opening multiple copies
Posted by dbmasters on 8/8/2005 5:31:45 AM
any info on when/if this might be fixed? What I would like to see is just like most other editors do, if you already have a copy of "filename.aspx" open, rather than opening it again, it just flips to the currently open one.
Time is nearing me to buy or move along. I really like this app except for a couple of quirks like this...so, while I probably will buy it in the next couple days, I would like to know the direction of the app.
Thanks much for a cool ...
|7.||Re: plan to buy, but get error with v4
Posted by dbmasters on 7/7/2005 5:39:39 AM
w00t, 4.0.3 doesn't get the above error. Nice work.
|8.||plan to buy, but get error with v4
Posted by dbmasters on 6/28/2005 5:46:29 AM
I am trying to evaluate this app, it seems quite cool, just installed v4, when trying to hook up to a SQL Server db, I get a dialog that says "richtx32.ocx" is missing or corrupt...what the heck is that file?
|9.||Re: plan to buy, but get error with v4
Posted by dbmasters on 6/29/2005 5:43:46 AM
OK, cool, that works. Thanks for the quick fix...
If I open more than one file at a time I get an error:
Error Number: 53
Version Number: 4.01
Error Message: File Not Found
If I open only a single file at a time that error does not occur.
I appreciate the prompt support. I have about 40 days of my trial left, given the prompt fixes, plus ...
|10.||keep-alive connection feature?
Posted by dbmasters on 7/5/2005 6:30:57 AM
Would it be possible at some point to add a keep-alive connection feature that would just ping the server every few seconds just to keep the connection from timing out? That would be a major help on a couple of the servers I work on...
thanks for consideration and a great app.
Posted by dbmasters on 6/30/2005 7:53:57 AM
1- By right clicking on the file shortcuts at the bottom have the option to close that file, scrollwheel click for immediate close of that file.
2- Ability to save database connection profiles.
3- Save preview profiles
4- Set up "projects" if a file is opened in a configured directory or any of it's subdirectories it opens project-related info such as preview URLs, database connections, etc...
Just some thoughts...I'm new to ...
|12.||Re: enhancement suggestion
Posted by dbmasters on 7/1/2005 10:46:15 AM
1- ah, didn't notice that, it seems to be a trend with apps now to have close option by right clicking on the tab for that file, or a scroll click on the tab for immediate close. Or at least for the apps I use, so it's a habit I find myself doing in ASPExpress and the option isn't there...I hate retraining myself :-)
2- Yeah, but then every time I want to open it I need to browse to that web.config. And then remove the Data Source= from the string cuz it always puts that in that ...
|13.||Re: enhancement suggestion
Posted by dbmasters on 7/1/2005 12:13:20 PM
2- When it retrieves info from web.config it has "Data Source=[then the string]" and if I leave the data source= in the string it crashes, so I have to manually remove that all the time.
3- ya, it's still more buttons to click...but yes, it does remember the URL, my bad...I just always have to hit the apply button before viewing. Perhaps have no preview tab, but right click the source tab and have a menu that will shortcut to different urls, and each project configured ...