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Visual Studio 2012: Shape Up Your Data with Visual Studio LightSwitch 2012
Creating Visual Studio Add-Ins
Debugging SQL Server 2005 Stored Procedures in Visual Studio
With Microsoft SQL Server 2000 it was possible to debug stored procedures from directly within Query Analyzer (see Debugging a SQL Stored Procedure from inside SQL Server 2000 Query Analyzer for more information). With SQL Server 2005, however, this functionality was moved out of SQL Server Management Studio and into the Visual Studio IDE. Using this technique, it is possible to step into your stored procedures, one statement at a time, from within Visual Studio. It is also possible to set breakpoints within your stored procedures' statements and have these breakpoints hit when debugging your application.
All editions of SQL Server 2005 include debugging support (including the Express Edition). However, only the Team Systems and Professional editions of Visual Studio enable stored procedure debugging from within the IDE. In short, if you are using Visual Web Developer or Visual Studio Standard Edition then you cannot step through a stored procedure or enter the stored procedure via application debugging.
In this article we will examine how to debug SQL Server 2005 stored procedures through the Visual Studio IDE. We will look at both stepping into a stored procedure directly from the IDE as well as how to set breakpoints within the stored procedure that are then hit when debugging the application.
How to Start Unit Testing .NET Projects
New and Useful Features in Visual Studio 2012
Here we are again with a new Visual Studio. It’s hard to believe that 10 years have passed since Visual Studio .NET (codename Rainer) was released. Rainer represented a watershed moment for Windows developers as the promise of a unified language environment had finally been delivered.
Fall In Love with Visual Basic All Over Again in Visual Studio 2008
Visual Studio 2012: What’s New for Web Development in Visual Studio 2012
Visual Studio SDK Tips and Tricks
SharePoint Workflow Wizard in Visual Studio 2008
Online Article: New Features In Visual Studio 2005 Windows Forms
"Don't do it! Don't do it!" the little voice in my head shouted as I contemplated using the worn out clich? "Good things come to those who wait" to describe the experience of designing Windows applications with Visual Studio 2005.However, that clich? accurately communicates the idea that building Windows Forms applications in Visual Studio 2005 is better, makes you more productive, and provides you with more fun than doing the same in Visual Studio 2003, not to mention VB6!