Last post Feb 02, 2008 02:25 AM by chetan.sarode
Dec 06, 2007 01:46 AM|chelovik|LINK
I am wanting to use the TimeTracker SDK (I had this about 3 years ago, so I know what it does). I've downloaded the copy from the site, which gives me a file: Time.vsi (536kb) ... I cannot open this file type, for whatever reason, so have renamed it Time.zip,
which then opens revealing the following folders: App_Code --> BLL and the following files: ProjectComparation.vb (1kb), TimeEntry.vb (2kb) and UserReport.vb (1kb). This is all. I cannot extract these files either.
What has happened to the original TimeTracker, which was about 4MB in size and very comprehensive. I am on my own when it comes to .Net, so struggle with Guru advise. Can someone give me a plain English answer please.
Thanks in advance, Paul
Dec 06, 2007 06:20 AM|MaineOne|LINK
A VSI is a self installing template. You should be able to click on it, Then when you open VS2005 or VWDExpress2005 you will need to Open New WebSite and it should show in the New WebSite dialog.
Dec 06, 2007 11:03 PM|chetan.sarode|LINK
VSI is self extracting file, when you click it it will added template to your VS
You can download it from here
Dec 09, 2007 10:24 PM|chetan.sarode|LINK
Have you solved your problem.
Try to reinstall it
Dec 26, 2007 10:39 PM|chetan.sarode|LINK
Are you able to start TTS,
Have you solved your problem or not
Post it on forum
Jan 31, 2008 10:28 PM|chetan.sarode|LINK
what is the status of your post, Post it So it will help for other people
Feb 01, 2008 12:57 AM|chelovik|LINK
Sorry, but the question wasn't answered. Even though I had installed VWDExpress2005, I could not extract this file, which is why I asked if there was another way, or if I was doing something wrong. To be told that it is a self-extracting file is obvious,
and to be also told it will open when you double click on it, seems to me even more obvious that it isn't working. I still do not know why, and ended up resorting to sending it to a friend to see if he could open it, and have him extract the contents ... which
Feb 02, 2008 02:25 AM|chetan.sarode|LINK
I have VS 2005, I tried it & it is running sucessfully