Last post Jul 19, 2012 09:57 AM by Josh Hill
Jul 12, 2012 12:54 PM|Josh Hill|LINK
I've searched the Internet looking for a solution to this, but I've not really found anything and what I did find didn't work.
I have VWD 2010 Express SP1 installed. But somewhere along the line, I lost the ability to add Library Package References (and the ability to add references to COM objects with it) because the PROJECT menu is either empty or doesn't have the Add Library
Package option available. All the tutorials I try to follow reference the ability to do this (in VWD 2010 Express), but I don't have it.
So, I guess I have two questions:
So it goes.
Is there a fix? some sort of patch I missed somehow?
Thank you for your help.
Jul 12, 2012 03:13 PM|bclaman|LINK
check under the Tools menu - mine is available via right click on the project in Solution Explorer and from the menu: Tools - Library Package Manager - Add Library Package Reference
Jul 12, 2012 03:32 PM|Josh Hill|LINK
Thank you for the information. But...nope. Not there.
The options in under Tools > Library Package Manager are:
Further, there isn't anything in the Solutions Explorer because it's a stand-alone page, not a solution with additional folders and files associated with it. So there's nothing listed in the Solution Manager pane, and when I right-click there, I don't get
anything. No context menu of any kind.
But thank you anyway; I appreciate your time.
Anyone else have a suggestion/thought(s)?
I'm also willing to be shown how to add a reference in code. If that's even possible.
Thanks to all,
Jul 13, 2012 12:59 PM|Josh Hill|LINK
Anyone? I really need some help. If I load a solution with folders and other files, I can right-click the Solution Explorer pane and add things that way, but I have a stand-alone page.
Any and all help appreciated.
Jul 14, 2012 03:24 PM|Josh Hill|LINK
Really? No one's experienced this? I'm very concerned now.
Would installing a full version of Visual Studio still work, or is this a problem with my PC?
Jul 19, 2012 01:10 AM|TomKKK|LINK
I think you need a full version.
Jul 19, 2012 09:57 AM|Josh Hill|LINK
Thanks, I appreciate the input. I've got the full version now, but I still don't know how to get the references to the library added to a single ASPX page/file. Guess that's another question for another day.