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Method not found: 'System.Web.Mvc.MvcHtmlString System.Web.Mvc.Html.LinkExtensions.RouteLink(System.Web.Mvc.HtmlHelper, System.String, System.Obje
by Meski in Programming Languages

I have a project that it had been developed under MVC1 and after aa few months ago I upgraded it in MVC2.

Everything was well, uppon the day I needed to format my computer.

And what can goes wrong with a format? I don't know Laughing

I have installed the MVC2 after the formating,I import the existing project, I build it, and no error displayed while it been

MonoTouch linker fails to resolve System.Void System.Console::set_ForegroundColor(System.ConsoleColor)
by tobybot in Operating Systems

My app builds/links/deploys fine to the simulator, but I just tried to build/deploy the app to a real device for the first time, and I get a linker failure.

I don't use System.Console or ConsoleColor anywhere in my app, but I do have a fair amount of code that uses UIColor, and I wonder if there's some MT dependency here.

I'm using

In C# on windows phone Attempt to access the method failed: System.IO.FileStream..ctor(System.String, System.IO.FileMode)
by Bas in C & C++ & C#
FileStream FS = new FileStream("MyFolderMyFile.txt", FileMode.Open);
IsolatedStorageFile myIsolatedStorage = IsolatedStorageFile.GetUserStoreForApplication();
StreamWriter writeFile = new StreamWriter(new IsolatedStorageFileStream("MyFolderMyFile.txt", FileMode.Append, myIsolatedStorage));
using (writeFile)
FS.Seek(0, SeekOrigin.End);

cannot convert from 'System.Web.UI.ControlCollection' to 'System.Collections.Generic.IEnumerable<System.Web.UI.Control>'
by ussballantyne in Programming Languages

I would like to clear and dispose of all the components inside of an asp:panel. I am receiving the error:

cannot convert from 'System.Web.UI.ControlCollection' to 'System.Collections.Generic.IEnumerable'

Heres my code:

List<Control> ctrls = new List<Control>(panelLayout.Controls);
foreach (Control contro

LocalSystem vs. System vs. Local System Windows system accounts
by Chennai in Programming Languages

I am completely confused by MS docs on Windows built-in accounts.

SQL Server 2008 R2 online docs "Setting Up Windows Service Accounts" tells

"Local System is a very
high-privileged built-in account. It
has extensive privileges on the local
system and acts as the computer on the
network. The actual name of the
account is "NT AUTHORITY

LINQ to Entities does not recognize the method 'System.String Format(System.String, System.Object, System.Object)'
by GTech33 in Coding

I have this linq query:

private void GetReceivedInvoiceTasks(User user, List<Task> tasks)
var areaIds = user.Areas.Select(x => x.AreaId).ToArray();
var taskList = from i in _db.Invoices
join a in _db.Areas on i.AreaId equals a.AreaId
where i.Status == InvoiceS

Ambiguous call to method “Round(a: System.Double): System.Double ; Round(d: System.Decimal): System.Decimal”
by Rineau in Programming Languages

I am bit confused as to why calling Math.Round method would raise, "Ambiguous Call" compiler error.

Here is my offending code:


RawMin is Int32 data type.

I thought, Round method should return with Int32 value type.

Any hints or clues will be greatly appreciated. Thanks,

I have a table with uuid and system column. I need a query to return only uuid's having system=1 but not the uuids with system= 1 nad 2
by pulkizine in Databases

I have a table with uuid and system column. I need a query to return only uuid's having system=1 but not the uuids with system= 1 and 2

Generate html from “{Input:{'A':'System.Int32','B':'System.Int32'}, Output:System.Int32}”
by William Burke in Web Design

I get metadata as string like "{Input:{'A':'System.Int32','B':'System.Int32'}, Output:System.Int32}"

I am using knockout.js and could use json.parse also. But are there any easy way to generate a inputform that let the user submit data for properties of input. (would it be better to change the metadata to be a list of properties?

DateTime.Parse(string)' threw an exception of type 'System.FormatException' System.DateTime {System.FormatException}
by AnthonyC in Programming Languages

DateTime.Parse(string)' threw an exception of type 'System.FormatException' System.DateTime {System.FormatException} for different cultures.
Is there a way to convert date stored in string from any culture into datetime format

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