As per Microsoft Docs “The core SSDT functionality to create database projects has remained integral to Visual Studio. The extensions for Analysis Services, Integration Services, and Reporting Services projects are not available for Visual Studio 2022 at this time.”Continue reading “Extensions for SSAS, SSIS and SSRS are not available for VS 2022 at this time! (Feb2022)”
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Developer Toolkit and Dynamics CRM & 365 Developer Extensions are great Dynamics 365 development accelerators available in the Visual Studio Marketplace. Still, these tools are not compatible with Visual Studio 2017, which is the latest release of VS. This is a workaround that you can make use of these tools with Visual Studio 2017.
Dynamics 365 Developer Extensions is a great replacement for Dynamics 365 Developer Toolkit, steps of the workaround has been given below for both the tools.
Step 1: Download Toolkit or Extensions from following links.
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Developer Toolkit
Dynamics CRM & 365 Developer Extensions
Step 2: Extract the .vxis file as follows.
Extracting Microsoft Dynamics 365 Developer Toolkit vsix fileContinue reading “Dynamics 365 – Developer Toolkit & Extensions for VS2017”
Maintaining a Version Control System is an additional overhead for a software development team and its further difficult when the team members are connecting from different regions of the world from different networks. Some development teams use different tools with different programming languages and maintaining different types of source controls will be a challenge. Most of the time project managers track development progress from some other system and team members should log in to that system at the end of the day and log whatever the things they have done.
Microsoft provides Team Foundation Service for Source Controlling facilities as well as project management capabilities with Scrum templates.
Team Foundation Service can be accessible from anywhere with IDEs like visual studio and eclipse. Development teams can be start working on their solution without thinking of managing infrastructure setup and maintainance in the their premises. It mainly provides following areas of services;
 Download XrmPage-vsdoc.js from HERE
 Add XrmPage-vsdoc.js in to the Visual Studio IDE
Moving between active(opened) files in Visual Studio;
Default : Use ctrl+tab to move forward between active (opened) files and ctrl+shift+tab to move back between active files.
Change it : Tools->Options->Keyboard
Select Window.NextDocumentWindowNav command from the drop down list Window.NextDocumentWindowNav
Assign another key combination
However only the MVC 2 Web Application Project Template is available with Visual Web Developer 2010 Express initially and you have to download MVC 3 from following link and install it in order to get ASP.NET MVC 3 Web Application Project Template on VS Express.