[Solved] The Backend version is not supported to design databas disgrams or tables.

I Came across this error when i got to work on some other machine with SQL Server Management Studion 2008 R2 installed.

This error thrown up when I tried to modify the design of a table by right clicking on a table and selecting “Design” option.

Error- Backend Version Not Supported - SQL Server Management Studio

Solution:

  • Check Database version using “SELECT @@VERSION”

    select-version

    In my case it was SQL Server 2012 SP1.

  • Update the SQL Server Management Studio to the version of the SQL Server.

That’s all!

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Getting Started with Visual Studio Code : Part 2

Learn how to work with Git repository in Visual Studio Code – an ultra-fast code editor!

In order to start, you need to have a Git Repository at your local machine. You can have it in multiple ways, some are given below.

Install Git Client on your machine if you haven’t already from  git-scm.com/downloads and initialize your project folder with git configuration using “git init” command.

Git init CommandFigure 1 Initialize Folder with “git init

Clone a Git Repository from any Git Repository Provider, be it github, BitBucket, GitLab or any other, they are so many out there.

Git RepositoryFigure 2 Clone Git Repository

Read the complete article here on C# Corner:

http://www.c-sharpcorner.com/UploadFile/370e35/getting-started-with-visual-studio-code-part-2/

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Getting Started With Visual Studio Code: Part 1

Every developer has a lot to gain by using a powerful editor. Auto-complete, fast file switching and the ability to install packages for new technologies are a few of the perks that every developer enjoys utilizing. And you get all these features in Visual Studio Code. It’s lightweight and ultra-fast. It’s a fast editing experience, similar to what you get with brackets, Sublime Text and Atom while it’s debugging and integration experience is similar to what you get with Web Storm or Visual Studio.

Every developer has a lot to gain by using a powerful editor. Auto-complete, fast file switching and the ability to install packages for new technologies are a few of the perks that every developer enjoys utilizing. And you get all these features in Visual Studio Code. It’s lightweight and ultra-fast. It’s a fast editing experience, similar to what you get with brackets, Sublime Text and Atom while it’s debugging and integration experience is similar to what you get with Web Storm or Visual Studio.

Everyone should master the tool that he has inside his toolbox. It helps to use the right tool at the right moment and gain the most from it. In this article I will walk you through what will help you the most when you start using Visual Studio Code and be productive at the meantime.

So, whether it’s a Windows, OSX or Linux, let’s start walking. If you haven’t downloaded Visual Studio Code yet, download and install it from https://code.visualstudio.com.

Language Support

With the language support for 33 Languages Visual Studio Code blows off the following features:

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Read the complete article here on C# Corner

http://www.c-sharpcorner.com/uploadfile/370e35/getting-started-with-visual-studio-code-part-1/

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What is Linting?

Linting is a process of running a program to analyse your code for potential syntax errors.

lint was the name originally given to a particular program that flagged some suspicious and non-portable constructs (likely to be bugs) in C language source code. The term is now applied generically to tools that flag suspicious usage in software written in any computer language.

It can do the type checking, can check for variable declarations, any design / perform / security related checks based on the best practices and suggestions implemented (depending on the language and it’s “linter” application). Below pictures will give you a fair picture of what exactly the lines above mean. I have a single line of JavaScript code as follows: Linting1 and after running a linter application (JsLint) I get this information back in return: Linting2 and with that, I can easily figure out that I’ve missed to provide quotes on both of the sides of the name. Now I will go back and fix the code like: var myName = “Sunny”; and the error will go away on next linter run. Thanks!

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Presented on .Net Fundamentals at Microsoft(CONNECT); event

Microsoft User Group Delhi organized a fabulous full day event on 25th April 2015. It was held at Bharati Vidyapeeth College of Engineering, Paschim Vihar, New Delhi. The event on focused on CS students and they learnt a lot about .Net, PowerShell and SharePoint. I presented on .Net Fundamentals. Here’s few awesome click work by them

Event Group Photo
Event Group Photo

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I really loved being there as every one of them was super attentive and excited to learn.

Just in case you may want to re-visit, here are the slides from my session:

Happy Learning 🙂

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