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Latest Microsoft Visual Studio LightSwitch Forum Threads That Have Answers

I'm rendering a custom control that will display it's own heading in a Browse Screen so I don't want anything to appear above it. What is the recommended way of meeting this requirement? Z A R D O Z

I have an oracle table with an ID as PK. And the version I use for oracle doesn't have auto generated columns as in SQL Id is generated via a trigger.  I have attached this table to Lightswitch successfully , and it recognizes my ID as Primary Key.So far so good. However when I generate an Add Edit Screen for this table, despite of ID being primary key, the form asks it explicitly. If I do the same setup for sql server, this field is not generated for screen. What could be wrong ?

Hi guys, Details: LightSwitch HTML Client, VS2013, update 2 I have price and discount fields. Each of them should be updated if the other one is changed. I am using the databind approach which results in an endless loop between the 2 databind functions. Do you have an elegant solution to this problem. A global flag seems to be one possible solution (although I am not able to make it work yet). Regards, Martin

I have a super-simple screen that has one entity an a grid (that used to work).  If I try to save, using the built-in button, I get: "An error occurred while updating the entries. See the inner exception for details." It only happens in my published Azure cloud service (not on my local machine).  I have not been able to figure out how to get the Inner Exception.  I enabled the "Enable Created/Modified Properties" and I think that it might have something to do with that.  I unchecked it and the problem still exists. I have not been able to get tracing to work (I have a separate question going on that issue) so I am trying to figure out how to get the actual error.  Any ideas on how to get the actual error would be appreciated. Thanks, Mark

Hi there! After closing the AddEditScreen dialog, how can I know which button was clicked? Best regards, Ciro


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