lsWireCore Project Updated v1.0.6

lsWireCore

Updated to lsWires.js v1.0.6

Added Database Project to pre-seed the tiles
Just need to edit the tiles in the browser to add the icons

Added lsWiresExtras folder with the security tile icons
Highly recommend Syncfusions Metro Studio for additional icons.

Updated the CopySolution.ps1 script

Fixed Visual Studio from changing IIS ports on rebuilds

This should be the project that you use our CopySolution on

We’ve moved the repo to https://bitbucket.org/interbay/lsWireCore

Don’t hesitate to holler if something breaks!

Well it broke… Arrrgggg!!  Hopefully easy work around… just do a full rebuild after you download. 
(thanks Michael Washington)

Dale

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10 thoughts on “lsWireCore Project Updated v1.0.6

  1. Robin Venter says:

    Is there a version of lswires that works in VS2015?

    • Robert Jacquier says:

      Dale had to make changes to the msls-2.5.2.js and msls-2.5.2.min.js files for lswires to work. When you upgrade the lsWiresCore solution to 2015 it overwrites these files with Microsoft’s msls-2.5.4.js and msls-2.5.4.min.js. Just do a diff between the files and port the changes over to the 2.5.4 version, this will correct the error mentioned below.

  2. Hi Dale, just to let you know an exception ‘unable to get property ‘details’ of undefined or null reference’ occurs on line 1196 in lsWires-1.0.6.js on calling initialiseCore from screen_created, but only in VS2015 – could you take a look please?

    On further inspection it appears that msls.shell is undefined at the point lsWire.shell wants to reference it?

    Thanks,

    Ian Mac

    • Dale or Ian did you find a solution to this issue in VS 2015?

      • Ian, Just noticed you commented on this yesterday – strange coincidence we’re trying lsWires on the same day. Anyway, I tried to fix this but couldn’t and gave up.

        I cheated by editing msls.js near line 13526 like so:

        msls_setProperty(msls, “shell”, new msls.ShellViewModel());
        msls_shell = msls.shell;
        //JAB BEGIN expose shell
        msls_expose(“shell”, msls_shell );
        //JAB END

      • Carlos Carminati says:

        Josh, I have same issue on VS 2015. Had you find a resolution? It’s very quiet here 😦

      • Robert Jacquier says:

        Hi guys. Dale had to make changes to the msls-2.5.2.js and msls-2.5.2.min.js files for lswires to work. When you upgrade the lsWiresCore solution to 2015 it overwrites these files with Microsoft’s msls-2.5.4.js and msls-2.5.4.min.js. Just do a diff between the files and port the changes over to the 2.5.4 version, this will correct the error you mentioned.

  3. Donald says:

    menu manipulation from screens makes no sense if “Tap” is configured from code.

    In previouse versions this part was more judicious.

    Thank you for creating LsWires it helps us lot.

  4. Al says:

    For those of you having problems building the project using VS 2013 Community Edition, try this:

    ‘Going to Tools->Extensions and Updates and updating “Microsoft SQL Server Update for database tooling”.

    https://connect.microsoft.com/SQLServer/feedbackdetail/view/979839

    This did it for me. HTH.

  5. Peter says:

    Hi, I just downloaded this project from BitBucket but it does not start. I don’t think it is creating the tables for security and/or menu system. Is there something i’m supposed to initialize something. Would really appreciate your help as this is first look at LightSwitch so i’m a bit lost. Below is the error

    This is the error in the errorlist window

    18: The “SqlBuildTask” task failed unexpectedly.
    System.MethodAccessException: Attempt by method ‘Microsoft.Data.Tools.Schema.Sql.Build.SqlTaskHost.OnCreateCustomSchemaData(System.String, System.Collections.Generic.Dictionary`2)’ to access method ‘Microsoft.Data.Tools.Components.Diagnostics.SqlTracer.ShouldTrace(System.Diagnostics.TraceEventType)’ failed.
    at Microsoft.Data.Tools.Schema.Sql.Build.SqlTaskHost.OnCreateCustomSchemaData(String filePath, Dictionary`2 referenceMetadata)
    at Microsoft.Data.Tools.Schema.Sql.Build.SqlTaskHost.CreateCustomSchemaData(String filePath, Dictionary`2 referenceMetadata)
    at Microsoft.Data.Tools.Schema.Tasks.Sql.TaskHostLoader.ProcessReferences(TaskLoggingHelper providedLogger, SqlTaskHost host, ErrorManager errors)
    at Microsoft.Data.Tools.Schema.Tasks.Sql.TaskHostLoader.LoadImpl(ITaskHost providedHost, TaskLoggingHelper providedLogger)
    at Microsoft.Data.Tools.Schema.Tasks.Sql.TaskHostLoader.Load(ITaskHost providedHost, TaskLoggingHelper providedLogger)
    at Microsoft.Data.Tools.Schema.Tasks.Sql.SqlBuildTask.ExecuteLoadTaskHostStep()
    at Microsoft.Data.Tools.Schema.Tasks.Sql.SqlBuildTask.ExecuteStep(Func`1 step)
    at Microsoft.Data.Tools.Schema.Tasks.Sql.SqlBuildTask.Execute()
    at Microsoft.Build.BackEnd.TaskExecutionHost.Microsoft.Build.BackEnd.ITaskExecutionHost.Execute()
    at Microsoft.Build.BackEnd.TaskBuilder.d__20.MoveNext() C:\Program Files (x86)\MSBuild\Microsoft\VisualStudio\v12.0\SSDT\Microsoft.Data.Tools.Schema.SqlTasks.targets 513 5 Database1

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