Can´t load source code in VS .NET 2010

Topics: Customizing BugNET
Dec 8, 2014 at 11:02 PM
Hi I'm trying to modify some methods in web service, I've downloaded the source but when is loading there are too many errors, I followed up the instructions but didn't helps. The errors are:
  1. Unrecognized libraries (log4net, automapper, provider,etc.)
  2. Search for the internal port in Visual web developer (VWD), but I'm using IIS 7
  3. VS Tries to load a project named (Library\Providers\HtmlEditorProviders\FckHtmlEditorProvider) but in this path is a folder named (CkHtmlEditorProvider) is the same and got to rename it?
  4. VS Tries to load a project named (Library\Providers\HtmlEditorProviders\jHtmlAreaEditorProvider) but folder doesn't exist
  5. Tries to load a project named (Library\Providers\ResourceProviders) but folder doesn't exist
Am I doing something wrong?
Do you know if there is a step by step guide?
Which is the best way to load the source code?

Environment: Visual Studio .NET 2010 & IIS 7

Thanks for the help.
Dec 9, 2014 at 7:32 PM
CKRE wrote:
Hi I'm trying to modify some methods in web service, I've downloaded the source but when is loading there are too many errors, I followed up the instructions but didn't helps. The errors are:
  1. Unrecognized libraries (log4net, automapper, provider,etc.)
  2. Search for the internal port in Visual web developer (VWD), but I'm using IIS 7
  3. VS Tries to load a project named (Library\Providers\HtmlEditorProviders\FckHtmlEditorProvider) but in this path is a folder named (CkHtmlEditorProvider) is the same and got to rename it?
  4. VS Tries to load a project named (Library\Providers\HtmlEditorProviders\jHtmlAreaEditorProvider) but folder doesn't exist
  5. Tries to load a project named (Library\Providers\ResourceProviders) but folder doesn't exist
Am I doing something wrong?
Do you know if there is a step by step guide?
Which is the best way to load the source code?

Environment: Visual Studio .NET 2010 & IIS 7

Thanks for the help.
Load the BugNET.sln , the other solution file was made for express editions and will be delete ASAP. If you want, visual studio 2013 community edition is now free
http://www.visualstudio.com/en-us/news/vs2013-community-vs.aspx
Marked as answer by CKRE on 12/16/2014 at 8:30 PM
Dec 17, 2014 at 4:32 AM
Edited Dec 17, 2014 at 4:33 AM
Is done, just have to download VS 2013 and the CKEditor for ASP .NET Lib, because is not in the source project.

CKEditor download

Thanks for the steps.