Error updating jscript intellisense see error list
Visual Studio 2008 will auto-detect the presence of a master page and scan for references in that file.
Thus, placing references in the master page is all you need to do. I put a vsdoc reference in the Master Page, why is Intelli Sense not working in a User Control? Thus, there is no way for Visual Studio to guess which master page the user control will end up on.
Generally, we simply can’t predict which file a user control will end up on. “Shail” provided the best suggestion, which is just to include a list of script references you want on your user control, then wrap those controls with a “” to make sure you don’t redundantly include scripts at runtime.
I can see a centralized list of references helping this scenario, which leads into the next question… Is there a way to specify a centralized list of references for Intelli Sense? Short of writing your own Script Manager or similar code, there’s no “built-in” way to specify a centralized list of references for Intelli Sense (or for the runtime).
My recommendation here would be to include your file statically via a ” if you won’t want to double-include the script at runtime. I’m getting a “child Nodes is null” error, what is it and what do I do?
If you’re using j Query, the “child Nodes” error is indicative of Intelli Sense not happy with a particular plug-in.
You can create a JS file with no code (let’s call it “list.js”) that contains solely a list of commonly used references (the XML comment type) at the top.
“Peter” suggested there was a similar issue with CSS files. I saw a lot of questions/feedback/comments regarding paths and URLs.There’s no web.config location for this (as “Curly Fro” asked) nor is there a Tools Options list you can set.However, there is a fairly useful trick that is worth mentioning.Given the feedback, this is something we can definitely take into consideration. I’d like to clarify what is supported and not supported by Visual Studio JScript Intelli Sense then ask for feedback: In a nutshell, I’m recommending ../../folder/file for MVC and ~/folder/file for Web Forms.I’m curious: how many files you are typically including into your pages? Also, we can resolve site-relative paths to the project root for if there’s enough demand. How do I get Intelli Sense to understand “google.load()”?
Without a reference to jq Modal.js, j Query Intellisense works fine: As soon as I add the reference to jq Modal.js, the Intellisense stops working with this error: Warning 1 Error updating JScript Intelli Sense: …\scripts\jquery-1.3.2-vsdoc.js: ‘j Query.Serialize’ is null or not an object @ 1430:4 To work around the problem, generate the script include tag dynamically so that the Java Script Intellisense engine doesn’t see the jq Modal reference at design time.