Vevy good feature however . I have a solution with wp8 project and portable class library and when I actually want to deploy to wp8 dev device I got error
"Deployment failed because an app with target platform x86 cannot be deployed to Device. If the target platform is win32/ x86, select an emulator. If the target platform is ARM, select Device" which is understandable is there any workaround ? for that problem ?
if you're going to deploy to a device, you'll have to manually set the build configuration to ARM, then build, then deploy. Then do the opposite when you deploy to the simulator.
I think you can also run into this if you don't have the emulators installed at all. In that case you just have to change the platform once, and things should work after that.
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I have questions regarding store apps. What's the story in regards to the CPU build selection within VS? I watched a Build session from Channel 9 where x86 was chosen in the demo. Is this just to enable the debug logging or does it mean an app that's currently built and deployed to the store with 'Any CPU' now needs 3 builds and three packages to be uploaded to the store?
If I have already installed and configured Microsoft Monitoring Agent on my prod web servers, are the changes made by using this tool necessary? I see it effectively adds an HTTPModule to my web site and creates a config file that looks a lot like the collection_plan.xml. Not sure if I need to make these changes if I'm already monitoring it using MMA and Visual Studio Online.
Then newest version of the vsix (1.2) uses a new ApplicationInsights.config file that uses the same schema as the newest version of the MMA. This allows you to do all of the collection plan editing in VS and it will deploy along with the website.
Just to be clear, then. With this latest version of the VS tool the collection_plan.xml settings file that MMA was running off of is no longer used, and the ApplicationInsights.config file becomes the exclusive source of data feeding my AI portal on visualstudio.com. Is that correct? If so, does that mean I can uninstall MMA from my prod servers? I'm trying to understand the overlap here...