The timeout value store within following registry keys (depending on if your are using Express or the full product).
The value is in milliseconds so choose something greater than 15000.
Jeff King from the Web Tools team wrote up a great post earlier this week that answers a number of common questions about how Java Script intellisense works with VS 2008. One trick he talks about which I'll show here is a technique you can use when you want to have Java Script intellisense work within user-controls/partials (files).
Often you don't want to include a Java Script library reference within these files, and instead have this live on the master page or content page the user control is used within.
In a file that runs before ext-base.js, or on the first-line of itself, add the following code: This corrects for an inaccuracy in our simulated execution environment. Ext is one of the larger libraries out there and thus it takes longer to execute. …increasing the timeout will often solve the problem.
Once again, after the next service pack, this workaround will no longer be neccesary. Increasing the Timeout By default, every Intelli Sense request is only allowed 15s to execute. NET Web Hooks Community Standup CSS CSS and HTML Development Intelli Sense Jeff King JScript Mike Snow MSDeploy msnow MVC Orcas publish Sayed Ibrahim Hashimi Silverlight silverlight resources SP1 tips and tricks Vishal R.
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.
There’s no web.config location for this (as “Curly Fro” asked) nor is there a Tools Options list you can set. NET Web Hooks Community Standup CSS CSS and HTML Development Intelli Sense Jeff King JScript Mike Snow MSDeploy msnow MVC Orcas publish Sayed Ibrahim Hashimi Silverlight silverlight resources SP1 tips and tricks Vishal R.
I am getting this error virtually on a new web form: Warning 1 Error updating JScript Intelli Sense: C:\Users\XPSM1530\Documents\Visual Studio 2008\Projects\j Query Tutorials\jquery-1.9.1.js: Object doesn't support this property or method @ 1318:1 C:\Users\XPSM1530\Documents\Visual Studio 2008\Projects\j Query Tutorials\getting 1 1 j Query Tutorials Any idea why I am getting this?
thanks Hi ratbags21, That's because your intellisense file not match with your jquery library file.
check method in the following similar post: If you want to ingore the error pleaes try the following method, With a project selected in Solution Explorer, on the Project menu click Properties. Make sure you drag these across into your html page in the head section (no spurious blank line as in VS2008 yay!
It happens to you if you are a developer or debugger running VS 2008 and trying to use Java Script intellisence for your favorite JS library.