Update June 29, 2013: The project is currently configured for Visual Studio 2010; it will work fine for VS 2012 as long as you have 2010 installed, if not the project updater stops working.
An update is coming by this weekend, but the fix is:
1. Open the project RAD Studio Client.
2. In the ClientUtil folder, open the file VisualStudioHelper.cs
In the method 'FindSolution', change the following line:
Type objectType = Type.GetTypeFromProgID("VisualStudio.DTE.10.0");
Type objectType = Type.GetTypeFromProgID("VisualStudio.DTE.11.0");
The above scenario worked as long as VS 2010 was installed for either 2010 or 2012; the problem is solved for VS 2012 installations with the above instructions.
If anyone wants to volunteer to put the code in to determine the OS and version of Visual Studio this could be dynamically solved, but I am on Visual Studio 2012 only now, so this is not a priority for me.
Update Jan.1 2013: Watch the new RAD Studio Intro Movie:
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New in version 4.6.1
The Visual Studio Project Updater now works on Visual Studio 2012.
The project templates have been updated to include ListHelper.cs. Copy the project templates to your Users directory \My Documents\Visual Studio 2010 and / or Visual Studio 2012\Templates\Project Templates\C# and optionally any subfolders such as Web or Windows.
The file ListHelper.cs is now included in the project templates, and this file is required to use the new Gateway creator.
The Gateway Creator is new to this version and creates the following methods for each table:
Load (loads a List<T> for any table or view)
Delete & Find allow you to pass in the primary key or an instance of the object; The Save and Load method allow you to pass in an instance of the class created for each table.
To call a custom stored procedure modify the data writer located in the DataAccessComponent\DataManager\DataWriters folder.
The Class Room\Documents contains the Quick Start guide and database and fields tutorial. This is a good place to start to learn how to use RAD Studio.
To see a complete working example of a Web Service and Web Site please visit http://www.countwidget.com or download the source at http://countwidget.codeplex.com
The Data Juggler web site is live (although still under development). We now offer data tier creation as a service so you can focus on your application. Leave the database and data tier to us. Visit www.datajuggler.com to learn more.