'ConfigurationManager' Is Not A Member Of 'Configuration' Even When A Reference To System.Configuration.dll Is Added To Project?
Nov 16, 2010
Receive 'ConfigurationManager' is not a member of 'Configuration' in VS2008.I read all of the topics in the forum about this error Tried adding areference to System.Configuration.dll to the project and an "Imports System.Configuration" to the vb file.Still get an error
I'm trying to connect to a database in my app, i'm using the app.config file to provide the connection string to the application.When i try to stablish de connection i get the following error msg: ConfigurationManager is not a member of Configuration. [code]
I am using Visual Studio 2010 and referencing System.Configuration at the top "Imports System.Configuration" but I'm still getting not declared and could be inaccessible due to it's protection level. What now?
I've got a bunch of DLL projects that I'm pulling into my application, each contains their own Settings.settings/app.config. When I compile the app and run for debugging, everything works just fine, but come deployment time I can't get my DLLs to read their own settings files.I've been doing some reading and it has become apparent that there's a couple of methods to getting each dll to read its own configuration - one is to dedicate a .dll.config to the library and the other is to embed the dll's configuration in the process.exe.config.I'm having significant issues trying to implement either and I wondered if anyone has any good docs on this - there appears to be a shortage on the Net.
I'd like a separate .dll.config for each of the libraries if possible, but in a pinch, getting each of my libraries to read their own section of the process.exe.config will he right direction because I'm so close to rolling this application out but this stumbling block is causing me a significant headache.Edit: When I merge the configuration files, I start getting TypeInitializer exceptions when I initialize objects withing my libraries. This is likely just me being retarded, but does someone have a working example of a merged config file and some basic demonstrative code for reading it from multiple assemblies?
1.Manager : dll containing Iterface definition and other things
2.Implementation: dll containing Implementation of the Interface
3.Executable: (maybe this one could be a external application or another dll using the libraries)
I have particular methods (iside the interface dll file) that extract information of real Implementation from AppSettings keys in order to instance it using reflection. I use the Manager inside the Excecutable, but when I try to retrieve a especific key defined in "Manager.dll.config" (appSettings), the value returned is empty because the configuration file used is "Excecutable.exe.config" I need this configuration information in Manager config file because this Manager will be used from other programs and the configuration must be centralized into that config file to replicate the possible changes to every app calling this dll.How can I to specify that the ConfigurarionManager.AppSettings must extract values from manager.dll.config file?
When we are typing the msconfig in Start>Run the window is appearing that is named System Configuration Utility . Now I want with WMI and API objects access this data and change them by programming in VB6. Specially, I want to change data on Start-up lists and Boot up services Can any one suggest me a solution?
Note: When I am going to use registry datas in compare of System Configuration Utility I have found that all of applications are not listed in registry + startup folder of windows. I think there is a provider for this issue in windows that returns or manages all applications on startup. I am searching for that.
When i try to run my app I get this exception "Configuration system failed to initialize"I recently added a datascource to the app and am assuming that something has gone wrong there but it was all working ok and then this error just started.I assume it's a problem with my appconfig file which i'll post here I cant see anything wrong with it but.!!I've tried deleting the ConnectionString Section but nothing helps and i cant run my app at
I am creating a custom config section that will allow me to manage what ELMAH exceptions I want to ignore from my VB.NET/ASP.NET app. Here's my code. I made it easy to paste in a blank code file if anyone's up to the challenge of diagnosing the problem.
When I execute this code:
I get the error An error occurred creating the configuration section handler for IgnoredExceptionSection: Could not load file or assembly 'WEB' or one of its dependencies..
What boggles my mind is that this all works fine in my C# console test app after I convert the code from VB.NET using a web utility. However, when I paste the VB code from my web app into my VB.NET console test app, it doesn't work there, either, so it appears to be a C#/VB issue. What am I doing wrong here?
From my DLL project I have succeded in making AutoCAD launch by pressing F5 from VB.net IDE (Visual Studio 2008) en route to try to make debugging of the DLL easier ...
... however one last obstacle is currently in the way and the obstacle is that for some reason when I hit F5 and AutoCAD is launched my breakpoints are not recognized at all... and program runs from start to finish instead of allowing me to debug ...
It issues a strange message which says "The following module was built either with optimizations enabled or without debug information... to debug this module, change its project build configuration to Debug mode..." and it is all weird because as far as I know I am not in release mode .. but in debug mode (anyhow I am relatively new to Visual Studio .NET so I am thinking that my impression could be that I am in debug mode when in actuality I maybe in release mode)...
Here is why I think I am debug mode ...
1. From Solution explorer ... when I click on the Solution Name and view its properties ... the Active config property says Debug|Any CPU
2. When I look at the properties of the project and look at the compile tab it says that the Configuration is Active (Debug) and under Platform it says Active (Any CPU).
3. Under the Advanced Compile Options of Compile Tab from project properties ... Enable optimizations is UNchecked ...
Anyhow with all the settings mentioned above it seems that I have everything okay but then the message above proves otherwise ... and so at this point I know that I am still missing something ... like a setting somewhere... wondering what else do you think am I still missing?
As additional info...there are seven projects in the solution and it is the main one (the one that I set as startup project) whose properties I refer to in all the paragraphs above.
Have you tried configuring ASP.Net Membership together with Enterprise Library DAAB? When I run my application it throws the following exception: "Configuration system failed to initialize" It seems that it encounters a problem that normally don't occur when I setup my configuration file.
I have a VS Solution with several projects. I want to set a specific project to the start project in Debug mode. Everything seems to run fine as I set breakpoints on the initial Form and several initialization procedures. At one point however, I get this error which is not an issue when I compile and run the release version.
Here is an illustration of the Exception. Unrecognized configuration section configuration. (C:...path...File.vshost.exe.config line 25) The config file is listed below an the jit debugging = true statement is on line 25
I am trying to execute a VB .net console application called Application1 that I created using Visual Studio 2008 with .net framework 3.5. When I run it under the windows scheduler or from a command prompt it works fine. When I try to run it under a purchased job scheduler, I get a message stating that directory APPLIC~1.config is missing. What properties does system.configuration use when it tries to find an application's .config file? Can these be set when my application starts?
Note: I was able to use ConfigurationManager.OpenExeConfiguration(My.Application.Info.DirectoryPath & "" & My.Application.Info.AssemblyName & ".exe") to get around this issue but would like a cleaner solution. I do not want to do this each time I want to retrieve an appSetting entry.
I am fresher in vb.net but I want to develop a project in this case I want to use the system.Configuration namespace's specific calsses. But I am not clear which class i use and why it's function and it's use.
I am the author of a freeware that have been hundreds of downloads without problems... and only ONE user reports to me the error in object.Since the exception is handled, tanks to his report I can realize that the error is generated when is read this code line:
If My.Settings.Opened = True then
Now the question is: why a single PC over hundreds have problems gaining access to My.Settings?His PC has installed XP Home Edition SP3, my program is compliled for Framework2.0.
An error that arises when I take a vb project Visual Studio 2010 that works on my local machine to a server. How precisely would I work around it?
Description: An error occurred during the processing of a configuration file required to service this request. review the specific error details below and modify your configuration file appropriately.
Parser Error Message: It is an error to use a section registered as allowDefinition='MachineToApplication' beyond application level. This error can be caused by a virtual directory not being configured as an application in IIS.
Line 24: ASP.NET to identify an incoming user. Line 25: --> Line 26: <authentication mode="Windows" /> Line 27: <!-- Line 28: The <customErrors> section enables configuration
im tying to use settings in visual basic; i have my sentence in the settings; i want to program a click event in order to appear that sentence in a textbox, after the click i i have this error [Code] "failed system boot configuration".
New to VB... I am trying to access .SYS (system files) located in the following folder path (example) My Database NameVIEWSSYSTEM VIEWS in the Object Explorer of my SQL Database. In walking through the Data Source Configuration Wizard for data connectivity I select DATABASEVIEWS and the SYSTEM VIEWS sub-folder is not available for selection. In general: What is the best method to access System Files using VB Data Source?
I am working with a old windows app (vb.net), this was working fine before with the old out look (owa) now we moved to 2010 outlookweb acess, after movingis application is unable to sync the exchange applications to web.
I have a web service created with vb.net in vs 2010. Here is a look at my property
Public Class MyClass Inherits ConfigurationSection Protected _score As Integer
When I try to add this as a service to a web app, also done in vs2010 with vb.net, I get the error in the title. Please help with this. I am not sure what is needed in order to implement a default accessor.
Due to some bug I had deleted the whole bin folder *with* config files, yesterday but after doing so it was working fine but today the program always throws this exception:onfiguration system failed to initialize. Even when I have recreated the configuration files. The exception is thrown as soon as application starts.
How do I select DEBUG or RELEASE configuration in Visual Basic 2008?The drop down list Project > Properties > Compile > Configuration that was in Visual Basic 2005 is gone from Visual Basic 2008.software developer
I'm a newbie to this, so hope I can explain myself well enough. I'm trying to develop an app that will need to query IIS configuration settings. This includes Default Website settings, Virtual Directory settings etc.
how to configure the adodc in vb2008? I'm using MySQL Connector Net 6.4.3 for my DB and i don't know how to configure it using adodc control...like what is the connection string and the provider....All I want is to link my DB to a particular textbox to display information.