I've started a project in Expression Blend and has been working the codes in Visual Studio 2008. It was alright, no problem. I've worked heaps of projects like that before without any problems. However, out of nowhere, my WPF designer in VS2008 now gives me the following error:
Object reference not set to an instance of an object. at MS.Internal.Package.VSIsolationProviderService.CreateIsolationProvider(String identity, AssemblyReferenceProvider assemblyReferences, IEnumerable'1 assemblyFolders) at MS.Internal.Providers.VSDesignerContext.GetIsolationProvider(IServiceProvider provider, [Code] .....
It displays the above instead of displaying the WPF designer. Also, I cannot Debug>Start Debugging the application anymore. I can still run/test/build it in Expression studio though. The funny thing is that if I restart a project in Expression blend, copy all the xaml codes, and copy all the vb .net codes from the original application, it works for some time, and then afterwards start giving me the same error at wpf designer in VS2008.
When i try to save my program an error pops up telling me that it cannot debug because some sort of file is missing... While my other projects just work, and while i repeat the same steps (placing an entity like a button, coding it), it just shows that error. Its really strange!
I develop windows applications in VB.NET using Visual Studio 2008. Recently I reloaded my pc and moved from XP to Windows 7 64 bit. Now when I am debugging, when I should get a runtime error, the executable instead locks up when it should bring up the code with the line that it crashed on like you'd expect in debug.
This doesn't happen all the time, only when I get a runtime error in a separate assembly that is not in the assembly I'm debugging. It used to work fine, but now it locks up. If I run the executable outside of Visual Studio (without debug) I at least get a runtime error like you'd hope for. I don't even get that when debugging.
I'm getting the 403 Forbidden error while running a VS 2010 in debug mode. It gives me this error as it tries to read thru an XML File. See attachment. This is a web app and it's reading an XML file that retrieves the DB/Server information. It's not the Web.Config file but just a regular xml file. This file is read by every application in our system. Not sure why it suddenly started doing this. I've created the virtual directory on our IIS Server and set permissions on the C:inetpubwwwrootAppName directory of my C: drive where the app resides.
i am working on a microwave app its very important anyways ill give up what code ive got so far and such but when i try to run it i get this error message: Visual Studio cannot start debugging because the debug target Microwave.exe is missing Please build the project and retry or set the OutputPath and AssemblyName properties appropriately to point at correct location for the target assembly. [Code]
I'm using visual studio express 2008, I wrote my code for a project and then when I tried to debug it I got a few errors but one main one that says this. Visual Studio cannot start debugging because the debug target "".exe is missing Please build the project and retry, or set the output path and assembly names appropriately to point at the correct location of the target assembly. Since this is my first time debugging a program with this particular instance of the program, I am in shock. Does anyone know how to fix this issue?
Visual Basic 2008 rookie question. I am getting the error message 'Error 1 The item "objDebugCIT163Lab1Cdrb.WeatherReport.resources" was specified more than once in the "Resources" parameter. Duplicate items are not supported by the "Resources" parameter.CIT163Lab1Cdrb'when I debug. I am familiar with Visual Studio 2008 having used it for my previous C# course. Zipped and attached the project below. I hadn't finished the coding, but this problem seems to be of a setup nature I should either resolve before I continue or start from scratch
I have written the below code for a payroll calculator. When I run the program, it gives me my own error message box no matter if my number of hours fall within the 5-60 hours range as I have stipulated. Is there something wrong with my code? (well, obviously there is something wrong--I just cant find it!)
'This program calculates the Gross and Net Pay as well as the Tax Deduction amount of an employee's wages when given the input of Employee Name, Tax Rate, Hours Worked, and Hourly Pay Rate.
It read some data from a database and put the result into a word document. In this document is a blanc table with a bookmark to indicate the start position.In debugmode this works fine and after distributing thsi is still working fine.A user called me to say that the word document was a complete mess. I ran the application in production mode and yes it is a complete mess. Because the bookmark is not found, the data will be enterd into the wrong column.When i return to debug mode, the apllication is still correct and the result on the word document is good. Behalf of this, there are users who don't have this problem at all.
I have o problem on my codes sqldr = sqlcmd.ExecuteReader when i debug the program error says ExecuteReader requires an open and available Connection. The connection's current state is closed. i dont know what its means that error..
I cant figure why the VB JIT Debugger control transfers the error to the program when I run in Debug mode and goes on in an infinited loop... I am using VB.NET 2008 and MS Access as the database backend.What I am trying to do here is that whenever I catch an exception (I have some C# code dll added to this main program and it should catch the unhandled exception and the addhandler routine will follow suit. So the moment any unhandled exception is caught MyHandler method is invoked and I need to take the backup of the database (Delete if the original file exists, copy the *.bak file as the original file name(was created during new file development) ,name it as *.mdb ) show a customized messagebox warning the user to abort (custom crash dialog instead of the standard default one)Somehow Myhandler goes in an infinite loop stop at line Globals.startBackup inside Private Sub MyHandler..Any idea on this weird AppDomain.Unhandled exception and how to prevent this from happening? [code]
This syntax error keeps coming up whenever i click the "commit button" to add a new record to my ms access database. The error is, "Syntax error in INSERT INTO statement."I got help to write a code to accept alphanumeric (e.g SC0001, SC0002...) in my order id textbox and it works fine whenever i click the "add button", but when i click the "commit button" to save the new record into the database, it brings up that error and i have tried to figure it out but still doesn't work.The codes i have written for both the "add and commit" buttons are here below:
Private Sub btnAdd_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles btnAdd.Click txtStudID.Clear()
This syntax error keeps coming up whenever i click the "commit button" to add a new record to my ms access database. The error is, "Syntax error in INSERT INTO statement."I got help to write a code to accept alphanumeric (e.g SC0001, SC0002...) in my order id textbox and it works fine whenever i click the "add button", but when i clickthe "commit button" to save the new record into the database, it brings up that error and i have tried to figure it out but still doesn't work.
The codes i have written for both the "add and commit" buttons are here below: Private Sub btnAdd_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles btnAdd.Click
I'm using the SDK that my laptop's touchpad manufacturer, Synaptics, provides in order to extend the touchpad's functionality. In the SDK, there's a file named SynCtrl.dll, which contains a few ActiveX controls.Based on what I learned from the samples provided in the SDK (which are VB 5 old and don't compile), I wrote this little application:
what can i do about this all of my line of coding are correct when i run the program this is the error i got The item "obj\Debug\WindowsApplication1.CkoudResouces.resources" was specified more than once in the "Resources" parameter. Duplicate items are not supported by the "Resources" parameter.
It run smoothly for the first time,but when I execute it for the second time,it occured the following errors:Unable to copy file "obj\Debug\FYP.exe" to "bin\Debug\FYP.exe". The process cannot access the file 'bin\Debug\FYP.exe' because it is being used by another process.
Is it possible to assign a value to a class variable from inside a #IF DEBUG conditional? Basically what I want to do is conditionally execute some code from inside my main form load if I am running in DEBUG mode.[code]However, it seems like you cannot assign a value to a variable. I'm obviously not understanding the scoping correctly.I cant seem to put the #if DEBUG inside the Load.
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 have a program written in VB.Net (Visual Studio 2008) that uses a DLL written in Visual C++ by another developer. I'd like to be able to step in to the C++ code as my code makes calls to methods in the DLL. Since the DLL is it's own solution, I don't think it can be included in my solution/project. I tried putting the DLLs pdb file in the debug/bin directory with the rest of my build and pdb files. However, when I get to the point in stepping through my code, and it gets to the dll call, it just steps right over the dll code. Do I have to manually load symbols?
I am trying to use #If DEBUG Then to show a designer view of a report in Debug mode, and to show a print preview otherwise. The 'Define DEBUG Constant' is ticked in the Project Settings/Compile/Advanced Compile Options.But when I run the exe I cannot see the difference that I want. Has anyone used this, and do you know if I am missing some setting, or whether I have to turn off the 'Define DEBUG Constant' setting to get this to work?