Jan 10, 2012
I have a windows form application made in Visual Studio 2010 SP1 Rel. I'm using SQL Server 2008 R2 for my database. I've been working on this project for a while now and I am almost completed with it. I recently had to add a field to one of my tables in my database, which hasn't given me much troubles in the past as I've had to do this before. To make sure I did it properly, I'll tell you how I added the field. I went to my database on my server and went to my table, tblOrderParts. I right clicked, and went to design. I added a field, Order_Delete, which I made a bit field so I could use a checkbox. When I went to my dataset designer, I used the wizard to add the field to the table in my program.
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After I added it, I remembered that one of my forms was using a view I had created with that table that would need the checkbox as well, so I went back into SQL Sever to add that. Added in SQL with no problem, but when I went back to Visual Studio's dataset designer to add the field to my view, it won't allow me. I open the wizard, go to my view i created, vwAllOrders, and checked the box next to it. When I press Finish, though, I get, "An exception has occurred while attempting to set the data source generator property." I had to cancel out of the dataset wizard cause it wouldn't let me continue... even if nothing was changed.
Now it is also showing me an error in the Error section saying,
"Custom tool error: Failed to generate code. Exception of type 'System.OutOfMemory' was thrown."
Now that I've said the error, here's what I'm thinking is going on... Something must be wrong with the custom tool on my dataset. The tool name is MSDataSetGenerator. I went on more forums, and a couple mentioned trying to restart the custom tool by right clicking the dataset and going to "Run custom tool.' When I run it, it gives me another error. Not much different, but still different in wording.
The error it pops up say
"The custom tool 'MSDataGenerator' failed. Exception of type 'System.OutOfMemory' was thrown."