Last post May 09, 2008 08:34 AM by javikiller
Apr 22, 2006 03:53 AM|ianinspain|LINK
Apr 22, 2006 07:09 AM|ianinspain|LINK
Apr 22, 2006 07:44 AM|ianinspain|LINK
Apr 22, 2006 08:54 AM|ianinspain|LINK
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Apr 22, 2006 05:20 PM|ianinspain|LINK
Apr 22, 2006 05:54 PM|ianinspain|LINK
May 09, 2006 12:43 PM|m4h4r4|LINK
More info, : I am using a solution with one class library (dll that causes problem), Web application project (the new one) and web deployment project.
Anybody else receive anything like this?
I also converted my VS 2005 web site project to a VS 2005 (no version change) web application project as per the tutorial online at Scott's blog.. everything went according to plan and i can run locally without building...
though I've installed Web Deployment Project BETA (WDP), I've still not used it.
Issue I want to share with you is about Web Application Project (WAP) and SourceSafe 2005 (SS).
Today, I've just installed WAP 1.0; the RTM one. It was just released yesterday (8 May 2006). When I used WAP for the first time, everything just worked so fine until I was trying to use SS as my source control. In my case, I have a solution with one project.
Formerly, it was a Web Site Project (WSP) and then I converted it to WAP. I can successfully build it.
I dragged and dropped the solution file and the project folder from the Windows Explorer (WE) directly to SS. Suddenly, it can NOT be built with the error message saying that unable to copy the assembly, as you have encountered.
I tried googling and then found this thread, but unfortunately with no solution nor workarounds. I thought there's a bug with WAP but still found nothing about it.
Left in confusing situation, I decided to remove it from SS; removing any SS related files including bin and obj folders. Next step, I tried to add it back to SS using Visual Studio 2005 (VS) menu. Note that this time, I didn't drag and drop it from WE.
I tried to build it and, eventually, I could build it without any problem at all.
Then, I come into the occlusion that I think it's better (and recommended) to add source files to source controls using menu provided by VS; not using drag and drop directly from WE.
So, did you have the similar experience as I did?
May 10, 2006 07:29 PM|ianinspain|LINK
Jul 19, 2007 10:32 AM|Pravin Saindane|LINK
Even i got the same problem.
What I Did: Delete Debug/Relese folder form project which is refered, and build the project again.
Or U may need to delete .pdb files in Main project reference OR bin dir. And build again... That's it...[Yes]
May 09, 2008 08:34 AM|javikiller|LINK
thanx a lot I spent 1 hour in this **** problem... with your reply i fixed it, but i dont understand why this problem happened. Any idea?