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BOOK: Professional Microsoft Robotics Studio ISBN: 978-0-470-14107-6
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Default Can't Debug Jul-2008 code under VS2008


I can't run any code of the book code last released "30-Jul-2008". I am using Visual Studio 2008 and MRDS July 2008 CTP.
The Visual Studio 2008 already convert the Visual Studio 2005 solutions into VS 2008 solutions.

I got many errors when I am trying to debug any solution, This is some errors when I tried to compile Chapter 4 examples:-

The type or namespace name 'Robotics' does not exist in the namespace 'Microsoft' (are you missing an assembly reference?) C:\Users\Amit\Microsoft Robotics Dev Studio 2008\promrds\chapter4\DriveByWire\DriveControl.cs 25 25 DriveByWire

The type or namespace name 'Dss' does not exist in the namespace 'Microsoft' (are you missing an assembly reference?) C:\Users\Amit\Microsoft Robotics Dev Studio 2008\promrds\chapter4\DriveByWire\DriveByWireTypes .cs 11 17 cf.DriveByWire

The type or namespace name 'ITask' could not be found (are you missing a using directive or an assembly reference?) C:\Users\Amit\Microsoft Robotics Dev Studio 2008\promrds\chapter4\DriveByWire\DriveByWire.cs 1007 21 cf.DriveByWire

I tried to write the following in the Chapter 4 project:-
using Microsoft.
and I don't see Robotics from the options.

I looked at the "Teleoperation" refrences and I found two explanation mark beside "GameController.Y2006.M09.proxy" and "RoboticsCommon.Proxy".
I tried to add them as refrences but I couldn't found them at the list.
When I open new project or open any MRDS sample code I can found both of them and I can add them as refrences.

All the samples with the MRDS 2008 is working perfectly and I run them all. Also I wrote my own code and It's working perfectly.

Any advice?

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These all indicate that the references are out of date. Please run DssProjectMigration on the projects. To do this, open a DSS Command Prompt and then type:
dssprojectmigration /b- promrds

This assumes that you have the ProMRDS software installed in the promrds folder under your installation point. The "/b-" means "don't create backup files".



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