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Old December 30th, 2004, 10:37 AM
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Default Compiler failed with Error Code 2000

"Compiler failed with Error Code 2000"

Has anyone else received this message? I get this sometimes when I press F5 and it is usually after I add a new line or new lines of code.

This is making a reference to a .dll that I compiled. The odd thing is that doesn't happen everytime that I debug. If I take out the line of code that I just added, press F5 again, my application works. Then I add back in the previously offending line of code, press F5, and it works. However, until I either take out the code and put it back in (which only works some of the time) or reboot my machine and delete the temporary ASP.Net files, I get the same message.

There really doesn't seem to be any reason that I can see on why it would do this one time and skip another. I haven't yet received this error when debugging Windows applications, only Web apps which would seem to explain why deleting the temporary ASP.Net files temporarily fixes the problem.

I am using VS.Net 1.1 and have the .Net Framework version 1.1.4322 SP1 installed.

Any insight would be appreciated. Thanks.

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Old December 30th, 2004, 11:13 AM
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OK, I went to the MSDN site and got a little info on this.

Apparently this is a known bug with project references in web applications. According to MS, this only applies to VS2003 and has been fixed in VS2005 (a lot of good that does me).

Their solution is to re-build the solution and not just build after receiving this error. If anyone else has gotten this error, they know how annoying this is. I tried it and it did work after re-building, but geez, come on MS...

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