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Default Error in Commad Line Compilation of vs 2005


I have a solution which has projects dependent on SSPI (Security Support Provider Interface ).

When I try to build the solution from vs.net command prompt using following command I get "Invalid Solution Configuration" error:

"E:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 8\Common7\IDE\devenv.exe" <solution path> /rebuild debug /out builddetails.log

I tried out by changing the "Platform target property" from "Any CPU" to "X86" but it is still giving the same problem. Also the "platform target property" for "SSPI" project always remains "Win32".

Same solution is compiling properly with vs.net 2003. As well as when I compile the solution from IDE it is working fine.
It gives problem only when solution is complied from vs.net 2005 command prompt.
Any suggestion on how to proceed.






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