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oscardex May 20th, 2006 09:47 AM

Two errors opening the solution.
 
Two errors when I launch the sln file in vs2005:

1. the project location is not trusted... c:\projects\thebeerhouse\tbh_customevents

and when i click ok on that,

2. the application for project 'c:\projects\thebeerhouse\tbh_deploy\tbh_deploy.wd proj' is not installed. Make sure the application for the project type (.wdproj) is installed.

I disabled IIS, and launched the app from within VS2005...the integrated web server starts up and lands me at a a point in code that reads "this.GetPropertyValue("Culture")" telling me that an Invalid Operation Exception was unhandled.

Any ideas?

englere May 20th, 2006 08:10 PM

#1 is caused by WinXP SP2 because it wants to protect you from viruses. I think that only comes up one time.

#2 is caused because you don't have the Web Deployment Project support installed. This is covered in the deployment chapter. You can either get that from Microsoft, or just remove that project from the solution.

I don't know about the culture issue, but you can check the chapter on localization to see if there's anything that helps you.

rodmcleay June 16th, 2006 02:36 AM

Hi Englere,
I've not been able to find any Web Deployment Project app at microsoft, can you assist?
Rod

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rodmcleay June 16th, 2006 02:37 AM

Sorry, just found it seconds after posting.
http://msdn.microsoft.com/asp.net/re...structure/wdp/


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For being a little bad.
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