Post build event failure ; Microsoft.Matrix.Framework problem ;

Post build event failure ; Microsoft.Matrix.Framework problem ;

Postby indra » Fri 27 May 2005 18:20

Products in use: MySQLDirect.Net Data Provider version 2.80.5
MySQL Developertools version
DBMonitor version 2.10
Used on Windows XP Professional with Visual Studio.Net Enterprise and IIS installed. Lnguage used: C#.Net

I am using the above product purchased from you in a VisualStudio.Net project for data-access with a MySQL Server (ver 4.1.11-nt-max). I have some critical problems hence the post::

I have the following references added to my project :

From the very first day I installed this product I started getting a warning after the build saying :
"the Dependency Microsoft.Matrix.Framework could not be found."
To the best of my knowledge the code base does not have any such dependency, and I could not find any such library from the list of .Net references.

2) This is a real CRITICAL issue.
for the last couple of days, with absolutely no addition to existing code which was building and running fine, I started getting this error:
"Build complete -- 0 errors, 0 warnings
Building satellite assemblies...
Performing Post-Build Event..
The system cannot find the path specified.
0 file(s) copied.
Project error: A tool returned an error code from the build event.
Post-Build Event failed"
I have not been able to get the code running since. This may be also related to the earlier issue of the Matrix.Framework not being found.

The code, without the CoreLab specific references, builds and runs fine wothout any of these two problems.
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Postby Serious » Tue 31 May 2005 07:28

You shouldn't add references to all specified assemblies only to CoreLab.MySql

Another assemblies answer for the next:
CoreLab.Mysql.AdddIn - add-in for Visual Studio
CoreLab.Mysql.Design - design-time support
CoreLab.Mysql.Matrix - Microsoft Web Matrix support

Post build event failure

Postby indra » Tue 31 May 2005 14:15

Tried that!
Doesnt work..
Same problem!
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Postby Serious » Tue 31 May 2005 14:34

Check if demo projects are working correctly (you can find them in /core lab/MySQLDirect .NET/samples folder).

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