"unexpected error" "in the MySQLDirect .NET Data Provider" with 3.50.10 Beta

"unexpected error" "in the MySQLDirect .NET Data Provider" with 3.50.10 Beta

Postby kevink » Wed 12 Apr 2006 22:33

When I try to Add Connection from the Server Explorer I get the following error in a pop up box:
"An unexpected error occurred in the MySQLDirect .NET Data Provider. Please contact the provider vendor to resolve this problem."

There is also this message in the output window:
"Package 'MySQLDirect .NET Package' is not authorized to run under this version. ( GUID = {56ECB50E-9170-472E-8EED-67E016185FAB} )
Please contact package vendor for assistance."

I have installed version 3.50.10 Beta of the MySQLDirect .NET Data Provider and 1.70 Beta of the MySQL Developer Tools.

I am using the Standard Edition of MS Visual Studio 2005.
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Postby Alexey » Thu 13 Apr 2006 06:40

You need Professional Edition of MS Visual Studio 2005 for this feature to work properly.
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Postby mysqlfred » Tue 18 Apr 2006 21:55

So, when will you (Core Lab) solve this problem for the Standard version?
I've purchased VS 2005 standard and Mysql.net Professional. I expect that it will work in the standard version as well.
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Postby Alexey » Wed 19 Apr 2006 07:06

We are going to solve this problem for the Standard version this month.
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"unexpected error" "in the MySQLDirect .NET Data Provider" with 3.50.10 Beta

Postby PIrvin » Thu 20 Apr 2006 16:51

I am running Professional version of VS and receive the same error?
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Postby Serious » Fri 21 Apr 2006 14:12

This problem is absent in Visual Studio 2005 Professional Edition.
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Postby Noinx » Fri 26 May 2006 14:43

Alexey wrote:We are going to solve this problem for the Standard version this month.


Well this didn't happen! "This month" is now next month. What calendar are we using here?

I bought the standard version of VS.Net 2005 just to use MySqlDirect and now I get this error too. At lease I didn't buy MySqlDirect (yet).

Is this getting fixed or what?
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Postby Alexey » Mon 29 May 2006 06:47

We were unable to overcome this issue for Standard Edition of Visual Studio for now. Please wait.
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Add Connection Error in VS.NET Standard Edition 2005

Postby weinem01 » Tue 20 Jun 2006 18:34

Add one more person to the list of those waiting for this to be resolved.
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Postby Guest » Wed 21 Jun 2006 16:06

Same problem with my installation.

Thanks, Michael
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Postby roytharpe » Sat 24 Jun 2006 18:52

How much longer to we have to wait?
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The data provider object factory service was not found..

Postby AnthonyJAttard » Thu 27 Jul 2006 09:44

I have the newest version of the provider and get the same error. The event log shows the above "The data provider object factory service was not found.."
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"An unexpected error occurred in the MySQLDirect .NET Data Provider. Please contact the provider vendor to resolve

Postby athoeni » Fri 11 Aug 2006 18:31

hello, could you fix these problem for the Standard Edition of MS Visual Studio 2005?
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Use the Professional Edition

Postby AnthonyJAttard » Fri 11 Aug 2006 23:09

I upgraded to the Professional Edition of Visual Studio and this resolved the problem.

You will need to be patient if you are using the Standard Edition but I am sure they are working on a solution to the problem.

I enrolled in a college course to qualify for an academic discount!
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Same problem here

Postby dimk » Wed 20 Sep 2006 04:45

I also have VS 2005 standard edition and, as it might be expected, I have the same problem. If fixing this is not a high priority I think it is very disappointing. I certainly cannot afford to buy VS 2005 pro and there was no warning that the data provider works best with it. I have bought the MySQL Direct pro version and payed the extra charge so I could have the developer tools as well. Only I can't use them because I can't even add a connection to Visual Studio. What's more I can't add ANY connection to the IDE any more becaue this error appears every time I try to do so, before I even get the chance to choose the type of database I am connecting to.
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