You can also try starting Visual Studio by right-clicking the shotrtcut and clicking Run as Administrator. That worked for me.
OMFG! you guys are great, but also make sure to set the Build Action = Compile on the AssemblyInfo.cs.... it took me forever to notice that on one of my projects i missed that step. I was ready to tear my hear out. Well, you live, you learn. Thanks for all the info!
Using BTS 2010 and VS 2010. Logged on with my domain user (local administrator).
- I tried to add my domain user (who are logged on) in every BizTalk group - no success,
- I changed the Assembly file - no success,
- I run VS as an administrator - Success
* It could be a combination though - Thanx!
Starting VS2010 in admin mode did the trick for me. Thanks Alex.
Right click Visual Studio and select "Run as administrator".
Here is something that worked for me.
Assure that you are running Visual Studio as "Administrator".
You do this when you open Visual Studio. At icon-click time, right-click and select "Run as Administrator".
If using VS 2010, start VS 2010 as administrator. I resovled mine in the same way :)
Exactly. This was the solution for me. Right click Visual Studio 2008, run as Administrator... problem solved.
worked for me, thank you!
First nothing worked......... at last....Run as a Admin worked for me!
Check the assemblyinfo.cs file, solution is missing some name spacess and missing some BTXServices.
Adding those last 3 lines to the AssemblyInfo.cs file worked for me with a C# Functoid project upgraded to BizTalk 2010.
Note: Adding the 3 lines resulted in a missing reference error that was easily resolved by adding the reference as indicated in the error message.
Saved my life. Thank you very much.
Roger Jerrell - Boeing