The path "c:\dev\sqlite\dotnet\System.Data.SQLite" is likely from the SQLite debug symbols (.pdb file).
It certainly isn't part of SharpDevelop; our build server works with paths "q:\ci\...".
Well...I posted the error to the SQLite bug reports mailing list and they said ...
All the info is at the end of ths message. Here are a few details.
The error is:
"Can't load file SQLiteConnection.cs under c:\dev\sqlite\dotnet\System.Data.SQLite.
Check the file permission and the existence of that file."
This is quite misleading. The Schema name is incorrect - no such schema exists. The error message is ...
I asked the Philipp (the GSoC student who originally wrote this code) and he doesn't remember, but thinks that the error indicates a problem connecting to the SQL server.
If it's not really an error code returned by the server, that might explain why it's missing from the error code ...
I get this error consistantly.
I added a new project with a WPF Navigation Window.
Viewing the window itself causes a display - a grey box with a large red
X inside a circle at the left hand side. The text is "Problem Loading. The
document contains errors which should be fixed so that the designer can
load. Switch to XAML Tab to fix ...
Win XP SP3.
The error occurs during a beginner tutorial. A new solution is created. A project is created as a WPF Application. The newly created window is displayed and is left unaltered. The project is then removed. A new project is added by the same name, and I opt to overwrite what exists. I did this several times.I then went and deleted the ...
I did in fact try it on the SQLServer forum. A reply says it is a system error code, but it is described in the documentation for that property as an "error type code". I thought the additional error message, displayed when the exception is raised, might prove useful.
Cross-posted from an unanswered query posted in Dec 2011 in "Knowledge Base & FAQ » Developers" section.
The code below is from the SQLServer Data provider Add-In for #D V220.127.116.1100.
My problem is with the meaning of the value 67 as an ERROR-TYPE code (This is the purpose of the Number property.) I have ...
It is implicitly used by WPF in the various database dialogs to update the UI when that property changes. The UserId property is used in the SqlServerControlPanel.xaml file for example.
Ahhh, I see. Having never done anything with WPF, I would not have known that.
OK, thanks, Matt.
The code below is from the SQLServer Data provider Add-In fof V18.104.22.16800.
My problem is with the meaning of the value 67 as an ERROR-TYPE code (This is the purpose of the Number property.) I have searched, hi and low and cannot find a meaning or true cause of this value. Does anyone know why this was used? (Yes, I know it shows an error occured ...
[quote user="LouArnold"]Microsoft VC# of several vintages manages to recompile a line of code when its changes.[/quote]
That's because Visual Studio uses a modified version of the C# compiler internally, or more likely, parts of the C# compiler that do the syntax and semantic checking without having ...