MSNetDeveloper

This is a follow up to my previous post at

http://forums.microsoft.com/MSDN/ShowPost.aspx PostID=1177659&SiteID=1

I am having some wierd problems here.

I am using VB2005, with SP1, winforms.

Currently I have a solution file, that contains 5or 6 projects (maybe more) within the solution file. I add an existing project to my solution file, do a clean build (of the solution), then do a build (of the solution), and then do a "rebuild the solution". Should that process create the required assemblies of the projects within my solution

Or do I have to manually create the assemblies, every time I add an existing project to my solution

Whenever I get an error message that reads "Exception has been thrown by the target of an invocation" I find out that one of the assemblies (that was existing earlier) does not exist.

I want to know from real world experience, does the build process, sometimes, delete any assemblies

Anyone have similar experience

Thanks



Re: Visual Basic Language Follow up to my previous post "Exception has been thrown by the target of an invocation"

DMan1

The build order of your projects is very important....in build conficuration you can set this order up...you must build the dependencies first...




Re: Visual Basic Language Follow up to my previous post "Exception has been thrown by the target of an invocation"

MSNetDeveloper

That still doesnt answer my question.

Is the "build solution" button supposed to create assemblies of the projects within my solution, or do I have to create the assemblies myself

Has anyone experienced the build processes to delete one or more asemblies

Thanks