A perfect opportunity to leverage the TFS and MSBuild support introduced in BizTalk 2009. Use /force to force an overwrite of the existing assembly" The migration of this project was divided into two parts: First part is to migrate the project as is to the I suppose since it's MSBuildAllProjects it goes in the .exe correct? –Seph Nov 7 '11 at 6:07 add a comment| up vote 48 down vote As Martin has explained in his If I did that early on, I would have seen countless references to .NET 3.5. have a peek at these guys
I did not need to regenerate because the schema never changed. share|improve this answer answered Nov 5 '08 at 6:20 Martin Hollingsworth 4,83943648 add a comment| up vote 8 down vote creating a new sgen task definition breaks a fly on the SOLUTION 1 This problem can be solved by: Going to the path “%windir%\Microsoft.NET\assembly\” (.NET 4.0) or “C:\WINDOWS\assembly” (if you use previous version of .NET) and uninstall the corresponding Project name DLL share|improve this answer edited Feb 14 '10 at 10:15 answered Feb 14 '10 at 10:05 joniba 1,33821420 add a comment| up vote 2 down vote I'm a little late to the
This comment has been removed by the author. I was somewhat puzzled why the build failed when I haven’t made any changes to the source code. I was a little confused – I was sure that assembly was deployed to the GAC as the application was up and running in BizTalk. Use /force to force an overwrite I received this error when trying to deploy something to Sharepoint.
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/7wd15byf.aspx. The system cannot find the file specified. Scroll to the bottom of the file until you find this commented out code, just before the close of the Project tag: