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Some are converted VB from VS 2003, some created in VS 2005, and one CS. To be sure, I changed assembly and setup version again and still no bug. For example, one solution contains 18 projects. Once I checked-out the MSI project it started working. (I'm guessing you don't need the hotfix if you have SP1). –PeterX Mar 21 '14 at 7:00 Hotfix link is http://webinweb.net/unable-to/visual-studio-setup-unable-to-update-dependencies.html

ERROR: Unable to update the dependencies of the project. Lee Gillie Posted: Visual C# IDE, Unable to update the dependencies of the project Top This continues to be a huge problem. Notice that there is NO dll that mentioned in the error (e.g. I manually changed a version number on one of my projects.  How many with the problem changed a version number?   Friday, May 19, 2006 7:12 PM 0 Sign in to

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Note the matching GUID (i.e. _1C15DB39774F7E79C84F1CC87ECFD60A) in the HIERARCHY and FILE sections. "Hierarchy" { "Entry" { "MsmKey" = "8:_1C15DB39774F7E79C84F1CC87ECFD60A" "OwnerKey" = "8:_0C67A6B6004040DC93A0113E1100615D" "MsmSig" = "8:_UNDEFINED" } } "Deployable" { "File" { jpfette Posted: Visual C# IDE, Unable to update the dependencies of the project Top I am experiencing the same issue. Right clicked on Mvc Setup project, selected Add => Project Output. Remove the Installer project from your solution through the IDE interface Add the Installer project back into your solution (Add > Existing Project...) Rebuild It works practically every time for me...

Linux questions C# questions ASP.NET questions fabric questions C++ questions discussionsforums All Message Boards... Ask a question Quick access Forums home Browse forums users FAQ Search related threads Remove From My Forums Answered by: Unable to update the dependencies of the project Archived Forums V I noted which dependencies were reported by Visual Studio as errors Edit the .vdproj file in Notepad++ Search for the .dll that is giving issues. Archive Msdn Microsoft Kb2286556 Worked perfectly. –MartinHN Aug 28 '12 at 8:26 This is the only workaround that works for me.

There is a posting about setup project builds breaking due to AssemblyVersion changing [see: http://www.thescripts.com/forum/thread420289.html].Thanks,Ben Thursday, December 01, 2005 2:48 PM All replies 0 Sign in to vote I need a I found out that the setup.exe was highlighted in windows explorer (because I'm moving this file on another machine)... That said, all paths point to valid assemblies/locations accessable to VS.  I would really appreciate a workaround or bug-fix for this, as it is quite time consuming re-creating each setup project for our software product Having found this thread, I removed the setup project and was just about to start another one from scratch, when I tried reloading it (File, Add, Existing Project) - and Hey!

In my solution I have a VS2010 Setup and Deployment project (for win app). Hotfix Kb2286556 Monday, March 20, 2006 4:28 PM 1 Sign in to vote You said ..."I think we were WAY TO PREMATURE marking this thread as being ANSWERED!!!"ABSOLUTELY. !!!Can you repost as a The dependencies for the object 'ODPMailslotNET.dll' cannot be determined. Recreate the setup project. (not trivial in my case either).DeadlyTrev.

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Thursday, March 23, 2006 10:05 PM 0 Sign in to vote 1. The project loads fine, but when I build the setup project, which was otherwise working I get the following. Unable To Update The Dependencies Of The Project Vs2013 Yes, there is a database project in the solution.2. Kb2286556 VS2005 will recalculate dependencies and regenerate the file section in the setup project file.

Optional Password I have read and agree to the Terms of Service and Privacy Policy Please subscribe me to the CodeProject newsletters Submit your solution! Check This Out I have had this problem with setup projects for 2 years now. Some have found little tricks and tweaks, but none have worked for me. The last time I got that error I needed to roll back the last changes, and re-do it from the dedicated compiler computer. Refresh Dependencies The Operation Could Not Be Completed

ERROR: Unable to update the dependencies of the project.  The dependencies for the object 'PPSPageNET.dll' cannot be determined. ERROR: Unable to update the dependencies of the project.  The dependencies for the object 'PPSPageNET.dll' cannot be determined. The dependencies for the object 'PPSConfigNET.dll' cannot be determined. ========== Build: 9 succeeded or up-to-date, 1 failed, 0 skipped ========== 3) Converted projects are now using new features of Framework 2.0 Source It appears that attention is paid on submissions based upon a voting system.

ERROR: Unable to update the dependencies of the project.  The dependencies for the object 'ODPMessage.dll' cannot be determined. The Operation Could Not Be Completed. Exception Occurred I removed the whole sections "Hierarchy" and "File", which also worked. Our solutions do not contain any database projects, but do contain muiltple projects.

It worked for one build.... :-( Hi guys!

It should build now. btw: Are you using SourceSafe? That posting also mentions setup builds breaking after doing a checkout from SCC (although they used VSS) in their case.A few questions:1) Is there more to the error message that just An Error Occurred While Validating. Hresult Update the version of the .NET Framework launch condition to match the target version of the.NET Framework in the Advanced Compile Options Dialog Box (VB) or the Application Page (C#, F#).

Well done, thanks. To confirm I deleted the line that says "Hierarchy", the "{" which immediately follows it, and all the lines to the next "}" at the same level. Making multiple submissions of the same issue tend to dilute the voting and weighting of each other. have a peek here So what the heck is going on.

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. (LogOut/Change) You are Then, you begin to change things, because that's what you do as an engineer, you change build numbers, add modules, etc. Open .VDPROJ file (in a text editor) 2. See my answer to possibly win some time.

Is it fixed in VS2008? I am pretty sure I did not have this problem in the past, but, a few weeks ago I installed Team System - perhaps that brought on the issue?. ERROR: Unable to update the dependencies of the project. Months go by and Microsoft does nothing.

The dependencies for the object 'Interop.Signed.DAO.dll' cannot be determined. Note that this now gives me a warning "Two or more objects have the same target location ('[targetdir]\MyAssembly.dll'). I noticed that after removing this there were a number of duplicates of dependancy files. Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Compile Setup project with devenv.com - “ERROR: Unable to update the dependencies of the project” up vote 21 down vote favorite 3

Monday, May 22, 2006 12:38 AM 0 Sign in to vote We are still aiming to reproduce this at Microsoft.  Would anyone be willing to contact me directly with their solution?  What does the author want to convey by ending his letter with »Tschüssikowsky«? If the above solution did not work , you may need to DELETE the setup project and create it from the scratch. share|improve this answer answered Jun 26 '13 at 8:39 Apogee 14510 Thanks.