Thanks, ChrisChris Tuesday, October 23, 2012 2:54 PM Reply | Quote Microsoft is conducting an online survey to understand your opinion of the Msdn Web site. Best Regards, Bob Wu [MSFT] MSDN Community Support | Feedback to us Thursday, October 18, 2012 7:12 AM Reply | Quote Moderator 0 Sign in to vote Hi Bob, Thanks for On the deployment project, bring up the Properties grid (not the right click -> properties window) and add the folder that contains the dependency Merge Modules to the SearchPath property. To correct this error Replace the missing merge module. have a peek here
I am not even using C - I am using C#. Thanks. 0 Kudos Message 5 of 7 (2,825 Views) Reply 0 Kudos Solution Accepted by topic author Tom98765 08-27-2015 06:09 PM Re: unable to find module dependency with signature BVeezy Member The MSI contains the VC++ dependencies. Any idea why this is not correcting the problem?
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I do also get a warning on build of the setup project: Unable fo find module dependency with signature 'Microsoft_VC90_CRT_x86.0138F525_6C8A_333F_A105_14AE030B9A54 In my C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Merge Modules directory, I do As such, the old dependencies no longer exist, so the Setup Project creates a warning and eventually fails when we try to run it on a target computer. Explain it to me like I'm a physics grad: Global Warming Why don't some modern cars automatically turn off headlights when stopped? If the merge module is an output of your own project, you may need to rebuild the project.
Thus I suppose I should simply ignore those warning messages? > Or should I forget about adding the msms and just go with the ocx's? > > "Phil Wilson"
The "signature" is gibberish to me. The time now is 11:05 AM. Interestingly, however, even after placing the correct version of the module in the "C:\Program Files\Common Files\Merge Modules" folder, the setup project is *still* not able to locate it during a rebuild. I am not actually using Measurement Studio, but it seems that the classes are somehow associated with it.
It's possible that you have done an update of some kind that has updated the merge modules in common files, replacing them, but you have a reference to old ones from http://webinweb.net/warning-unable/warning-unable-to-find-component-with-id-in-view.html Privacy statement Downloads and tools Windows 10 dev tools Visual Studio Windows SDK Windows Store badges Essentials API reference (Windows apps) API reference (desktop apps) Code samples How-to guides (Windows apps) Thanks, Bob 0 Kudos Message 1 of 3 (1,831 Views) Reply 0 Kudos Re: Unable to find module PedroMunoz Member 05-14-2015 08:17 AM Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe We (NI) have to give a specific signature and version of what our modules depend on (e.g., we can't say something like "we depend on this wildcard signature with this wildcard
I've been searching the net for a > few days > trying to reconcile this to no avail. > > I recognize that I will have to do something further ICW When Visual Studio goes to create a setup project, it looks at our MSMsModuleDependency¿and it tries to locate those MSMs. If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Msdn Web site.Would you like to participate? Check This Out That's why you won't find any updated merge modules containing those files. -- Phil Wilson Definitive Guide to Windows Installer http://www.apress.com/book/view/1590592972 "Roy Soltoff"
It would be great to be able to find a prerequisite package that I could drop in to the prerequisites packages folder that would handle those bootstrap files similar to what Not what you were looking for? It works relative to the deployment project and so worked nicely with my SVN requirements.
Some components may not be visible. why do they give the same output? Thanks, ChrisChris Thursday, October 18, 2012 4:14 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hi Chris, Right click the merge module and check if the SourcePath is correct. It may have been moved or deleted.
What are those "sticks" on Jyn Erso's back? I've been searching the net for a few days trying to reconcile this to no avail. If the referenced merge module was installed by an application, you may need to reinstall the application. http://webinweb.net/warning-unable/warning-unable-to-find-the-namespace-uri.html Notes:The following is the warning messages that I'm getting during the setup project build.- Build started: Project: VMAComponentsLibrary, Configuration: Debug Any CPU -- Starting pre-build validation for project 'VMASetup' - WARNING:
The VB6 project group used the VB6 PDW >> for >> deployment. The problem is that the Visual Studio installer is looking for modules with a different signature. C:\Program Files\Common Files\Merge Modules) looking for the dependency merge modules. Is correcting the issue as easy as obtaining the correct merge modules and placing them in the folder listed above?
Thanks. 0 Kudos Message 3 of 7 (2,932 Views) Reply 0 Kudos Re: unable to find module dependency with signature BVeezy Member 06-16-2014 02:13 PM Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe while I'm having the latest service packs installed on my development machine (SP0, SP1, SP-Fix 1, 2, 3 and 4 including ClickOnce and Merge Modules). How could this problem have occurred? There's also a forum linked below that addresses this issue in case you'd like more information or need another version of merge modules:http://forums.ni.com/t5/Measurement-Studio-for-NET/Problems-building-InstallShield-installer-after-u...
It may have been moved or deleted. Nevertheless, this problem did not prevent the project from being installed on the server but I need to know why it couldn't be found? The warning messages that I'm getting during the web setup project build. ________________________________________ Build started: Project: VMAComponentsLibrary, Configuration: Debug Any CPU ________________________________________ ________________________________________ Starting pre-build validation for project 'VMASetup' ________________________________________ WARNING: But the paper says you should distribute with your application the ocx's like comct332.ocx, comdlg32.ocx, richtx32.ocx, etc.
Contact Us - PackageDeploy.com Forums - Top vBulletin, Copyright ©2000 - 2016, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd. Go to Solution. 0 Kudos Message 1 of 7 (2,989 Views) Reply 0 Kudos Re: unable to find module dependency with signature User002 06-06-2014 01:25 PM Options Mark as New Bookmark Tom Solved! I'm struggling to deploy our ASP.Net application which uses crystal report 2008.My dev environment Information:Windows XP SP3VS 2008 SP1.Net framework 3.5Crystal Report 2008 Ver 12 (SP0, SP1, SP1-Fix 1,2)I created a
What to do when using your private key from another computer? How do I get the installer to include both versions for deployement. For more details, seehttp://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/c4dtdsce(v=vs.90).aspx. CR 2008 dependence files cannot be found during the web setup project build.
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