Oops! I read your original post too quickly. csproj is a C# project
and as you've already discovered, a vcproj is a C++ project.
Glad you got it going1
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On Mon, 23 Jan 2006 14:00:09 -0500, "Bob" <[email protected]> wrote:
>I found it, it was because something in the project was written in C++.When
>I added C++ to my visual studio 2003 instance problem resolved itself.
>I hope that doesn't mean I<m going to have to take up C++ programming , I
>have better things to do with my time. ;-)
>"Joe Webb" <[email protected]> wrote in message
>> The realtor example is a C# project. Do you have VS 2003 C# installed?
>> Seems like I remember that all but one of the v2.0 samples are C#, the
>> last one being in VB.NET.
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>> On Sun, 22 Jan 2006 12:04:31 -0500, "Bob" <[email protected]> wrote:
>>>I installed notification services for sql 2000 on a win xp pro SP1 box
>>>sql2000 developper edition.
>>>The installation went fine. Then I ran setupSamples SetupSamples
>>>MyComputerName\MyDomain\MyUser" "MyPassword" MyComputerName
>>>(Myuser on Mydomain is the way I normally logon to this machine). I then
>>>open the samples folder and double click on the realtor.sln file. I have
>>>vs2005 and vs2003 installed on this machine and it tries to open it with
>>>vs2005. I cancel that, go bcak to select vs2003 ide find the solution file
>>>and open it. I get a message saying The application for project "the path
>>>to Appdefintion.vcproj is not installed. Make sure the application for the
>>>project type (.vcproj) is installed.
>>>What gives? Any help would be greatly appreciated.