An error occurred while validating hresult 80040155
HRESULT = '80040155' This error appears when I try to make a setup project with visual studio 2005 standard version. Uninstall of Developer Causes Build Errors in Microsoft Visual Studio .Cannot find any info on what this HRESULT means (different from the one mentioned in post dated 11/6 and I have never had Install Shield developer installed). From looking around it seems this HRESULT refers to something not being registered.Any ideas as to how to find out what isn't registered?My aim is to create the set up project for the windows application.I have added the windows application project in the set up solution and trying to build the saetup project but getting the follwoing error An error occurred while validating. Regards, Swati While trying to build a package and deployment project that worked fine yesterday, I'm now getting this error: An error occurred while validating. Nathan Hi there, I got the same error message and it originated from one of the projects (call it A) that I had added to my setup (call it S).I tried your suggestion w/mergmod.dll, but am still getting the same message.
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Here's the output from the output window: ------ Build started: Project: My Report, Configuration: Release . --------------------I have an application that works, which is written in VB using Visual Studio2003.
Now, I'm trying to create a setup application for it.
Here's the output from the output window: ------ Build started: Project: My Report, Configuration: Release .. TIA, Richard Rosenheim I have an application that works, which is written in VB using Visual Studio 2003.
HRESULT = '80040155' The file listed is the setup's project vdproj file. as to what could be causing the error, or how to resolve the problem? id=329214 and doing the fix for "Missing Registrations" --- David Guyer - VBQA Deployment Testing This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.