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What's this 2.0 compilation anomaly?

At design-time the application just decides to go boom claiming it can't
find a dll. This occurs sporadically. Doing a simple edit in the HTML for
example and then viewing the application has caused the application to go
boom. Sometimes the page will compile and run using F5 and others not.

So I do the web search tango looking around the blogs and the tuts and
determine I should go into Temporary ASP.NET Files and delete the directory
containing the application's temporary files. I have to reset the machine to
delete it. Restart VS2005 and go back to work, edit, review, edit, review,
edit, review and then BOOM. All I've been working on is the HTML.

I'll dump the results and hope somebody knows about this and can help
explain so I can get busy again...

error CS0006: Metadata file
'C:\WINDOWS\Mic rosoft.NET\Fram ework\v2.0.5072 7\Temporary ASP.NET
Files\2beta_met ro2\331c872a\fd 27ed37\App_Code .7swuhu9q.dll' could not be
found

Source Error:
[No relevant source lines]

C:\WINDOWS\syst em32> "C:\WINDOWS\Mic rosoft.NET\Fram ework\v2.0.5072 7\csc.exe"
/t:library /utf8output
/R:"C:\WINDOWS\M icrosoft.NET\Fr amework\v2.0.50 727\Temporary ASP.NET
Files\2beta_met ro2\331c872a\fd 27ed37\App_Code .7swuhu9q.dll"
/R:"C:\WINDOWS\a ssembly\GAC\Bas icFrame.WebCont rols.BasicDateP icker\1.1.1959. 0__8c5b7d113ff0 d5cd\BasicFrame .WebControls.Ba sicDatePicker.d ll"
/R:"C:\WINDOWS\a ssembly\GAC_32\ System.Web\2.0. 0.0__b03f5f7f11 d50a3a\System.W eb.dll"
/R:"C:\WINDOWS\a ssembly\GAC_MSI L\System.Drawin g\2.0.0.0__b03f 5f7f11d50a3a\Sy stem.Drawing.dl l"
/R:"C:\WINDOWS\a ssembly\GAC_32\ System.Data\2.0 .0.0__b77a5c561 934e089\System. Data.dll"
/R:"C:\WINDOWS\a ssembly\GAC_MSI L\Accessibility \2.0.0.0__b03f5 f7f11d50a3a\Acc essibility.dll"
/R:"C:\WINDOWS\a ssembly\GAC_MSI L\System.Config uration\2.0.0.0 __b03f5f7f11d50 a3a\System.Conf iguration.dll"
/R:"C:\WINDOWS\M icrosoft.NET\Fr amework\v2.0.50 727\Temporary ASP.NET
Files\2beta_met ro2\331c872a\fd 27ed37\App_Web_ threestackedpan els.master.6044 e34.8is_oyvt.dl l"
/R:"C:\WINDOWS\a ssembly\GAC_MSI L\System\2.0.0. 0__b77a5c561934 e089\System.dll "
/R:"C:\WINDOWS\a ssembly\GAC_MSI L\System.Web.Mo bile\2.0.0.0__b 03f5f7f11d50a3a \System.Web.Mob ile.dll"
/R:"C:\WINDOWS\M icrosoft.NET\Fr amework\v2.0.50 727\mscorlib.dl l"
/R:"C:\WINDOWS\a ssembly\GAC_MSI L\System.Xml\2. 0.0.0__b77a5c56 1934e089\System .Xml.dll"
/R:"C:\WINDOWS\a ssembly\GAC_32\ System.Enterpri seServices\2.0. 0.0__b03f5f7f11 d50a3a\System.E nterpriseServic es.dll"
/R:"C:\WINDOWS\a ssembly\GAC_MSI L\System.Web.Se rvices\2.0.0.0_ _b03f5f7f11d50a 3a\System.Web.S ervices.dll"
/out:"C:\WINDOWS \Microsoft.NET\ Framework\v2.0. 50727\Temporary ASP.NET
Files\2beta_met ro2\331c872a\fd 27ed37\App_Web_ channelbuilder. aspx.851e3233.g bobafmd.dll"
/D:DEBUG /debug+ /optimize-
/win32res:"C:\WI NDOWS\Microsoft .NET\Framework\ v2.0.50727\Temp orary ASP.NET
Files\2beta_met ro2\331c872a\fd 27ed37\tevfep2j .res" /w:4 /nowarn:1659;169 9
"C:\WINDOWS\Mic rosoft.NET\Fram ework\v2.0.5072 7\Temporary ASP.NET
Files\2beta_met ro2\331c872a\fd 27ed37\App_Web_ channelbuilder. aspx.851e3233.g bobafmd.0.cs"
"C:\WINDOWS\Mic rosoft.NET\Fram ework\v2.0.5072 7\Temporary ASP.NET
Files\2beta_met ro2\331c872a\fd 27ed37\App_Web_ channelbuilder. aspx.851e3233.g bobafmd.1.cs"
"C:\WINDOWS\Mic rosoft.NET\Fram ework\v2.0.5072 7\Temporary ASP.NET
Files\2beta_met ro2\331c872a\fd 27ed37\App_Web_ channelbuilder. aspx.851e3233.g bobafmd.2.cs"
NOTE:

Observe that my virtual application is located at 2beta_metro2 where
inetpub\wwwroot \2beta was where I began building the metro2 application
which is now going boom every time I try to load the page using 2.0 with
VS2005 and does the same when trying to load the application with a browser
and an HTTP request.

Now if you don't mind, I am going to vaporize myself with copious amounts of
Captain Morgan's poured into hot chocolate milk.

<%= Clinton Gallagher




Dec 30 '05 #1
16 2191
clintonG wrote:
At design-time the application just decides to go boom claiming it
can't find a dll. This occurs sporadically. Doing a simple edit in
the HTML for example and then viewing the application has caused the
application to go boom. Sometimes the page will compile and run
using F5 and others not.


In ASP.NET 2.0, the assembly that executes is made up of the code-behind AND
the .aspx file. When you browse the page, those two are compiled into the
dynamic assembly in the Temporary ASP.NET Files folder. When you edit the
..aspx page, the class must be recompiled. This is the concept of partial
classes.

I've not seen the issue you describe, but it seems that this might occur if
something is locking the Temporary ASP.NET Files folder or something. I did
hear of an issue a while back where McAfee was locking files in that
location and causing issues. Not sure if that's a possibility in your case
or not.

--
Jim Cheshire
=============== =============== ==
Blog: http://blogs.msdn.com/jamesche

Latest entry: Digging into Objects
Describes the details of digging into
memory usage with the debugger.

Dec 30 '05 #2
Like your blog by the way, good reading, it's not often one reads this kind
of low level stuff !

--
Best Regards

The Inimitable Mr Newbie º¿º
"Jim Cheshire" <no*****@none.c om> wrote in message
news:uE******** ******@TK2MSFTN GP09.phx.gbl...
clintonG wrote:
At design-time the application just decides to go boom claiming it
can't find a dll. This occurs sporadically. Doing a simple edit in
the HTML for example and then viewing the application has caused the
application to go boom. Sometimes the page will compile and run
using F5 and others not.


In ASP.NET 2.0, the assembly that executes is made up of the code-behind
AND the .aspx file. When you browse the page, those two are compiled into
the dynamic assembly in the Temporary ASP.NET Files folder. When you edit
the .aspx page, the class must be recompiled. This is the concept of
partial classes.

I've not seen the issue you describe, but it seems that this might occur
if something is locking the Temporary ASP.NET Files folder or something. I
did hear of an issue a while back where McAfee was locking files in that
location and causing issues. Not sure if that's a possibility in your case
or not.

--
Jim Cheshire
=============== =============== ==
Blog: http://blogs.msdn.com/jamesche

Latest entry: Digging into Objects
Describes the details of digging into
memory usage with the debugger.

Dec 30 '05 #3
Mr Newbie wrote:
Like your blog by the way, good reading, it's not often one reads
this kind of low level stuff !


Thanks. I've kept it basic and pretty 101 level so far. I plan on getting
into more in-depth concepts as I develop a good base.

--
Jim Cheshire
=============== =============== ==
Blog: http://blogs.msdn.com/jamesche

Latest entry: Digging into Objects
Describes the details of digging into
memory usage with the debugger.

Dec 30 '05 #4
As it was already stated, this is an issue with using partial classes where
the ASPX page and the code-behind is merged together at compile time. When
first starting out with VWD Express, I had this same problem. What I
discovered that I needed to do was simple.

1) Always build the web page after you make any changes. Not doing so may
result in either no apparent change in your web page or the error listed
below.

2) Even if you're doing a simple rebuild after each change, especially if
you have some code in your App_Code directory, you might keep getting the
error, rebuild the web site. This will generally clean up any issues that
may be lingering because your files and DLLs are out of sync.

Hope this helps!
--
Christopher A. Reed
"The oxen are slow, but the earth is patient."

"clintonG" <cs*********@RE MOVETHISTEXTmet romilwaukee.com > wrote in message
news:On******** ******@tk2msftn gp13.phx.gbl...
At design-time the application just decides to go boom claiming it can't
find a dll. This occurs sporadically. Doing a simple edit in the HTML for
example and then viewing the application has caused the application to go
boom. Sometimes the page will compile and run using F5 and others not.

So I do the web search tango looking around the blogs and the tuts and
determine I should go into Temporary ASP.NET Files and delete the
directory containing the application's temporary files. I have to reset
the machine to delete it. Restart VS2005 and go back to work, edit,
review, edit, review, edit, review and then BOOM. All I've been working on
is the HTML.

I'll dump the results and hope somebody knows about this and can help
explain so I can get busy again...

error CS0006: Metadata file
'C:\WINDOWS\Mic rosoft.NET\Fram ework\v2.0.5072 7\Temporary ASP.NET
Files\2beta_met ro2\331c872a\fd 27ed37\App_Code .7swuhu9q.dll' could not be
found

Source Error:
[No relevant source lines]

C:\WINDOWS\syst em32>
"C:\WINDOWS\Mic rosoft.NET\Fram ework\v2.0.5072 7\csc.exe" /t:library
/utf8output /R:"C:\WINDOWS\M icrosoft.NET\Fr amework\v2.0.50 727\Temporary
ASP.NET Files\2beta_met ro2\331c872a\fd 27ed37\App_Code .7swuhu9q.dll"
/R:"C:\WINDOWS\a ssembly\GAC\Bas icFrame.WebCont rols.BasicDateP icker\1.1.1959. 0__8c5b7d113ff0 d5cd\BasicFrame .WebControls.Ba sicDatePicker.d ll"
/R:"C:\WINDOWS\a ssembly\GAC_32\ System.Web\2.0. 0.0__b03f5f7f11 d50a3a\System.W eb.dll"
/R:"C:\WINDOWS\a ssembly\GAC_MSI L\System.Drawin g\2.0.0.0__b03f 5f7f11d50a3a\Sy stem.Drawing.dl l"
/R:"C:\WINDOWS\a ssembly\GAC_32\ System.Data\2.0 .0.0__b77a5c561 934e089\System. Data.dll"
/R:"C:\WINDOWS\a ssembly\GAC_MSI L\Accessibility \2.0.0.0__b03f5 f7f11d50a3a\Acc essibility.dll"
/R:"C:\WINDOWS\a ssembly\GAC_MSI L\System.Config uration\2.0.0.0 __b03f5f7f11d50 a3a\System.Conf iguration.dll"
/R:"C:\WINDOWS\M icrosoft.NET\Fr amework\v2.0.50 727\Temporary ASP.NET
Files\2beta_met ro2\331c872a\fd 27ed37\App_Web_ threestackedpan els.master.6044 e34.8is_oyvt.dl l"
/R:"C:\WINDOWS\a ssembly\GAC_MSI L\System\2.0.0. 0__b77a5c561934 e089\System.dll "
/R:"C:\WINDOWS\a ssembly\GAC_MSI L\System.Web.Mo bile\2.0.0.0__b 03f5f7f11d50a3a \System.Web.Mob ile.dll"
/R:"C:\WINDOWS\M icrosoft.NET\Fr amework\v2.0.50 727\mscorlib.dl l"
/R:"C:\WINDOWS\a ssembly\GAC_MSI L\System.Xml\2. 0.0.0__b77a5c56 1934e089\System .Xml.dll"
/R:"C:\WINDOWS\a ssembly\GAC_32\ System.Enterpri seServices\2.0. 0.0__b03f5f7f11 d50a3a\System.E nterpriseServic es.dll"
/R:"C:\WINDOWS\a ssembly\GAC_MSI L\System.Web.Se rvices\2.0.0.0_ _b03f5f7f11d50a 3a\System.Web.S ervices.dll"
/out:"C:\WINDOWS \Microsoft.NET\ Framework\v2.0. 50727\Temporary ASP.NET
Files\2beta_met ro2\331c872a\fd 27ed37\App_Web_ channelbuilder. aspx.851e3233.g bobafmd.dll"
/D:DEBUG /debug+ /optimize-
/win32res:"C:\WI NDOWS\Microsoft .NET\Framework\ v2.0.50727\Temp orary ASP.NET
Files\2beta_met ro2\331c872a\fd 27ed37\tevfep2j .res" /w:4 /nowarn:1659;169 9
"C:\WINDOWS\Mic rosoft.NET\Fram ework\v2.0.5072 7\Temporary ASP.NET
Files\2beta_met ro2\331c872a\fd 27ed37\App_Web_ channelbuilder. aspx.851e3233.g bobafmd.0.cs"
"C:\WINDOWS\Mic rosoft.NET\Fram ework\v2.0.5072 7\Temporary ASP.NET
Files\2beta_met ro2\331c872a\fd 27ed37\App_Web_ channelbuilder. aspx.851e3233.g bobafmd.1.cs"
"C:\WINDOWS\Mic rosoft.NET\Fram ework\v2.0.5072 7\Temporary ASP.NET
Files\2beta_met ro2\331c872a\fd 27ed37\App_Web_ channelbuilder. aspx.851e3233.g bobafmd.2.cs"
NOTE:

Observe that my virtual application is located at 2beta_metro2 where
inetpub\wwwroot \2beta was where I began building the metro2 application
which is now going boom every time I try to load the page using 2.0 with
VS2005 and does the same when trying to load the application with a
browser and an HTTP request.

Now if you don't mind, I am going to vaporize myself with copious amounts
of Captain Morgan's poured into hot chocolate milk.

<%= Clinton Gallagher



Dec 30 '05 #5
Christopher Reed wrote:

2) Even if you're doing a simple rebuild after each change,
especially if you have some code in your App_Code directory, you
might keep getting the error, rebuild the web site. This will
generally clean up any issues that may be lingering because your
files and DLLs are out of sync.


Christopher,

You don't have to rebuild at all. When you browse the page, the DLL is
rebuilt because we have to recompile the partial class into the assembly.
That's why you can make changes to code-behind or the webform itself and
just browse the page without building the project to see the changes.

This architecture has one more really cool facet. You can now take advantage
of enhancements it brings to edit and continue. If you break into your app
in 2.0, you can, for example, then add a new class, add a property to that
class, instantiate an instance of that class in your code-behind, access the
property of that class, etc. and then continue and your code pages will be
in full effect.

The partial class architecture brings with it many cool new capabilities.

--
Jim Cheshire
=============== =============== ==
Blog: http://blogs.msdn.com/jamesche

Latest entry: Digging into Objects
Describes the details of digging into
memory usage with the debugger.

Dec 30 '05 #6
Thanks for the insight. I do have McAfee VirusScan Online sitting in the
task tray but this anomaly has not occurred with other 2.0 pages in other
projects -- yet -- so is there any way to monitor locks on a directory?

Noting this is an XP Pro SP2 machine I've already excluded the directory to
disallow the indexing service.

<%= Clinton Gallagher

"Jim Cheshire" <no*****@none.c om> wrote in message
news:uE******** ******@TK2MSFTN GP09.phx.gbl...
clintonG wrote:
At design-time the application just decides to go boom claiming it
can't find a dll. This occurs sporadically. Doing a simple edit in
the HTML for example and then viewing the application has caused the
application to go boom. Sometimes the page will compile and run
using F5 and others not.


In ASP.NET 2.0, the assembly that executes is made up of the code-behind
AND the .aspx file. When you browse the page, those two are compiled into
the dynamic assembly in the Temporary ASP.NET Files folder. When you edit
the .aspx page, the class must be recompiled. This is the concept of
partial classes.

I've not seen the issue you describe, but it seems that this might occur
if something is locking the Temporary ASP.NET Files folder or something. I
did hear of an issue a while back where McAfee was locking files in that
location and causing issues. Not sure if that's a possibility in your case
or not.

--
Jim Cheshire
=============== =============== ==
Blog: http://blogs.msdn.com/jamesche

Latest entry: Digging into Objects
Describes the details of digging into
memory usage with the debugger.

Dec 30 '05 #7
clintonG wrote:
Thanks for the insight. I do have McAfee VirusScan Online sitting in
the task tray but this anomaly has not occurred with other 2.0 pages
in other projects -- yet -- so is there any way to monitor locks on a
directory?


You can run Filemon to see if you're getting an ACCESS DENIED on those
files.

--
Jim Cheshire
=============== =============== ==
Blog: http://blogs.msdn.com/jamesche

Latest entry: Digging into Objects
Describes the details of digging into
memory usage with the debugger.

Dec 30 '05 #8
I'll try Filemon to see what can be seen.

Sorry to say so, but I forgot to mention that I've been in the habit of
running two instances of VS2005. Perhaps it is one instance or the other of
VS2005 that is locking access noting I have different projects loaded into
each instance. As I recall running two instances of VS2003 would not allow
the use of two instances of the debugger which I discovered while trying to
convert a VB.NET application to C#. Perhaps there is a causal connection
here.

Meanwhile, I've deleted the directory in the Temporary ASP.NET Files, the
application has loaded and appears stable. I will run once instance of
VS2005 today to see what if anything may occur.

<%= Clinton Gallagher

"Jim Cheshire" <no*****@none.c om> wrote in message
news:um******** *****@TK2MSFTNG P12.phx.gbl...
clintonG wrote:
Thanks for the insight. I do have McAfee VirusScan Online sitting in
the task tray but this anomaly has not occurred with other 2.0 pages
in other projects -- yet -- so is there any way to monitor locks on a
directory?


You can run Filemon to see if you're getting an ACCESS DENIED on those
files.

--
Jim Cheshire
=============== =============== ==
Blog: http://blogs.msdn.com/jamesche

Latest entry: Digging into Objects
Describes the details of digging into
memory usage with the debugger.

Dec 30 '05 #9
clintonG wrote:
As I recall running two instances
of VS2003 would not allow the use of two instances of the debugger
which I discovered while trying to convert a VB.NET application to
C#. Perhaps there is a causal connection here.


You can't attach the debugger twice to a process.

--
Jim Cheshire
=============== =============== ==
Blog: http://blogs.msdn.com/jamesche

Latest entry:
Getting the PID and TID of a COM Call

Describes how to get the PID of the
dllhost process a COM call is executing
in and how to locate the thread as well.

Dec 30 '05 #10

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