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Desperate: Problem with AL.exe and questions

Ian
Hi there,

I need some help if anyone can jump in, i know its something easy but i am
just going round in circles.

I was following a tutorial here
(http://www.codeproject.com/dotnet/Localization.asp) to use localization, I
have created a resource file (.resource) but everytime i try and compile I
get the error below.

I have the following files in the current directory

MyResources.en.resx
MyResources.en.resources (this was converted from resgen)

Ok the CompleteInventory(below in the error text) which is supposed to be
MyApplication name in Visual Studio at the top is written Complete Inventory
(with a space) but I don't think this is the problem, although do I have to
change in Visual Studio for my project to read CompleteInventory rather than
Complete Inventory??

I would be very grateful for any instruction...

Heres the error.

C:\Visual Studio Projects\CompleteInventory\CompleteInventory\bin\e n>AL
/t:lib /
embed:MyResources.en.resources, CompleteInventory.MyResources.en.resources
/culture:en /out:CompleteInventory.resources.dll
Microsoft (R) Assembly Linker version 7.10.3077
for Microsoft (R) .NET Framework version 1.1.4322
Copyright (C) Microsoft Corporation 2001-2002. All rights reserved.

ALINK: error AL1047: Error importing file 'c:\Visual Studio
Projects\CompleteInventory\CompleteInventory\bin\e n\CompleteInventory.MyReso
urces.en.resources' --
The system cannot find the file specified.
Nov 16 '05 #1
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Ian
Fixed it... just incase anybody else gets the problem..

I can't believe it... Its a small space between the , (coma)...

C:\Visual Studio Projects\CompleteInventory\CompleteInventory\bin\e n>AL
/t:lib / embed:MyResources.en.resources,[THE SPACE
PROBLEM]CompleteInventory.MyResources.en.resources /culture:en
/out:CompleteInventory.resources.dll

Correct version

C:\Visual Studio Projects\CompleteInventory\CompleteInventory\bin\e n>AL
/t:lib /
embed:MyResources.en.resources,CompleteInventory.M yResources.en.resources
/culture:en /out:CompleteInventory.resources.dll

it was a stupid space.. i can't believe it,.
Ian

"Ian" <ia*********@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:ex**************@TK2MSFTNGP09.phx.gbl...
Hi there,

I need some help if anyone can jump in, i know its something easy but i am
just going round in circles.

I was following a tutorial here
(http://www.codeproject.com/dotnet/Localization.asp) to use localization, I have created a resource file (.resource) but everytime i try and compile I
get the error below.

I have the following files in the current directory

MyResources.en.resx
MyResources.en.resources (this was converted from resgen)

Ok the CompleteInventory(below in the error text) which is supposed to be
MyApplication name in Visual Studio at the top is written Complete Inventory (with a space) but I don't think this is the problem, although do I have to change in Visual Studio for my project to read CompleteInventory rather than Complete Inventory??

I would be very grateful for any instruction...

Heres the error.

C:\Visual Studio Projects\CompleteInventory\CompleteInventory\bin\e n>AL
/t:lib /
embed:MyResources.en.resources, CompleteInventory.MyResources.en.resources
/culture:en /out:CompleteInventory.resources.dll
Microsoft (R) Assembly Linker version 7.10.3077
for Microsoft (R) .NET Framework version 1.1.4322
Copyright (C) Microsoft Corporation 2001-2002. All rights reserved.

ALINK: error AL1047: Error importing file 'c:\Visual Studio
Projects\CompleteInventory\CompleteInventory\bin\e n\CompleteInventory.MyReso urces.en.resources' --
The system cannot find the file specified.

Nov 16 '05 #2

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