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The type initializer threw an exception

We migrated our windows application from 1.1 to 2.0. The debug and Release
mode of the application work fine with some tweaking. But when the setup
project is migrated to 2.0 the installation gives the follwing error:

Message:The type initializer for
'Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.CacheService'
threw an exception.
- <ExceptionInformation>
<AdditionalInformationProperty ExceptionManager.MachineName="TestDev"
ExceptionManager.TimeStamp="2/7/2007 1:06:36 PM"
ExceptionManager.FullName="Microsoft.ApplicationBl ocks.ExceptionManagement,
Version=1.0.1913.30369, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null"
ExceptionManager.AppDomainName="sst.exe" ExceptionManager.ThreadIdentity=""
ExceptionManager.WindowsIdentity="TRADERPUBDEV\use r" />
- <Exception ExceptionType="System.ArgumentNullException" Message="The cache
storage cannot be null. Parameter name: cacheStorage"
ParamName="cacheStorage" Data="System.Collections.ListDictionaryInternal"
TargetSite="Void
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.IScavengingAlgor ithm.Init(Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.CacheS ervice,
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.ICacheStorage,
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.ICacheMetadata, System.Xml.XmlNode)"
Source="Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache">
<StackTrace>at
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.Scavenging.LruSc avenging.Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.IScaven gingAlgorithm.Init(CacheService
cachingService, ICacheStorage cacheStorage, ICacheMetadata cacheMetadata,
XmlNode configSection)</StackTrace>
</Exception>
</ExceptionInformation>
- <ExceptionInformation>
<AdditionalInformationProperty ExceptionManager.MachineName="TestDev"
ExceptionManager.TimeStamp="2/7/2007 1:06:40 PM"
ExceptionManager.FullName="Microsoft.ApplicationBl ocks.ExceptionManagement,
Version=1.0.1913.30369, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null"
ExceptionManager.AppDomainName="Sales Studio.exe"
ExceptionManager.ThreadIdentity=""
ExceptionManager.WindowsIdentity="TRADERPUBDEV\use r" />
- <Exception ExceptionType="System.Exception" Message="The XML configuration
document is invalid, the ScavengingInfo section defines a type (assembly:
'Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache', type
'Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.Scavenging.LruS cavenging') which an
instance can't be created." Data="System.Collections.ListDictionaryInternal"
TargetSite="Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.ISca vengingAlgorithm
CreateInstance(Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.C acheService,
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.ICacheStorage,
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.ICacheMetadata)"
Source="Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache">
<StackTrace>at
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.ScavengingInfo.C reateInstance(CacheService
cacheService, ICacheStorage cacheStorage, ICacheMetadata cacheMetadata) at
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.CacheService..ct or()</StackTrace>
- <Exception ExceptionType="System.ArgumentNullException" Message="The cache
storage cannot be null. Parameter name: cacheStorage"
ParamName="cacheStorage" Data="System.Collections.ListDictionaryInternal"
TargetSite="Void
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.IScavengingAlgor ithm.Init(Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.CacheS ervice,
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.ICacheStorage,
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.ICacheMetadata, System.Xml.XmlNode)"
Source="Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache">
<StackTrace>at
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.Scavenging.LruSc avenging.Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.IScaven gingAlgorithm.Init(CacheService
cachingService, ICacheStorage cacheStorage, ICacheMetadata cacheMetadata,
XmlNode configSection) at
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.ScavengingInfo.C reateInstance(CacheService
cacheService, ICacheStorage cacheStorage, ICacheMetadata
cacheMetadata)</StackTrace>
</Exception>
</Exception>
</ExceptionInformation>

Feb 9 '07 #1
4 39678
Did you notice this in your exception trace:

"
- <Exception ExceptionType="System.ArgumentNullException" Message="The cache
storage cannot be null. Parameter name: cacheStorage"
"

"bijay" <bi***@discussions.microsoft.comha scritto nel messaggio
news:76**********************************@microsof t.com...
We migrated our windows application from 1.1 to 2.0. The debug and Release
mode of the application work fine with some tweaking. But when the setup
project is migrated to 2.0 the installation gives the follwing error:

Message:The type initializer for
'Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.CacheService'
threw an exception.
- <ExceptionInformation>
<AdditionalInformationProperty ExceptionManager.MachineName="TestDev"
ExceptionManager.TimeStamp="2/7/2007 1:06:36 PM"
ExceptionManager.FullName="Microsoft.ApplicationBl ocks.ExceptionManagement,
Version=1.0.1913.30369, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null"
ExceptionManager.AppDomainName="sst.exe"
ExceptionManager.ThreadIdentity=""
ExceptionManager.WindowsIdentity="TRADERPUBDEV\use r" />
- <Exception ExceptionType="System.ArgumentNullException" Message="The
cache
storage cannot be null. Parameter name: cacheStorage"
ParamName="cacheStorage" Data="System.Collections.ListDictionaryInternal"
TargetSite="Void
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.IScavengingAlgor ithm.Init(Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.CacheS ervice,
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.ICacheStorage,
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.ICacheMetadata, System.Xml.XmlNode)"
Source="Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache">
<StackTrace>at
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.Scavenging.LruSc avenging.Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.IScaven gingAlgorithm.Init(CacheService
cachingService, ICacheStorage cacheStorage, ICacheMetadata cacheMetadata,
XmlNode configSection)</StackTrace>
</Exception>
</ExceptionInformation>
- <ExceptionInformation>
<AdditionalInformationProperty ExceptionManager.MachineName="TestDev"
ExceptionManager.TimeStamp="2/7/2007 1:06:40 PM"
ExceptionManager.FullName="Microsoft.ApplicationBl ocks.ExceptionManagement,
Version=1.0.1913.30369, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null"
ExceptionManager.AppDomainName="Sales Studio.exe"
ExceptionManager.ThreadIdentity=""
ExceptionManager.WindowsIdentity="TRADERPUBDEV\use r" />
- <Exception ExceptionType="System.Exception" Message="The XML
configuration
document is invalid, the ScavengingInfo section defines a type (assembly:
'Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache', type
'Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.Scavenging.LruS cavenging') which an
instance can't be created."
Data="System.Collections.ListDictionaryInternal"
TargetSite="Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.ISca vengingAlgorithm
CreateInstance(Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.C acheService,
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.ICacheStorage,
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.ICacheMetadata)"
Source="Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache">
<StackTrace>at
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.ScavengingInfo.C reateInstance(CacheService
cacheService, ICacheStorage cacheStorage, ICacheMetadata cacheMetadata) at
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.CacheService..ct or()</StackTrace>
- <Exception ExceptionType="System.ArgumentNullException" Message="The
cache
storage cannot be null. Parameter name: cacheStorage"
ParamName="cacheStorage" Data="System.Collections.ListDictionaryInternal"
TargetSite="Void
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.IScavengingAlgor ithm.Init(Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.CacheS ervice,
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.ICacheStorage,
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.ICacheMetadata, System.Xml.XmlNode)"
Source="Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache">
<StackTrace>at
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.Scavenging.LruSc avenging.Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.IScaven gingAlgorithm.Init(CacheService
cachingService, ICacheStorage cacheStorage, ICacheMetadata cacheMetadata,
XmlNode configSection) at
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.ScavengingInfo.C reateInstance(CacheService
cacheService, ICacheStorage cacheStorage, ICacheMetadata
cacheMetadata)</StackTrace>
</Exception>
</Exception>
</ExceptionInformation>

Feb 9 '07 #2
Yes, I have. We are using applicationblock version 1.0 for caching. it works
fine with framework 1.0. But when we migrated our application to 2.0 the
application works fine on VS 2005 IDE (both Release and Debug). When we
create a set-up package and install the follwing error occurs.

"Laura T." wrote:
Did you notice this in your exception trace:

"
- <Exception ExceptionType="System.ArgumentNullException" Message="The cache
storage cannot be null. Parameter name: cacheStorage"
"

"bijay" <bi***@discussions.microsoft.comha scritto nel messaggio
news:76**********************************@microsof t.com...
We migrated our windows application from 1.1 to 2.0. The debug and Release
mode of the application work fine with some tweaking. But when the setup
project is migrated to 2.0 the installation gives the follwing error:

Message:The type initializer for
'Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.CacheService'
threw an exception.
- <ExceptionInformation>
<AdditionalInformationProperty ExceptionManager.MachineName="TestDev"
ExceptionManager.TimeStamp="2/7/2007 1:06:36 PM"
ExceptionManager.FullName="Microsoft.ApplicationBl ocks.ExceptionManagement,
Version=1.0.1913.30369, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null"
ExceptionManager.AppDomainName="sst.exe"
ExceptionManager.ThreadIdentity=""
ExceptionManager.WindowsIdentity="TRADERPUBDEV\use r" />
- <Exception ExceptionType="System.ArgumentNullException" Message="The
cache
storage cannot be null. Parameter name: cacheStorage"
ParamName="cacheStorage" Data="System.Collections.ListDictionaryInternal"
TargetSite="Void
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.IScavengingAlgor ithm.Init(Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.CacheS ervice,
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.ICacheStorage,
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.ICacheMetadata, System.Xml.XmlNode)"
Source="Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache">
<StackTrace>at
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.Scavenging.LruSc avenging.Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.IScaven gingAlgorithm.Init(CacheService
cachingService, ICacheStorage cacheStorage, ICacheMetadata cacheMetadata,
XmlNode configSection)</StackTrace>
</Exception>
</ExceptionInformation>
- <ExceptionInformation>
<AdditionalInformationProperty ExceptionManager.MachineName="TestDev"
ExceptionManager.TimeStamp="2/7/2007 1:06:40 PM"
ExceptionManager.FullName="Microsoft.ApplicationBl ocks.ExceptionManagement,
Version=1.0.1913.30369, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null"
ExceptionManager.AppDomainName="Sales Studio.exe"
ExceptionManager.ThreadIdentity=""
ExceptionManager.WindowsIdentity="TRADERPUBDEV\use r" />
- <Exception ExceptionType="System.Exception" Message="The XML
configuration
document is invalid, the ScavengingInfo section defines a type (assembly:
'Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache', type
'Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.Scavenging.LruS cavenging') which an
instance can't be created."
Data="System.Collections.ListDictionaryInternal"
TargetSite="Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.ISca vengingAlgorithm
CreateInstance(Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.C acheService,
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.ICacheStorage,
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.ICacheMetadata)"
Source="Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache">
<StackTrace>at
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.ScavengingInfo.C reateInstance(CacheService
cacheService, ICacheStorage cacheStorage, ICacheMetadata cacheMetadata) at
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.CacheService..ct or()</StackTrace>
- <Exception ExceptionType="System.ArgumentNullException" Message="The
cache
storage cannot be null. Parameter name: cacheStorage"
ParamName="cacheStorage" Data="System.Collections.ListDictionaryInternal"
TargetSite="Void
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.IScavengingAlgor ithm.Init(Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.CacheS ervice,
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.ICacheStorage,
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.ICacheMetadata, System.Xml.XmlNode)"
Source="Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache">
<StackTrace>at
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.Scavenging.LruSc avenging.Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.IScaven gingAlgorithm.Init(CacheService
cachingService, ICacheStorage cacheStorage, ICacheMetadata cacheMetadata,
XmlNode configSection) at
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.ScavengingInfo.C reateInstance(CacheService
cacheService, ICacheStorage cacheStorage, ICacheMetadata
cacheMetadata)</StackTrace>
</Exception>
</Exception>
</ExceptionInformation>


Feb 9 '07 #3
Have you checked that all the .config files are deployed correctly.
It seems to me that the <cacheStorageis missing or cannot be found and for
that reason the caching application block cannot be initialized.

(check
http://codebetter.com/blogs/david.ha.../04/56523.aspx if
needed).

"bijay" <bi***@discussions.microsoft.comha scritto nel messaggio
news:35**********************************@microsof t.com...
Yes, I have. We are using applicationblock version 1.0 for caching. it
works
fine with framework 1.0. But when we migrated our application to 2.0 the
application works fine on VS 2005 IDE (both Release and Debug). When we
create a set-up package and install the follwing error occurs.

"Laura T." wrote:
>Did you notice this in your exception trace:

"
- <Exception ExceptionType="System.ArgumentNullException" Message="The
cache
storage cannot be null. Parameter name: cacheStorage"
"

"bijay" <bi***@discussions.microsoft.comha scritto nel messaggio
news:76**********************************@microso ft.com...
We migrated our windows application from 1.1 to 2.0. The debug and
Release
mode of the application work fine with some tweaking. But when the
setup
project is migrated to 2.0 the installation gives the follwing error:

Message:The type initializer for
'Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.CacheService'
threw an exception.
- <ExceptionInformation>
<AdditionalInformationProperty ExceptionManager.MachineName="TestDev"
ExceptionManager.TimeStamp="2/7/2007 1:06:36 PM"
ExceptionManager.FullName="Microsoft.ApplicationBl ocks.ExceptionManagement,
Version=1.0.1913.30369, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null"
ExceptionManager.AppDomainName="sst.exe"
ExceptionManager.ThreadIdentity=""
ExceptionManager.WindowsIdentity="TRADERPUBDEV\use r" />
- <Exception ExceptionType="System.ArgumentNullException" Message="The
cache
storage cannot be null. Parameter name: cacheStorage"
ParamName="cacheStorage"
Data="System.Collections.ListDictionaryInternal"
TargetSite="Void
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.IScavengingAlgor ithm.Init(Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.CacheS ervice,
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.ICacheStorage,
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.ICacheMetadata, System.Xml.XmlNode)"
Source="Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache">
<StackTrace>at
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.Scavenging.LruSc avenging.Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.IScaven gingAlgorithm.Init(CacheService
cachingService, ICacheStorage cacheStorage, ICacheMetadata
cacheMetadata,
XmlNode configSection)</StackTrace>
</Exception>
</ExceptionInformation>
- <ExceptionInformation>
<AdditionalInformationProperty ExceptionManager.MachineName="TestDev"
ExceptionManager.TimeStamp="2/7/2007 1:06:40 PM"
ExceptionManager.FullName="Microsoft.ApplicationBl ocks.ExceptionManagement,
Version=1.0.1913.30369, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null"
ExceptionManager.AppDomainName="Sales Studio.exe"
ExceptionManager.ThreadIdentity=""
ExceptionManager.WindowsIdentity="TRADERPUBDEV\use r" />
- <Exception ExceptionType="System.Exception" Message="The XML
configuration
document is invalid, the ScavengingInfo section defines a type
(assembly:
'Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache', type
'Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.Scavenging.LruS cavenging') which an
instance can't be created."
Data="System.Collections.ListDictionaryInternal"
TargetSite="Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.ISca vengingAlgorithm
CreateInstance(Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.C acheService,
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.ICacheStorage,
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.ICacheMetadata)"
Source="Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache">
<StackTrace>at
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.ScavengingInfo.C reateInstance(CacheService
cacheService, ICacheStorage cacheStorage, ICacheMetadata cacheMetadata)
at
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.CacheService..ct or()</StackTrace>
- <Exception ExceptionType="System.ArgumentNullException" Message="The
cache
storage cannot be null. Parameter name: cacheStorage"
ParamName="cacheStorage"
Data="System.Collections.ListDictionaryInternal"
TargetSite="Void
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.IScavengingAlgor ithm.Init(Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.CacheS ervice,
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.ICacheStorage,
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.ICacheMetadata, System.Xml.XmlNode)"
Source="Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache">
<StackTrace>at
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.Scavenging.LruSc avenging.Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.IScaven gingAlgorithm.Init(CacheService
cachingService, ICacheStorage cacheStorage, ICacheMetadata
cacheMetadata,
XmlNode configSection) at
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.ScavengingInfo.C reateInstance(CacheService
cacheService, ICacheStorage cacheStorage, ICacheMetadata
cacheMetadata)</StackTrace>
</Exception>
</Exception>
</ExceptionInformation>



Feb 9 '07 #4
We know that. But we don't know if anything has changed as far as 'config' or
'ref' is concerned when Applicationblocks 1.0 cache dll is used on frameowrk
2.0 applications.

"Laura T." wrote:
Have you checked that all the .config files are deployed correctly.
It seems to me that the <cacheStorageis missing or cannot be found and for
that reason the caching application block cannot be initialized.

(check
http://codebetter.com/blogs/david.ha.../04/56523.aspx if
needed).

"bijay" <bi***@discussions.microsoft.comha scritto nel messaggio
news:35**********************************@microsof t.com...
Yes, I have. We are using applicationblock version 1.0 for caching. it
works
fine with framework 1.0. But when we migrated our application to 2.0 the
application works fine on VS 2005 IDE (both Release and Debug). When we
create a set-up package and install the follwing error occurs.

"Laura T." wrote:
Did you notice this in your exception trace:

"
- <Exception ExceptionType="System.ArgumentNullException" Message="The
cache
storage cannot be null. Parameter name: cacheStorage"
"

"bijay" <bi***@discussions.microsoft.comha scritto nel messaggio
news:76**********************************@microsof t.com...
We migrated our windows application from 1.1 to 2.0. The debug and
Release
mode of the application work fine with some tweaking. But when the
setup
project is migrated to 2.0 the installation gives the follwing error:

Message:The type initializer for
'Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.CacheService'
threw an exception.
- <ExceptionInformation>
<AdditionalInformationProperty ExceptionManager.MachineName="TestDev"
ExceptionManager.TimeStamp="2/7/2007 1:06:36 PM"
ExceptionManager.FullName="Microsoft.ApplicationBl ocks.ExceptionManagement,
Version=1.0.1913.30369, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null"
ExceptionManager.AppDomainName="sst.exe"
ExceptionManager.ThreadIdentity=""
ExceptionManager.WindowsIdentity="TRADERPUBDEV\use r" />
- <Exception ExceptionType="System.ArgumentNullException" Message="The
cache
storage cannot be null. Parameter name: cacheStorage"
ParamName="cacheStorage"
Data="System.Collections.ListDictionaryInternal"
TargetSite="Void
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.IScavengingAlgor ithm.Init(Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.CacheS ervice,
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.ICacheStorage,
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.ICacheMetadata, System.Xml.XmlNode)"
Source="Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache">
<StackTrace>at
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.Scavenging.LruSc avenging.Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.IScaven gingAlgorithm.Init(CacheService
cachingService, ICacheStorage cacheStorage, ICacheMetadata
cacheMetadata,
XmlNode configSection)</StackTrace>
</Exception>
</ExceptionInformation>
- <ExceptionInformation>
<AdditionalInformationProperty ExceptionManager.MachineName="TestDev"
ExceptionManager.TimeStamp="2/7/2007 1:06:40 PM"
ExceptionManager.FullName="Microsoft.ApplicationBl ocks.ExceptionManagement,
Version=1.0.1913.30369, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null"
ExceptionManager.AppDomainName="Sales Studio.exe"
ExceptionManager.ThreadIdentity=""
ExceptionManager.WindowsIdentity="TRADERPUBDEV\use r" />
- <Exception ExceptionType="System.Exception" Message="The XML
configuration
document is invalid, the ScavengingInfo section defines a type
(assembly:
'Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache', type
'Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.Scavenging.LruS cavenging') which an
instance can't be created."
Data="System.Collections.ListDictionaryInternal"
TargetSite="Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.ISca vengingAlgorithm
CreateInstance(Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.C acheService,
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.ICacheStorage,
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.ICacheMetadata)"
Source="Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache">
<StackTrace>at
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.ScavengingInfo.C reateInstance(CacheService
cacheService, ICacheStorage cacheStorage, ICacheMetadata cacheMetadata)
at
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.CacheService..ct or()</StackTrace>
- <Exception ExceptionType="System.ArgumentNullException" Message="The
cache
storage cannot be null. Parameter name: cacheStorage"
ParamName="cacheStorage"
Data="System.Collections.ListDictionaryInternal"
TargetSite="Void
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.IScavengingAlgor ithm.Init(Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.CacheS ervice,
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.ICacheStorage,
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.ICacheMetadata, System.Xml.XmlNode)"
Source="Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache">
<StackTrace>at
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.Scavenging.LruSc avenging.Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.IScaven gingAlgorithm.Init(CacheService
cachingService, ICacheStorage cacheStorage, ICacheMetadata
cacheMetadata,
XmlNode configSection) at
Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Cache.ScavengingInfo.C reateInstance(CacheService
cacheService, ICacheStorage cacheStorage, ICacheMetadata
cacheMetadata)</StackTrace>
</Exception>
</Exception>
</ExceptionInformation>



Feb 9 '07 #5

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