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"sgen.exe exited with code -532459699"

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Hi,

I have a C#.NET 2.0 application that when I try to Build it I am receiving
the error:

"sgen.exe exited with code -532459699"

Thanks in advanced for any help.
Asaf
May 5 '07 #1
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Hi,
I had the same problem some time ago...
Try this:
Open up the project properties.
Open up the build tab.
Set "Generate Serialization Assembly" to "Off"
Bye,
Diego

May 5 '07 #2

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Hi Diego,

Thanks for replying to my issue.
If I set "Generate Serialization Assembly" to "Off" the application can’t
build with error that he can’t find depended files as I am using a references
to Web Services and I think there is a need for the "Serialization Assembly".

Kind Regards,
Asaf
"Diego Jancic" wrote:
Hi,
I had the same problem some time ago...
Try this:
Open up the project properties.
Open up the build tab.
Set "Generate Serialization Assembly" to "Off"
Bye,
Diego

May 6 '07 #3

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Hi Asaf,

Please use following steps to find more about the error.

1) Start "Visual Studio 2005 Command Prompt" from your start menu under
"Microsoft Visual Studio 2005/Visual Studio Tools"

2) Change directory to your project directory (which has enabled "Generate
Serialization Assembly", type following command (replace project name
accordingly):

msbuild.exe MyProject.csproj /t:Rebuild /p:Configuration=Debug
/verbosity:diag diag.txt

3) Use notepad to open diag.txt, find string "sgen.exe", you will see the
full command line to sgen.exe;

4) Create a simple batch file "testsgen.bat" and copy the above command
line to it, enclose sgen.exe full path with quotes if it contains space;
add a new switch "/verbose" to its command line parameters; now run this
batch file and see the output to know more information why it failed.
Please post the detailed log here.
If in doubt, would you please create a simple reproducible project to me?
Thanks.

Sincerely,
Walter Wang (wa****@online.microsoft.com, remove 'online.')
Microsoft Online Community Support

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