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error - One or more projects in the solution were not loaded correctly


error - One or more projects in the solution were not loaded correctly

By : user2952911
Date : November 19 2020, 03:59 PM
Hope this helps Try opening the .csproj file in notepad and making sure all references and paths are correct.
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MSBuild builds projects with project references correctly but not from solution

MSBuild builds projects with project references correctly but not from solution


By : user1177313
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope this helps MSBuild and VS both use project references and project dependencies to choose the solution build order. Beyond that, it's undefined - and typically different between the two. Check both of these are correct. Project dependencies are set in the properties of your solution. If that doesn't work, double check the GUIDs in the project references in your projects match the ones in the solution. Sometimes recreating the solution can fix them.
Can you make a VC++ Solution set preprocessor #defines on loaded projects?

Can you make a VC++ Solution set preprocessor #defines on loaded projects?


By : Piya Ji
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Does that help The following approach assumes that every .EXE/app (which uses this library) has its own Visual Studio Solution.
You do have control over the library, right? Steps 1-3 will make changes to its project file, and step 4 adds a file to the library source code.
How to work out TFS uri and location for currently loaded solution projects in Visual Studio Extension

How to work out TFS uri and location for currently loaded solution projects in Visual Studio Extension


By : Rob Reuss
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hop of those help? You can use the SourceControl2 interface to accomplish this in the following way:
code :
foreach (Project project in dte.Solution.Projects)
{
    if (dte.SourceControl.IsItemUnderSCC(project.FileName))
    {
        var bindings = project.GetSourceControlBindings();
        var uri = bindings.ServerName;             
        var location = bindings.ServerBinding;
        // your logic goes here
    }
}
public static SourceControlBindings GetSourceControlBindings(this Project project)
{
    SourceControl2 sourceControl = (SourceControl2)project.DTE.SourceControl;
    return sourceControl.GetBindings(project.FullName);
}
if (bindings.ProviderName == "{4CA58AB2-18FA-4F8D-95D4-32DDF27D184C}")
Can’t debug all projects inside my solution because PDB doesn’t load correctly

Can’t debug all projects inside my solution because PDB doesn’t load correctly


By : Dau
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope this helps Several times in my life as .NET Developer I have had some issue with loading PDB’s files. Each time I have had this kind of problem, I've wasted a lot of time trying to found a solution but usually I can’t find the solution easily because this happens not for an obvious reason. The common solutions many times I read were:
• Reset Visual Studio Settings • Removed all files in every \Temporary ASP.NET Files Folder Cleanup the project • Create a new solution and added all the projects to this new solution • Delete the solution suo file • Create a new ASP.NET Web Application to test if it is a VS-installation issue • Reboot the machine • Repaired the vs.net installation • IISReset • Remove the Web App from IIS
"Error: One or more projects in the solution were not loaded correctly" particularly for Windows7

"Error: One or more projects in the solution were not loaded correctly" particularly for Windows7


By : nav87
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue I also faced the same problem. Here is what I did to resolve it:
Solution:
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