Here is my current dilemma: I am having a strange problem with my ASP.NET application. Information regarding the origin and location of the exception can be identified using the exception stack trace below. However, in some cases when I open a class, right click --> Create Unit Tests..., after I select the methods to generate tests for it will create what is essentially a Visual Studio Value Cannot Be Null Parameter Name Project Other reports are also not working.
I'm sorry you have the problem too, but I'm also glad it's not just me. Your solution helped! I am building the application using Visual Basic .Net in Visual Studio.NET 2003. http://softwaredevelopercertification.com/value-cannot/value-cannot-be-null.php I followed the instructions from Syed and John Hardman, ensuring I ran the command as administrator with VS closed and all worked perfectly.
Has anyone had experience with the same type of thing happening, and was there any answer found as to why? How to fix error "3371: Cannot find table or constraint" when creating index? I'll put a support request in, rather than just hoping somebody from Xamarin spots it in the forum. 0 MarianGieseler Marian Gieseler USMember ✭ May 2015 edited May 2015 Same issue Bummer ... –IAbstract Apr 3 '12 at 21:25 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote This problem is caused by the previously generated test file having been moved to a
Kind regards, Steve the Telerik team Do you want to have your say when we set our development plans? You just need to look harder. The other computer had not installed the latest Xamarin version... 0 HenningMortensen Henning Mortensen USMember ✭ May 2015 Stuck ERROR: Value cannot be null. This is getting annoying.
Is there something missing I am not seeing? Posted by EricTangShao on 12/13/2012 at 9:37 PM So, is there a solution that can solve this problem right now?Or is it been solved already?
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