Visual Studio Error C2471 Cannot Update Program Database
Is there an actual army in 1984? The content you requested has been removed. Babar, Apr 30, 2008, in forum: Microsoft VC .NET Replies: 1 Views: 794 Ben Voigt [C++ MVP] Apr 30, 2008 Visual studio 2008 IDE application R6034 runtime error - MSDN news Just a jerk.
Compiler Error C2471 Visual Studio 2015 Other Versions Visual Studio 2013 Visual Studio 2012 Visual Studio 2010 Visual Studio 2008 Visual Studio 2005 Visual Studio .NET 2003 cannot update program database I am seen in darkness and in light, What am I? I hope this is something I can fix easily, because being able to add/change features would be a truly awesome skill. find quote TheQuestor Fan Posts: 414 Joined: Jun 2005 Reputation: 0 Location: South TX US 2009-07-31 06:05 Post: #2 first off you should REALLY not be doing this from your desktop,
There's a bug in this process supposedly. –Steve Townsend Nov 18 '10 at 16:57 Another possibility is noted here - try disabling precompiled headers - lorenheiny.com/2008/03/31/… –Steve Townsend Nov I did not find Project Options > C/C++ > General...then I right clicked on the file, properties > C/C++ > General and modified. NO idea why. Also did you make sure you installed the required deps?
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About Us PC Review is a computing review website with helpful tech support forums staffed by PC experts. How to prove that authentication system works, and that the customer is using the wrong password? Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Compilation fails randomly: “cannot open program database” up vote 31 down vote favorite 9 During a long compilation with Visual Studio 2005 Link-only answers can become invalid if the linked page changes. –Delimitry Oct 24 '15 at 7:51 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote You can delete the *.obj file and
find quote bobo1on1 cheapass Team-XBMC Developer Posts: 2,752 Joined: Dec 2008 Reputation: 23 2009-07-31 16:18 Post: #7 Very likely you're doing a directx build, which atm is the default in the check my blog Or set the maximum number of parallel project builds setting to 1 for a quick workaround. However, the C# developers will not be pleased with my decision. though clearly, the OP experienced something different. –Nik Reiman Oct 5 '08 at 20:04 Thanks.
find quote Falchion Junior Member Posts: 7 Joined: Jul 2009 Reputation: 0 2009-07-31 15:30 Post: #6 Thanks for the suggestions everyone. The compile time be unacceptable. Try doing a Clean, Rebuild All.
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Are you using any version control system? The first error about pdb not writable occurred to me too and was a VS bug. You have parallel builds enabled. (Tools -> Options: Projects and Solutions, Build and Run: "maximum number of parallel project builds" is set to a value greater than 1) You are building First, I changed working directories to C:\XBMC.
Here is the link for anyone having similar problems: https://connect.microsoft.com/VisualStud...wsignin1.0 Upon further inspection of the wiki article, I found that this hotfix is referenced under the "Running/Debugging XBMC from Visual C++ Been away from Ogre for a while (we were at 1.4.4 last time I checked I think), but decided to get back at it again with the newest release, which I Sign Up Now! Unfortunately this means my company will remain on 2005 for the next 8 months until my company's next major release.
Developer Network Developer Network Developer Sign in MSDN subscriptions Get tools Downloads Visual Studio MSDN subscription access SDKs Trial software Free downloads Office resources SharePoint Server 2013 resources SQL Server 2014 Adjust your solution's project dependencies (Project -> Project Dependencies...) so that each is dependent on another. UPDATE: There is a chance that Tortoise SVN accesses 'vc80.pdb', even if the file is not under versioning control, which could also result in the error described above (thanks to Liana When that's not the reason, I find doing a rebuild-all magically fixes the problem.
Yes, that's obvious, but if you are careful not to make too many changes at once, figuring out what you did to break the project should be pretty easy. –Brian Nov Project Options -> C/C++ -> General -> Debug Information Format and set it to C7. Thanks! Teenage daughter refusing to go to school Single word for the act of being susceptible?
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