Error Logs, Issues And Solutions For Visual Studio IDE
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Author: Eze-Odikwa Tochukwu Jed
assemblyinfo.cs could not be found
Right-click project properties (not solution). Choose Application tab. Click Assembly Information button. Fields will probably be all empty add stuff. Click OK and exit properties.
Invalid version format expected "[Major]"."[Major]""[minor]"
With GUID Greyed out
Possible solution 1: I have had this happened to me in the past. This can be more of a Visual Studio problem more than anything else.
What this means is that the AssemblyInfo.cs file is either missing from the Properties folder in the project or there is a permissions issue. If there is a permissions issue, update the ACL (File > Properties > Security), close and re-open the project. If missing altogether, you just need to recreate it taking the following steps:
- Within Visual Studio 2010, select Tools > Create GUID.
- Click Copy (or New GUID then Copy).
- Click Exit.
- Expand the Properties folder in the Solution Explorer (Control+W+S to open).
- Delete the AssemblyInfo.cs file shown with the exclaimation point.
- Double click on the Properties folder – this should open the Properties window.
- On the Application Tab, click the Application Information… button.
- Fill in the application information, paste the GUID you copied into the GUID field – when done click OK.
Possible solution 2:
<ItemGroup> <Compile Include="AssemblyInfo.cs" /> </ItemGroup> Usually, this file is in the subfolder "Properties" <ItemGroup> <Compile Include="Program.cs" /> <Compile Include="Properties\AssemblyInfo.cs" /> </ItemGroup>
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