An error occurred while validating hresult
HRESULT = ‘8000000A’ —— Pre-build validation for project ‘XPress Badge Installer’ completed ——The fix is the following: If you face the error message “An error occurred while validating.HRESULT = ‘8000000A’” while building Visual Studio setup project from command line in Visual Studio 2012 or above IDE environment, the reason is because the new IDEs do not support build outside the own process.The problem was almost impossible to reproduce and unpredictable in its manner: The customers had several setup projects in their solution and the error appeared seemingly random during the compilation of each of them.If you ever experience this issue, here is what may be happening and what you can do to work around it: The error code you are seeing was introduced with this KB: There is a race condition that sometimes used to cause hangs when building setup projects on the command line.A quick fix is to go to the offending 'Primary Output' project, and remove all of its non-Microsoft references.Then add them one by one until the project compiles.So if this happens to you all I can suggest is to take a look at this post or restart Visual Studio, or both!
If you’re seeing this issue:—— Starting pre-build validation for project ‘XPress Badge Installer’ —— ERROR: An error occurred while validating.
my add-in contains a button when you click on the button it brings up a new Form, i want to change the location of the form i have changed X and Y on the Forms property but it appearce on positioin (0,0) always.
------ Starting pre-build validation for project 'My Project Install' ------ERROR: An error occurred while validating.
In the past (since VS 2010, see my post The strange case of the registry key HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Visual Studio.0_Config\Projects\), Visual Studio redirected HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Visual Studio\_Config, to allow installation of extensions through .pkgdef files without admin rights, etc. See how empty is the regular HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Visual Studio.0 key on my machine and notice that there is no 15.0_Config key: Instead, the VS 2017 private registry is stored in your App Data folder: Fortunately, you can use to load a private hive.
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