Support Team Site Admin Posts: 11001Joined: Fri Jul 07, 2006 4:30 pmLocation: Graz, Austria Website Top Re: Cannot change the Target CPU when Platform is AnyCPU by Support Team » By default, the project system uses the .NET Framework version and the toolset version that correspond to the version of Visual Studio that you use to create the project. share|improve this answer answered Oct 25 '10 at 12:05 Edwin de Koning 10.1k53862 2 Don't quite understand why, but also don't quite understand why i didn't try that. You’ll be auto redirected in 1 second. http://ibuildsystem.com/visual-studio/visual-studio-cannot-change-platform-to-any-cpu.php
Do we know Ford's old name? For other projects which I had imported from VS 2008, they all shows "Any CPU" correctly. OriginalGriff 20-Nov-11 7:08am Provided Jet 4.0 is installed, yes. You add the executable of the console application to the package of the SharePoint project by using the Add Additional Assemblies feature of the Advanced tab of the Package Properties window.
kfsehgal 20-Nov-11 8:03am OK thanks How can I check the version of Jet installed on my system? We appreciate your feedback. You’ll be auto redirected in 1 second.
Do I leave it at Any CPU? (The only other option is
asked 6 years ago viewed 56875 times active 24 days ago Upcoming Events 2016 Community Moderator Election ends Nov 22 Linked 1 Why is platform stuck on x86? 0 Confused about Change Platform Target From Any Cpu To X86 Visual Studio 2010 And now I've got to get a new machine ready. Build Page, Project Designer (C#) Specifies which platform settings to display or modify. But seriously, i should have never ever switched the language to german.
You can't change it anywhere else (despite other replies in this thread). Change Platform Target From Any Cpu To X86 Visual Studio 2013 If a SharePoint 2010 project references another kind of project, or vice versa, they must have the same target CPU platform. Now the project properties are "Active (Any CPU)" and I can change it back and forth as I like. In the New Solution Platform dialog, select x64 in the Type or select the new platform drop-down list box.
I tried Any CPU but my application does not run on Windows 7 with Access 2010 installed. http://ibuildsystem.com/visual-studio/visual-studio-platform-x64-cannot-be-found.php The dropdown is there (called "Platform"), but it the only entry it contains is "Active (x86)". What is a satisfactory result of penetration testing assessment? In the Configuration Manager dialog, open the Active solution platform drop-down list box and click
Let's work to help developers, not make them feel stupid. This Platform Could Not Be Created Because A Solution Platform Of The Same Name Already Exists Do you need your password? See the following links for more information:For Visual Basic projects, see /platform (Visual Basic).For Visual C# projects, see Build Page, Project Designer (C#).For Visual C++ projects, see /clr (Common Language Runtime
Thanks Posted 20-Nov-11 1:53am Furqan Sehgal1.8K Add a Solution 5 solutions Top Rated Most Recent Rate this: Please Sign up or sign in to vote. Open the Configuration Editor (Build -> Edit configurations/platforms). 3. For example, if you have installed the Visual Studio 2010 toolset, select Visual Studio 2010 (v100) to use it for your project.Choose the OK button.See AlsoMSBuild (Visual C++) Show: Inherited Protected Change Platform Target From Any Cpu To X86 Visual Studio 2012 See also my explanation in a nutshell. --SA Mehdi Gholam 21-Nov-11 1:51am Cheers Rate this: Please Sign up or sign in to vote.
However, you can use another editor such as Notepad to modify the project file while the project is loaded in Visual Studio. There's nothing in a dropdown to change, and the "Active Solution Platform" dropdown in the Configuration Manager only contains "x86", "New" and "Edit". The "Platform Target" is "x86". http://ibuildsystem.com/visual-studio/visual-studio-2012-cannot-change-target-framework.php Select to create in all projects. 5.
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Reopen Ranorex Studio and examine the Compiler Properties for the project – note that the Target CPU has changed to “Any processor”Similar issues occur when removing an unwanted x86 configuration… these This content, along with any associated source code and files, is licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL) Top Experts Last 24hrsThis month OriginalGriff 265 F-ES Sitecore 220 Karthik