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Remember when Visual Studio had a setup project template? Then you moved to Wi X and after learning it for 3 months and still being confused, you just moved to Web Apps?

Well everyone complained about the missing setup project templates and MS finally added it back in as an extension.

This error popped up on the setup applications for several new programs.

Doing some searching I stumbled across a couple of posts that hinted on removing the project output from the setup, and trying again.

That's a real pain; naturally I'd like to automate it.

:^) But I'm having trouble figuring out part of the process. The pseudocode for what I want to do looks like: I was finally able to resolve the problem using CCNet's API.

I now have a successful build: And the msi is in my drop, ready to be deployed in Release Management: Happy setup building! This is my log:2016-06-21T.6466919Z Creating directory C:\a\1\s\src2016-06-21T.6476927Z Executing the following command-line.

(working Folder = C:\a

(working Folder = C:\a\1\s\src)2016-06-21T.6476927Z "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 14.0\Common7\IDE\devenv.com" /Rebuild release "C:\a\1\s\Source\Camera View.sln" /Project "C:\a\1\s\Source\Easy View-Installer\Camera View-Installer.vdproj"2016-06-21T.6486928Z Error message highlight pattern: 2016-06-21T.6486928Z Warning message highlight pattern: 2016-06-21T.5701254Z Microsoft Visual Studio 2015 Version 14.0.25123.0.2016-06-21T.5701254Z Copyright (C) Microsoft Corp.

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.

But there is a tweak which will help you to enable the same and you will now be allowed to build the MSI setup project from the command line itself.

HRESULT = '8000000A'." Per Stack Overflow ([[ this is a known issue with VS 2010 and won't be fixed by Microsoft.

The error can almost always be resolved by forcing another build manually.

||

(working Folder = C:\a\1\s\src)2016-06-21T.6476927Z "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 14.0\Common7\IDE\devenv.com" /Rebuild release "C:\a\1\s\Source\Camera View.sln" /Project "C:\a\1\s\Source\Easy View-Installer\Camera View-Installer.vdproj"2016-06-21T.6486928Z Error message highlight pattern: 2016-06-21T.6486928Z Warning message highlight pattern: 2016-06-21T.5701254Z Microsoft Visual Studio 2015 Version 14.0.25123.0.2016-06-21T.5701254Z Copyright (C) Microsoft Corp.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.But there is a tweak which will help you to enable the same and you will now be allowed to build the MSI setup project from the command line itself.HRESULT = '8000000A'." Per Stack Overflow ([[ this is a known issue with VS 2010 and won't be fixed by Microsoft.The error can almost always be resolved by forcing another build manually.Now restart the build process from the command line and everything will be working as you expected. It doesn’t install Visual Studio assemblies in the Global Assembly Cache (GAC) and it doesn’t use for the most part the main Windows Registry.In the past (since VS 2010, see my post The strange case of the registry key HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Visual Studio\10.0_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\15.0 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.You’ll need to configure the build to compile the entire solution first, and then invoke Visual Studio to create the setup package.Let’s walk through creating a simple build definition to build a vdproj.This stopped the errors on the setup application, but not the actual application itself. Checking into the app.config file, I stumbled across the cause.It looks like somebody had pasted code that had been “fixed” up by Outlook, or word, and broken a comment.

\s\src)2016-06-21T.6476927Z "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 14.0\Common7\IDE\devenv.com" /Rebuild release "C:\a

(working Folder = C:\a\1\s\src)2016-06-21T.6476927Z "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 14.0\Common7\IDE\devenv.com" /Rebuild release "C:\a\1\s\Source\Camera View.sln" /Project "C:\a\1\s\Source\Easy View-Installer\Camera View-Installer.vdproj"2016-06-21T.6486928Z Error message highlight pattern: 2016-06-21T.6486928Z Warning message highlight pattern: 2016-06-21T.5701254Z Microsoft Visual Studio 2015 Version 14.0.25123.0.2016-06-21T.5701254Z Copyright (C) Microsoft Corp.

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.

But there is a tweak which will help you to enable the same and you will now be allowed to build the MSI setup project from the command line itself.

HRESULT = '8000000A'." Per Stack Overflow ([[ this is a known issue with VS 2010 and won't be fixed by Microsoft.

The error can almost always be resolved by forcing another build manually.

||

(working Folder = C:\a\1\s\src)2016-06-21T.6476927Z "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 14.0\Common7\IDE\devenv.com" /Rebuild release "C:\a\1\s\Source\Camera View.sln" /Project "C:\a\1\s\Source\Easy View-Installer\Camera View-Installer.vdproj"2016-06-21T.6486928Z Error message highlight pattern: 2016-06-21T.6486928Z Warning message highlight pattern: 2016-06-21T.5701254Z Microsoft Visual Studio 2015 Version 14.0.25123.0.2016-06-21T.5701254Z Copyright (C) Microsoft Corp.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.But there is a tweak which will help you to enable the same and you will now be allowed to build the MSI setup project from the command line itself.HRESULT = '8000000A'." Per Stack Overflow ([[ this is a known issue with VS 2010 and won't be fixed by Microsoft.The error can almost always be resolved by forcing another build manually.Now restart the build process from the command line and everything will be working as you expected. It doesn’t install Visual Studio assemblies in the Global Assembly Cache (GAC) and it doesn’t use for the most part the main Windows Registry.In the past (since VS 2010, see my post The strange case of the registry key HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Visual Studio\10.0_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\15.0 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.You’ll need to configure the build to compile the entire solution first, and then invoke Visual Studio to create the setup package.Let’s walk through creating a simple build definition to build a vdproj.This stopped the errors on the setup application, but not the actual application itself. Checking into the app.config file, I stumbled across the cause.It looks like somebody had pasted code that had been “fixed” up by Outlook, or word, and broken a comment.

\s\Source\Camera View.sln" /Project "C:\a

(working Folder = C:\a\1\s\src)2016-06-21T.6476927Z "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 14.0\Common7\IDE\devenv.com" /Rebuild release "C:\a\1\s\Source\Camera View.sln" /Project "C:\a\1\s\Source\Easy View-Installer\Camera View-Installer.vdproj"2016-06-21T.6486928Z Error message highlight pattern: 2016-06-21T.6486928Z Warning message highlight pattern: 2016-06-21T.5701254Z Microsoft Visual Studio 2015 Version 14.0.25123.0.2016-06-21T.5701254Z Copyright (C) Microsoft Corp.

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.

But there is a tweak which will help you to enable the same and you will now be allowed to build the MSI setup project from the command line itself.

HRESULT = '8000000A'." Per Stack Overflow ([[ this is a known issue with VS 2010 and won't be fixed by Microsoft.

The error can almost always be resolved by forcing another build manually.

||

(working Folder = C:\a\1\s\src)2016-06-21T.6476927Z "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 14.0\Common7\IDE\devenv.com" /Rebuild release "C:\a\1\s\Source\Camera View.sln" /Project "C:\a\1\s\Source\Easy View-Installer\Camera View-Installer.vdproj"2016-06-21T.6486928Z Error message highlight pattern: 2016-06-21T.6486928Z Warning message highlight pattern: 2016-06-21T.5701254Z Microsoft Visual Studio 2015 Version 14.0.25123.0.2016-06-21T.5701254Z Copyright (C) Microsoft Corp.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.But there is a tweak which will help you to enable the same and you will now be allowed to build the MSI setup project from the command line itself.HRESULT = '8000000A'." Per Stack Overflow ([[ this is a known issue with VS 2010 and won't be fixed by Microsoft.The error can almost always be resolved by forcing another build manually.Now restart the build process from the command line and everything will be working as you expected. It doesn’t install Visual Studio assemblies in the Global Assembly Cache (GAC) and it doesn’t use for the most part the main Windows Registry.In the past (since VS 2010, see my post The strange case of the registry key HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Visual Studio\10.0_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\15.0 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.You’ll need to configure the build to compile the entire solution first, and then invoke Visual Studio to create the setup package.Let’s walk through creating a simple build definition to build a vdproj.This stopped the errors on the setup application, but not the actual application itself. Checking into the app.config file, I stumbled across the cause.It looks like somebody had pasted code that had been “fixed” up by Outlook, or word, and broken a comment.

\s\Source\Easy View-Installer\Camera View-Installer.vdproj"2016-06-21T.6486928Z Error message highlight pattern: 2016-06-21T.6486928Z Warning message highlight pattern: 2016-06-21T.5701254Z Microsoft Visual Studio 2015 Version 14.0.25123.0.2016-06-21T.5701254Z Copyright (C) Microsoft Corp.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.But there is a tweak which will help you to enable the same and you will now be allowed to build the MSI setup project from the command line itself.HRESULT = '8000000A'." Per Stack Overflow ([[ this is a known issue with VS 2010 and won't be fixed by Microsoft.The error can almost always be resolved by forcing another build manually.Now restart the build process from the command line and everything will be working as you expected. It doesn’t install Visual Studio assemblies in the Global Assembly Cache (GAC) and it doesn’t use for the most part the main Windows Registry.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.You’ll need to configure the build to compile the entire solution first, and then invoke Visual Studio to create the setup package.Let’s walk through creating a simple build definition to build a vdproj.This stopped the errors on the setup application, but not the actual application itself. Checking into the app.config file, I stumbled across the cause.It looks like somebody had pasted code that had been “fixed” up by Outlook, or word, and broken a comment.

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