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Which works great if you build out of Visual Studio – but what about automated builds?Turns out they don’t understand the setup project, so you have to do some tweaking to get it to work.However, the team build fails when trying to build these projects.The error is There are a few results returned searching for a solution to this problem (including several pages on Stack Overflow) and they pretty much all boil down to the one suggestion of adding or setting a value of 0 for Enable Out Of Proc Build to the key HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Visual Studio.0_Config\MSBuild We followed this advice and, while it allowed us to build the setup projects from a command line on the build machine, it hasn't helped with the team build.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.

Alternative Reason My problem had to do with Visual Studio versioning, however.

.", you will find more info about the error (and then post your log). Drive letter:\Program Fi...)\openerp ....\server\server\I tried for a long to debugg the issue but in vain.

look also at the end of your file: _columns is ordr_id or order_id for Maniganda: line_ids is there !!! So I removed the complete module and is reworking on the code now.

Then I suggest that before you do that in TFS, you'll have to get it working from the command line first on TFS build agent server, otherwise the build will never work in TFS.

And in the Command Line step, I found that something you need to change: The solution path and project path you should make sure it is correct and it could be found on build agent server. Sources Directory) may represents 'C:\Agent_work

Alternative Reason My problem had to do with Visual Studio versioning, however.

.", you will find more info about the error (and then post your log). Drive letter:\Program Fi...)\openerp ....\server\server\I tried for a long to debugg the issue but in vain.

look also at the end of your file: _columns is ordr_id or order_id for Maniganda: line_ids is there !!! So I removed the complete module and is reworking on the code now.

Then I suggest that before you do that in TFS, you'll have to get it working from the command line first on TFS build agent server, otherwise the build will never work in TFS.

And in the Command Line step, I found that something you need to change: The solution path and project path you should make sure it is correct and it could be found on build agent server. Sources Directory) may represents 'C:\Agent_work\1\s'. Make sure you're calling the correct to build the solution. We followed that blog and posts on various sites from Stack Overflow and Microsoft.

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Alternative Reason My problem had to do with Visual Studio versioning, however..", you will find more info about the error (and then post your log). Drive letter:\Program Fi...)\openerp ....\server\server\I tried for a long to debugg the issue but in vain.look also at the end of your file: _columns is ordr_id or order_id for Maniganda: line_ids is there !!! So I removed the complete module and is reworking on the code now.Then I suggest that before you do that in TFS, you'll have to get it working from the command line first on TFS build agent server, otherwise the build will never work in TFS.And in the Command Line step, I found that something you need to change: The solution path and project path you should make sure it is correct and it could be found on build agent server. Sources Directory) may represents 'C:\Agent_work\1\s'. Make sure you're calling the correct to build the solution. We followed that blog and posts on various sites from Stack Overflow and Microsoft.

\s'. Make sure you're calling the correct to build the solution. We followed that blog and posts on various sites from Stack Overflow and Microsoft.

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