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Got error messages while publishing in VB 2005 Express Edition

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    MuGMaN

    Hello. I have an application written with Visual Basic 2005 Express Edition Beta 2, and I have trouble deploying this application due to these error messages. I have also installed SDK 2.0 Beta 2.

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    Warning 2 Could not find resources for culture 'en-US'. Using culture 'en' instead. C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50215\Microsoft.Common.targets 0 0 


    Warning 5 SignTool reported an error 'Failed to sign publish\Page TV Archives Database_1_0_0_5\Page TV Archives Database.exe.manifest. sm.exe failed: Value cannot be null.
    Parameter name: uriString
    '. C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50215\Microsoft.Common.targets 0 0 


    Warning 6 SignTool reported an error 'Failed to sign publish\Page TV Archives Database.application. sm.exe failed: Value cannot be null.
    Parameter name: uriString
    '. C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50215\Microsoft.Common.targets 0 0 

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    It says my application is published successfully, but if I run Setup.exe, I get the same error message.
    Please help me out.

    Thanks a bunch in advance.

    MuGMaN.

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    Maurits

    See this forum post
    Basically, apps cannot have spaces in their name currently.

    Note: Yahoo beat Google this time.

    Yahoo search - returns a useful result
    Google search - returns only a useless result

    EDIT: Heh, the useless result Google returns even includes this all-too-true sentence:
    Can anyone see where I am going wrong? I've spent a few hours
    'googling' for the answer but with no luck.
    Now if only they'd spent a few seconds "yahooing" for the answer Wink

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    MuGMaN

    Haha. Yeah. I should've "Yahooed". Smiley
    Oh well. It was this simple mistake that made all the trouble. Since problem is solved, I can sleep now. (hehe, I suffered from insomnia because of this. Tongue Out)

    Thanks a lot for your help.

    I feel like "yahooing" more often from now on.


    MuGMaN.

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    Maurits

    In the interest of completeness, MSN wins even more...

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    Sampy

    This was my bad but it's fixed in later builds Smiley

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