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Please ensure the solution builds before running or debugging it.
Any help the community can provide would be MOST appreciated!!! I would suggest removing all the Nuget packages from your Android project.
I have created an web application on my local machine and I am deploying it to sharepoint.
With every policy that installs a package, we always have a handful of machines that will successfully install the package but fail to run a Recon post-install. Here is a sample log: Executing Policy Adobe Flash 11.9.900.170... This package is a PKG or an MPKG, and the file is not found. Retrieving inventory preferences from https://org:8443/... I've had other bigger problems with the upgrade to 9.3 that I haven't spent much time trying to figure out what is causing this one.
Attempting to open the package as a flat package... Successfully installed Adobe Flash Player_11.9.900.170 I have a number of test machines, some of which are exhibiting these symptoms, and they are awake and connected via Ethernet.
I have narrowed down the problem to a few pie charts that I have included.
When I remove the pie charts the report deploys perfectly.
Many companies are using these and other features in thousands of production deployments. You are currently viewing the BOOK: Professional Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services ISBN: 978-0-470-24201-8 section of the Wrox Programmer to Programmer discussions.This is a community of tens of thousands of software programmers and website developers including Wrox book authors and readers. By joining today you can post your own programming questions, respond to other developers questions, and eliminate the ads that are displayed to guests. I recently upgraded to SQL 2008 R2 and I have created a new report in BIDS.Downloading Share/Packages/Adobe Flash Player_11.9.900.170.. Only some do this, and not necessarily all the time, I may get failures and then later the policy works. Searching path: /Applications Locating package receipts... I've seen this issue with kiosk computers that are connected with ethernet to our network and set to never sleep.