VS2010 New ED (rLink) - Object Not Found

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  1. Steven
    Steven avatar
    4 posts
    Member since:
    Sep 2008

    Posted 01 May 2010 Link to this post

    Hi all,

    just in case you've had the problems i've just had of Visual Studio 2010 not liking the addition of a new Entity Model - It gives you the dreaded object not set to an instance of an object error when you try and edit the rlink... if i wasnt so poor i'd have thrown my monitor out of the window of my 3rd floor flat... Anyway 2 hours later i managed to get the following to word...

    Step 1:

    Create rlink in VS2010, just the connection details are important for now, not so much the model

    Step 2:

    In VS2008SP1 Create your model as you want it

    Step 3:

    After shutting down both versions of Visual Studio use the Trusty Notepad++ Copy the model details from the VS2008 model to the VS2010 model.

    Step 4:

    Re-open your VS2010 project and voila, i can now see my Entity Diagram and actually do something with it

    Hope this helps anyone having the same problems, love the Telerik stuff... the OpenAccess side of things always brings us a few headaches unfortunately,

    running VS2010 - Ntier VB, MVC, WebForms Development



  2. Dimitar Kapitanov
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    632 posts

    Posted 03 May 2010 Link to this post

    Hello Steven,
    Actually we are working on the Visual Designer for OpenAccess ORM support for VS2010 even in this very moment. So far we didn't provide VS2010 because of some code-generation problems that we're facing. But we already has a working solution that we are testing, and hopefully very soon we will be able to output an internal build or a SP release that contains the VS2010 support.

    Best wishes,
    Dimitar Kapitanov
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