This is the error msg:
An exception of type 'System.IO.FileNotFoundException' occurred in Telerik.Storage.Extensions.DLL but was not handled in user code
This is my code which fails on the first line in the constructor.
I have attached an image of the stacktrace.
In case you were wondering I have tried the overloaded constructor
context = new Context("BikesDB", DatabaseLocation.Local);
Also I thought it might have to do with the Package capabilities in appx manifest but no avail.
I have also tried the following option:
string dbPath = Path.Combine(Windows.Storage.ApplicationData.Current.LocalFolder.Path, "BikesDB");
context = new Context(dbPath, DatabaseLocation.Fullpath);
I only have a reference to the Telerik Component (not SQLite).
Is there a workaround?
11 Answers, 1 is accepted
Thank you for using Data Storage for Windows 8!
I am not able to reproduce this crash but it may be a dependency issue related to missing VC++ Run-time libraries. Could you please check if your machine has VC++ redistributables installed?
You can find them here: VC++ Redistributables 2013 Preview
If this is not your case, can you please share more information about your current project and development environment.
I am looking forward to your reply.
Thanks for your reply
I have referenced the following assemblies (Also see attached image):
Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Package (12.0) - C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\v8.1\ExtensionSDKs\Microsoft.VCLibs\12.0\
RadControls for Windows 8 (2013.2.806)
Telerik Data Storage for Windows 8 XAML (2013.2.814)
I am also trying to run your demo project (DataStorageDemoXAML) included in the vsix download zip file (Telerik_Data_Storage_8.1_XAML_2013_2_814.zip) without success.The references is exactly the same.
I have also attached Visual Studio Version information.
Microsoft Visual Studio Ultimate 2013 Preview
My operating System is:
Windows 8.1 Pro Preview x64
Could it not have something to do with perissions on my local profile? My machine is connected to our company domain.
– Tim Heuer
I've noticed the same on my machine. I have the following two folders created in my local profile
user.domain (eg. jaco.pch)
user~domain (eg. jaco~pch)
Might be a sqlite bug?
The same exception for me. I even tried to manually add reference to C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\v8.1\ExtensionSDKs\Telerik.Storage.XAML\2013.2.814\References\CommonConfiguration\x86\Telerik.Storage.Extensions.dll and also checked it’s in the output dir. Probably some issue with versions / signing (?)
I have reinstalled the VC++ redistributables as recommended by you without success. Same error!
Please see details of my machine configuration on a different post on this forum.
Thank you for your effort to clarify the circumstances related to the issue.
I've prepared the same environment with Windows 8.1 Pro Preview and VS 2013 Public Preview and managed to launch the demo application without any problem.
The only difference is the version of your VS2013 Preview, because it is updated. I did my tests of the demo application Data Storage for Windows 8.1. package. You can see the public preview version of VS2013 that I I've used previously to prepare the the attached image.
Can you tell me how to update my Visual Studio to your version?
The symbols like '~' shouldn't cause any problem, I tested this too.
I am looking forward to your reply.
Thanks so much for going through all the effort to try and resolve our issue.
We have manually installed the Visual Studio 2013 Preview Update 2 from within Visual Studio. I have checked again and these are the different versions:
12.0.20617.1 Preview - Bulent
12.0.20623.01 Update - PCH
I have asked our developer again to try and get this to work without any success. The Telerik components we have installed are:
One thing to note though is that the latest version of SQLite is not working either. I had to uninstall the latest version and settle with an older version.
sqlite-winrt81-3080002 (NOT WORKING)
In the meantime I have reinstalled my personal machine with Windows 8.1 Enterprise and Visual Studio 2013 RC and can confirm that this is working fine here. Currently we cannot develop with your control because we can't get it to work on all machines.
Thank you for the useful information in your reply.
I'm pretty sure that the problem is related to breaking changes in VC++ run-time libraries provided with the Update 2 of VS2013 Preview. I'm not able to apply this update, since Visual Studio offers me only to update to the RC version that is not compatible with Windows 8.1 Preview too.
The version 2013_2_814 of Data Storage wraps the SQLite version 3.7.17. and the next release will wrap version 3.8.x . Having your comment related to the non working SQLite engine we will test carefully for any compatibility issues.
We are going to provide an updated version of the Data Storage for VS2013 RC and Windows 8.1. straight after they are publicly released. This should happen in a period of 3 to 4 weeks.
Thank you once again for your valuable feedback. Do not hesitate to write us back should you have any other suggestions and/or issues with our components.
Bulent - I know this is an old post, but hopefully there was some resolution to this.
I am currently having this same issue with the FileNotFoundException. I am using the 2015.1.420.45 release of Data Storage for Windows Universal (targeting Windows Phone 8.1).
I am able to run this on the emulator and deploy to a device if I build in debug mode. If I build in Release, I get the same error on both the emulator and when deployed to device.
at System.StubHelpers.StubHelpers.GetWinRTFactoryObject(IntPtr pCPCMD)
at Telerik_Storage.Database.GetOrCreateDatabase(String databaseName, DatabaseLocation location)
at Telerik.Storage.Extensions.Context..ctor(String databaseName, DatabaseLocation location)
In case anyone stumbles across this, I've found a more relevant thread and am working from it now.
This is the correct the link from the previous post: http://www.telerik.com/forums/urgent-release-configuration-throws-exception-0x8007007e