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Stuart Hemming asked on 14 Jul 2010, 10:29 PM
I have run the 'Check Settings' dialog against my persistent classes project and got the following warnings...
Validator           : <connections> section
Resolution          : Can be fixed manually by specifying valid
                       node 'databasename' value
                       <connections>
                       
                       <connection id="RSDConnection">
                       
                       <databasename>
                       [valid value]
                       </databasename>
                       
                       </connection>
                       
                       </connections>
Description         : 'databasename' node can not be empty.
I got the message repeated for 'servername' and 'integratedSecurity' too.

What I don't understand is why it says that the node cannot be empty when, clearly, it can. At least the project compiles and runs OK.

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answered on 15 Jul 2010, 03:18 PM
Hi Stuart Hemming,

You can ignore those warnings. They are shown only to warn you if your project does not work and point you where the problem could be. Since the validators of the wizard are executed per project, they cannot determine if you have those settings specified in another referenced project, which would work. They are also not very relevant if you are using connection strings instead of the old OpenAccess connection settings.
So again, you can just ignore them as long as the project is working.

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Alexander
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answered on 15 Jul 2010, 03:25 PM
Fair enough.

Ta.

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