Target Designer fails to connect to SQL Server


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Guest

I am using an evaluation copy of XP Embedded, 2.00.0807l.0.

I have been building successfuly then for no obvious reason I started to get
build error in the Target Designer. This is now an intermittent problem which
comes and goes for no reason. The build errors were

Starting run-time build at: 02/03/2006 10:09:56...
R: Building: "Base Component [Version 5.1.2600.1106, R1507]"...
R: Building: "Base Performance Counters [Version 5.1.2600, R620]"...
Error 1005 (0x3ED) in "PlatformLib::CopySrcFile2": File not found:
"perfos.dll"
R: Error 1005: File not found: "perfos.dll"
Error 1005 (0x3ED) in "PlatformLib::CopySrcFile2": File not found:
"perfproc.dll"
R: Error 1005: File not found: "perfproc.dll"
R: Building: "Base Support Binaries [Version 5.1.2600.1106, R1507]"...
Error 1005 (0x3ED) in "PlatformLib::CopySrcFile2": File not found:
"makecab.exe"
R: Error 1005: File not found: "makecab.exe"

I think I have traced the problem to target Designer not communicating to
the database correctly.

I am using MICROSOFT SQL SERVER 2000 DESKTOP ENGINE running on my local
machine, the SQL Server Service Manager is version 8.00.760. From my status
bar I see that the SQL server is running.

How can I test that the SQL Server can be seen by Target Designer. Do I have
to set anything up in Target Designer to see the SQL Server.

Tools -> Component Database Manager (Databse tab) seems to be correct.

Any suggestions?
 
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Adora Belle Dearheart

B said:
I am using an evaluation copy of XP Embedded, 2.00.0807l.0.

I have been building successfuly then for no obvious reason I started to get
build error in the Target Designer. This is now an intermittent problem which
comes and goes for no reason. The build errors were

Starting run-time build at: 02/03/2006 10:09:56...
R: Building: "Base Component [Version 5.1.2600.1106, R1507]"...
R: Building: "Base Performance Counters [Version 5.1.2600, R620]"...
Error 1005 (0x3ED) in "PlatformLib::CopySrcFile2": File not found:
"perfos.dll"
R: Error 1005: File not found: "perfos.dll"
Error 1005 (0x3ED) in "PlatformLib::CopySrcFile2": File not found:
"perfproc.dll"
R: Error 1005: File not found: "perfproc.dll"
R: Building: "Base Support Binaries [Version 5.1.2600.1106, R1507]"...
Error 1005 (0x3ED) in "PlatformLib::CopySrcFile2": File not found:
"makecab.exe"
R: Error 1005: File not found: "makecab.exe"

I think I have traced the problem to target Designer not communicating to
the database correctly.

I am using MICROSOFT SQL SERVER 2000 DESKTOP ENGINE running on my local
machine, the SQL Server Service Manager is version 8.00.760. From my status
bar I see that the SQL server is running.

How can I test that the SQL Server can be seen by Target Designer. Do I have
to set anything up in Target Designer to see the SQL Server.

Tools -> Component Database Manager (Databse tab) seems to be correct.

Any suggestions?

I've had these sorts of problems from a corrupt database, from getting
low on hard drive space, and from changing the machine name.
 
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Guest

Adora Belle Dearheart said:
B said:
I am using an evaluation copy of XP Embedded, 2.00.0807l.0.

I have been building successfuly then for no obvious reason I started to get
build error in the Target Designer. This is now an intermittent problem which
comes and goes for no reason. The build errors were

Starting run-time build at: 02/03/2006 10:09:56...
R: Building: "Base Component [Version 5.1.2600.1106, R1507]"...
R: Building: "Base Performance Counters [Version 5.1.2600, R620]"...
Error 1005 (0x3ED) in "PlatformLib::CopySrcFile2": File not found:
"perfos.dll"
R: Error 1005: File not found: "perfos.dll"
Error 1005 (0x3ED) in "PlatformLib::CopySrcFile2": File not found:
"perfproc.dll"
R: Error 1005: File not found: "perfproc.dll"
R: Building: "Base Support Binaries [Version 5.1.2600.1106, R1507]"...
Error 1005 (0x3ED) in "PlatformLib::CopySrcFile2": File not found:
"makecab.exe"
R: Error 1005: File not found: "makecab.exe"

I think I have traced the problem to target Designer not communicating to
the database correctly.

I am using MICROSOFT SQL SERVER 2000 DESKTOP ENGINE running on my local
machine, the SQL Server Service Manager is version 8.00.760. From my status
bar I see that the SQL server is running.

How can I test that the SQL Server can be seen by Target Designer. Do I have
to set anything up in Target Designer to see the SQL Server.

Tools -> Component Database Manager (Databse tab) seems to be correct.

Any suggestions?

I've had these sorts of problems from a corrupt database, from getting
low on hard drive space, and from changing the machine name.

Thanks for the suggestions. I have never changed the machine name. I have
12Gb free disk space.

How can I check to see if the database is corrupt?
 
T

The Rob

B,
I am using an evaluation copy of XP Embedded, 2.00.0807l.0.

I have been building successfuly then for no obvious reason I started to
get
build error in the Target Designer. This is now an intermittent problem
which
comes and goes for no reason. The build errors were

Starting run-time build at: 02/03/2006 10:09:56...
R: Building: "Base Component [Version 5.1.2600.1106, R1507]"...
R: Building: "Base Performance Counters [Version 5.1.2600, R620]"...
Error 1005 (0x3ED) in "PlatformLib::CopySrcFile2": File not found:
"perfos.dll"
R: Error 1005: File not found: "perfos.dll"
Error 1005 (0x3ED) in "PlatformLib::CopySrcFile2": File not found:
"perfproc.dll"
R: Error 1005: File not found: "perfproc.dll"
R: Building: "Base Support Binaries [Version 5.1.2600.1106, R1507]"...
Error 1005 (0x3ED) in "PlatformLib::CopySrcFile2": File not found:
"makecab.exe"
R: Error 1005: File not found: "makecab.exe"

I think I have traced the problem to target Designer not communicating to
the database correctly.

I am using MICROSOFT SQL SERVER 2000 DESKTOP ENGINE running on my local
machine, the SQL Server Service Manager is version 8.00.760. From my
status
bar I see that the SQL server is running.

How can I test that the SQL Server can be seen by Target Designer. Do I
have
to set anything up in Target Designer to see the SQL Server.

Tools -> Component Database Manager (Databse tab) seems to be correct.

Any suggestions?

Just a thought (in case you´re not posting from your develop machine):
Did you make sure you´re connected to the network?
That was the case for me once when I had the same problem...

Otherwise, see if this helps;
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/d...elopmentToolsFailToConnectToSQLServerMSDE.asp
or
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/d...ilenotfounderrorwhenyoubuildrun-timeimage.asp

HTH,
Rob
 
G

Guest

The Rob said:
B,
I am using an evaluation copy of XP Embedded, 2.00.0807l.0.

I have been building successfuly then for no obvious reason I started to
get
build error in the Target Designer. This is now an intermittent problem
which
comes and goes for no reason. The build errors were

Starting run-time build at: 02/03/2006 10:09:56...
R: Building: "Base Component [Version 5.1.2600.1106, R1507]"...
R: Building: "Base Performance Counters [Version 5.1.2600, R620]"...
Error 1005 (0x3ED) in "PlatformLib::CopySrcFile2": File not found:
"perfos.dll"
R: Error 1005: File not found: "perfos.dll"
Error 1005 (0x3ED) in "PlatformLib::CopySrcFile2": File not found:
"perfproc.dll"
R: Error 1005: File not found: "perfproc.dll"
R: Building: "Base Support Binaries [Version 5.1.2600.1106, R1507]"...
Error 1005 (0x3ED) in "PlatformLib::CopySrcFile2": File not found:
"makecab.exe"
R: Error 1005: File not found: "makecab.exe"

I think I have traced the problem to target Designer not communicating to
the database correctly.

I am using MICROSOFT SQL SERVER 2000 DESKTOP ENGINE running on my local
machine, the SQL Server Service Manager is version 8.00.760. From my
status
bar I see that the SQL server is running.

How can I test that the SQL Server can be seen by Target Designer. Do I
have
to set anything up in Target Designer to see the SQL Server.

Tools -> Component Database Manager (Databse tab) seems to be correct.

Any suggestions?

Just a thought (in case you´re not posting from your develop machine):
Did you make sure you´re connected to the network?
That was the case for me once when I had the same problem...

Otherwise, see if this helps;
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/d...elopmentToolsFailToConnectToSQLServerMSDE.asp
or
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/d...ilenotfounderrorwhenyoubuildrun-timeimage.asp

HTH,
Rob

My development machine is not conencted to the network. Why would this make
a difference?

I have tried the 2 links and both seem to be OK.
 
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T

The Rob

B said:
The Rob said:
B,
I am using an evaluation copy of XP Embedded, 2.00.0807l.0.

I have been building successfuly then for no obvious reason I started
to
get
build error in the Target Designer. This is now an intermittent problem
which
comes and goes for no reason. The build errors were

Starting run-time build at: 02/03/2006 10:09:56...
R: Building: "Base Component [Version 5.1.2600.1106, R1507]"...
R: Building: "Base Performance Counters [Version 5.1.2600, R620]"...
Error 1005 (0x3ED) in "PlatformLib::CopySrcFile2": File not found:
"perfos.dll"
R: Error 1005: File not found: "perfos.dll"
Error 1005 (0x3ED) in "PlatformLib::CopySrcFile2": File not found:
"perfproc.dll"
R: Error 1005: File not found: "perfproc.dll"
R: Building: "Base Support Binaries [Version 5.1.2600.1106, R1507]"...
Error 1005 (0x3ED) in "PlatformLib::CopySrcFile2": File not found:
"makecab.exe"
R: Error 1005: File not found: "makecab.exe"

I think I have traced the problem to target Designer not communicating
to
the database correctly.

I am using MICROSOFT SQL SERVER 2000 DESKTOP ENGINE running on my local
machine, the SQL Server Service Manager is version 8.00.760. From my
status
bar I see that the SQL server is running.

How can I test that the SQL Server can be seen by Target Designer. Do I
have
to set anything up in Target Designer to see the SQL Server.

Tools -> Component Database Manager (Databse tab) seems to be correct.

Any suggestions?

Just a thought (in case you´re not posting from your develop machine):
Did you make sure you´re connected to the network?
That was the case for me once when I had the same problem...

Otherwise, see if this helps;
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/d...elopmentToolsFailToConnectToSQLServerMSDE.asp
or
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/d...ilenotfounderrorwhenyoubuildrun-timeimage.asp

HTH,
Rob

My development machine is not conencted to the network. Why would this
make
a difference?

In my case it was as k_s and Slobodan mention in this thread
http://groups.google.com/group/micr...6eb?q=error+1005&rnum=6&#doc_6a080cb107af7ffe
I have tried the 2 links and both seem to be OK.

In worst case you´d probably need to reinstall the database, but I hope that
someone else has a better solution for you...

BR,
Rob
 
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