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Unhandled exception when creating a project.

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  1. Martin
    Martin avatar
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    16 Jan 2015
    22 Jan 2015
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    Hi folks I have a couple of questions.

    We installed the trial version of Sitefinity. I`ve created a project on my machine and everything seems to be running well. I started developing and getting a sense of the CMS. I uploaded the project on TFS and my colleague got the sources, but when he builds the solution its seems of all the refrences are missing and does not compile because it does not find the namespace  Telerik.Sitefinity.Cloud.WindowsAzure in the class AzureWebRole.cs,

    1.What to do so when creating a project the corresponding side can work freely.

    When he tries to create a project he gets the following exception. I`ve attached a file with the error.  ==> Application Exception. No signature key is proved. 

    2. What should be done so he can create a project?

     What I find strange is that the default project is getting hosted and the solution is being build without problems but others project which are added are problematic.

    Resolution to second problem - > The problem was that when added a project which is offline and the references are missing this was the exception caught when trying to create a new project. I moved all projects which are "problematic" and hosted a new project, but still can understand how to fix the issue with the project under source control

  2. Bilyana Ivanova
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    21 Nov 2016
    27 Jan 2015
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    Hi Martin,

    In your other post, you mentioned, that now the dll-s are located and that you managed to start the project. Are you all set?

    I would also suggest that you use the project manager only for the initial project creation and any project upgrades, that you do in the future. For the actual hosting of the application it would be best if you host the project on IIS.

    Regards
    Bilyana
    Telerik
     
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