After migration VS 2013 C++ project throws error TRK0005: Failed to locate: "CL.exe". The system cannot find the file specified.

Like earlier, I was involved in migration of VS 2013 C++ Outlook add-in project which was created in Visual Studio 2010. During the compilation I encountered the following error: In general, CL.exe is Visual Studio Compiler. So it should be in your Visual Studio installation directory. if there is no cl.exe in the directory, then…

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After migrating to VS 2013 C++ Outlook add-in throws error MSB6006: "CL.exe" exited with formula –1073741515

Recently I tried migrating the C++ Outlook add-in project (https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/ee941475(v=office.14).aspx). This project was created in Visual Studio 2010 and we tried migrating to Visual Studio 2013.  During compilation, I encountered the following error: error MSB6006: "CL.exe" exited with formula –1073741515 The same code compiled, worked successfully in Visual Studio 2010. We haven’t done any changes…


More to try… ASP.Net vNext, .NET Native, RyuJIT and develop ASP.Net vNext apps on Mac!!

Earlier I covered about .Net Framework vNext. In addition to that, you can try out the ASP.Net vNext, .NET Native and RyuJIT releases by installing Visual Studio 14 CTP3. ASP.Net vNext: ASP.Net vNext is the new version of ASP.NET for web sites and services. We’ve continued to add new features and improve the development experience…

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Migrated custom C++/CDOSYS app throws compiler errors

Recently I was working with one of the developer who earlier designed an CDOSYS based mail component in his C++ application built using earlier Visual Studio (2005) version . After migration to VS 2008 environment, they noticed compile errors with the same code/no changes made. When I debugged further and noticed that the msado15.tlh and…

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Nutshell: Automation using # imports with Exchange Server environment is good or bad?

Automation using # imports ? As you know, Automation (OLE Automation), the technology that allows you to take advantage of an existing program’s functionality and incorporate it into your own applications. This technology can greatly simplify and speed up your development. # imports: In C/C++ preprocessor, we have a directive called "#imports" is available. Using…