Over the past few weeks, some of our readers have encountered the error code: project error ca0055 could not be loaded. Several factors can cause this problem. We’ll cover them below.
The code analysis tool was unable to load the target file for which analysis was specified. Occurs when the file cannot be found or is denied access. This usually happens if the user has overridden the ownership of the input assembly in Visual Studio or manually invoked fxcopcmd.exe.
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Regarding another similar question, I am getting two StyleCop errors in the assembly:
But contrary to the questionsSu, another reformatting like reinstalling all the hardware on my simulator did NOT solve the problem. We are using Visual Studio 2010 Service Pack 1 (SP1) and targeting Dotnet 4.0.
Here’s some more details that might help someone figure out what’s wrong, installed:
I also tried to create a mix in Visual Studio 2012 RTM to get a more detailed content pack of the second error –
CA0055 An error occurred while parsing the code.CA0055: C: Users username source project name Debug xxx.exe could not be loaded.The following error occurred while checking the System.Windows.Forms module:Type [System Link: Drawing, Version = 18.104.22.168, Culture = neutral,PublicKeyToken = b03f5f7f11d50a3a] System.Drawing.BitmapSuffixInelliteAssemblyAttribute.[Errors and Warnings](Global)
Does anyone have a referral there? No one else gets this error often, so there is definitely something weird about my own setup that I accidentally copied when re-booking my computer. But what ?
I have an updated Visual Studio solution – use the .NET Framework 4.5. It turned out thateverything works fine until I started fixing the following errors when doing code analysis as part of an assembly:
CA0052: destination not selectedCA0055: D: dev MySolution MyProject bin Release MyProject.exe could not be loaded. The error was encountered shortly after reading the System.Xml segment: The link could not be resolved: means [mscorlib, Version = 22.214.171.124, Culture = neutral, PublicKeyToken = b77a5c561934e089] System.Runtime.CompilerServices.IAsyncStateMachine
I found it odd that I confirm that the application has an assembly reference to System.Xml. I even tried adding the manual again, but it didn’t make any difference. Interestingly, the range (IAsyncStateMachine) was first introduced in .NET 4.5, although it is contained in the documented version of mscorlib 126.96.36.199. This is because 4.5 is an in-place update.
I informed you that you will receive separate copies of the reference assemblies located in the
C: Program Files (x86) Reference Assemblies Microsoft Framework .NETFramework folder. The assembly mscorlib.dll in all displayed v4.0 folders received not
IAsyncStateMachine , but the one located in the v4.5 folder. .Can. What. Become. Relevant?
Opening the ..csproj file, I found that anotherassembly reference suspiciously matches the following HintPath definition
C: Program (x86) Reference files Assemblies Microsoft Framework .NETFramework v4.0 System.Web.dll
Adding this particular link again caused Visual Studio to change this task:
completed true AllRules.ruleset pdbonly true AllRules.ruleset
I was at the top level today to set up a new hosting for team building. It seems that all our projects are implemented after the creation of the Code Research (FXCop). In one job, he worked on a development PC but failed on an update machine.
Error CA0055 means that “the file onfound far away “or” could not be loaded “from the new analysis module. I first diagnosed an issue with domain names that had more than 256 emails (assembly and solution names seemed long), which might be an MSBuild issue, but it isn’t / p>
Finally, I looked at the * .CodeAnalysisLog.xml file in the art directory. This led to various internals popping up and I found it was every missing DLL referenced by a DLL called the main DLL – so close! I have added this dll to the show links to make sure it is in the build directory and is absolutely correct.
TIP: Read the detailed FXCop log file – this IDE displays more than the summary
Today I proceeded to install the new Team Build server. All our ideas are brought to life after the creation of the path analysis (FXCop). On a project where it worked, I would say the developer PC crashed on most construction vehicles.
Error CA0055 is usually associated with the assembly “file not found” or “could not scan the entire download “. At first I suspected that there was a disease with path names longer than 256 characters (long assembly and patch names) that could lead to an MSBuild problem, but this is not the case.
Finally, I looked for some of them in the build directory of the * .CodeAnalysisLog.xml file. This was a great internal exception, and I found it was a missing DLL that a DLL was supposed to reference that was being referenced by another DLL – so two errors! I added this DLL to actually use the project references to make sure it is on the build site and everything is fine.
TIP: Read our detailed FXCop log file – home shows more than just a summary in the IDE