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Rule for project "X”  is not specified. Error Message

Posted on 2006-06-26
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This error occurs when loading a recently created application in Delphi 7.0

Never seen this one before?

Thanx,

G
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Question by:Greg Rowland
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by:atul_parmar
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try specifying a full path and filename for the target file.
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by:Greg Rowland
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My original project name was "Win32Encrypt.dpr". Seems the IDE simply does not like the name for some reason. Even after recreating the project the same error message persisted.

Having changed the project name to “DataEncrypt.dpr” now it works fine.

Go figure. I did find your suggestion on other searches, however once the error occurs the project fails to load for editing, it was just easier to change the name  

Thanx,

G

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by:atul_parmar
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But if you like the name, (what the IDE doesn't like) just change it after you compile it.
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by:Scay7
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Or make it W1n32Encrypt  :P

Peace Scay7
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