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Could not find schema information for the element

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Hi,

I am getting the below messags when I build my project - they are almost 100. I am not sure what mistake I am doing.
Can anyone tell how to getrid of them.

Message      1      Could not find schema information for the element 'northernTrustDataConfiguration'.      C:\Work\GPQ\PriceQuery\PriceQuery\Web\PriceQueryWeb\Web.config      38      4      PriceQueryWeb
Message      2      Could not find schema information for the attribute 'CachingProvider'.      C:\Work\GPQ\PriceQuery\PriceQuery\Web\PriceQueryWeb\Web.config      38      35      PriceQueryWeb
Message      3      Could not find schema information for the attribute 'DefaultConnection'.      C:\Work\GPQ\PriceQuery\PriceQuery\Web\PriceQueryWeb\Web.config      38      70      PriceQueryWeb
Message      4      Could not find schema information for the attribute 'DefaultProvider'.      C:\Work\GPQ\PriceQuery\PriceQuery\Web\PriceQueryWeb\Web.config      38      95      PriceQueryWeb
Message      5      Could not find schema information for the element 'Providers'.      C:\Work\GPQ\PriceQuery\PriceQuery\Web\PriceQueryWeb\Web.config      39      6      PriceQueryWeb
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Hi, you can try the following:


Use the button in Visual Studio that says "Create Schema" and it should create an xsd schema for you. Then save the schema in an appropriate place and see the "Properties" tab of the app.config file where there is a property named Schemas. If you click the change button there you can select to use both the original dotnetconfig schema and your own newly created one.

If that doesn't work, then see if this helps:
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/179927/how-to-resolve-could-not-find-schema-information-for-the-element-attribute-xxx
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this generally happens if you don't add proper assembly reference in your project. have a look at the following discussions:

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/174430/log4net-could-not-find-schema-information-messages
http://forums.asp.net/t/1078424.aspx
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Thanks a lot
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