vb net 2012 there were build errors would you like to continue and run the last successful build

Hi,

I hope that someone is able to help. I have opened a project that I have not used in a while and when I try to run it receive the message "vb net 2012 there were build errors would you like to continue and run the last successful build". I do not receive any critical messages so why wont it build?

Best Regards,

Ross
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Fernando SotoRetiredCommented:
To your statement, ""vb net 2012 there were build errors would you like to continue and run the last successful build"", we will not be able to answer that type question without getting more information.

We can tell that it is a compile error and not a runtime error. So I would ask the last time you had this program open, did the program compile and run without errors? Since the last time you ran this solution did you upgrade VS to VS2013?
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it_saigeDeveloperCommented:
You can also try to clean the project/solution and rebuild to see if this will clear up your issue.Capture.JPGOtherwise, you need to open the Error List view in order to see the errors.Capture.JPG-saige-
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Jacques Bourgeois (James Burger)PresidentCommented:
What do you call a critical message? When the application cannot compile, this is the only message that you usually get. You need to look somewhere else to get the information.

Problems that prevents an application are usually called Errors, not "critical messages". When you receive the message that you got, you should usually give a look at the Errors section of the Error List window that is available at the bottom of the Visual Studio screen by default.

If you do not see it, it can be activated through the View menu.
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