After having used a buildconfiguration for doing remote runs from visual studio for months we suddenly had a problem today. We use TFS as the VCS root. THe problem is the following:
- I change some files in my solution and select the remote run option under teamcity menu in visual studio
- The local changes dialog work as expected and I can choose wich files I want to process with my remote run
- When I select the play button (configure personal build) on the local changes dialog I get the following error message:
- In the %Temp%/jetlogs i find the following message:
00:29:15.831: Thread:1: [TFS, Workspace] Located version control type - Microsoft.VisualStudio.TeamFoundation.VersionControl.VersionControlExt
00:29:15.831: Thread:1: [TFS, Workspace] Located version control type assembly - Microsoft.VisualStudio.TeamFoundation.VersionControl.VersionControlExt, Microsoft.VisualStudio.TeamFoundation.VersionControl, Version=10.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b03f5f7f11d50a3a
00:29:16.077: Thread:1: EXCEPTION: Error in the application.
JetBrains.TeamCity.EventTrackers.NoSuitableConfigurationsException: Error in the application.
at JetBrains.TeamCity.RemoteRun.PersonalBuild.PersonalBuildConfigurator.DoConfigurePersonalBuild(IEnumerable`1 pendingChanges, String dialogTitle) in c:\BuildAgent\work\2e0eafe570b487fe\src\TeamCity.RemoteRun\src\PersonalBuild\PersonalBuildConfigurator.cs:line 133
at JetBrains.TeamCity.RemoteRun.PersonalBuild.PersonalBuildConfigurator.<>c__DisplayClass2.<ConfigurePersonalBuild>b__0() in c:\BuildAgent\work\2e0eafe570b487fe\src\TeamCity.RemoteRun\src\PersonalBuild\PersonalBuildConfigurator.cs:line 71
- We are currently using teamcity version 6.5.1.
- Teamcity can detect changes made by manual checkin in visual studio or tfs and I can do manual run on the teamcity server.
- The problem seem to be somewhere between the visual studio addin and the teamcity server.
- The problem is the same for all users and all build configurations on the teamcity server.
Anoyone experienced the same problems or have som tips on where to start looking?