[1492] No compatible agents

After I upgraded from build 1480 to build 1492, I couldn't run my sln2005
configuration, as the server says that there are 'No compatible agents'.

Any idea why?

Regards,
Pablo

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A wise person makes his own decisions, a weak one obeys public opinion.
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Pablo Montilla
www.odyssey.com.uy

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Hello Pablo,

Please, check if system.DotNetFramework2.0 property is defined in you agents
properties file
(\bin\buildAgent.properties) system.DotNetFramework1.1 and system.DotNetFramework2.0 are .NET Framework availability markers on agent computer. -- Eugene Petrenko JetBrains, Inc http://www.jetbrains.com "Develop with pleasure!" PM> After I upgraded from build 1480 to build 1492, I couldn't run my PM> sln2005 configuration, as the server says that there are 'No PM> compatible agents'. PM> PM> Any idea why? PM> PM> Regards, PM> Pablo PM> A wise person makes his own decisions, a weak one obeys public PM> opinion. PM> -- Chinese proverb PM> Pablo Montilla PM>]]> www.odyssey.com.uy


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On Fri, 28 Jul 2006 07:32:39 -0300, Eugene Petrenko
<eugene.petrenko@jetbrains.com> wrote:

Hello Pablo,

>

Please, check if system.DotNetFramework2.0 property is defined in you
agents properties file (<agent install path>\bin\buildAgent.properties)

>

system.DotNetFramework1.1
and
system.DotNetFramework2.0

>

are .NET Framework availability markers on agent computer.

>
That did the trick.

You should probably include that property in the default installation.

Regards,
Pablo

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No special reason, just government policy.

Pablo Montilla
www.odyssey.com.uy

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Hello Pablo,

Thank you.
We have an issue to make agent discover available .NET Frameworks automaticly
and set up
those properties implicitly.

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Eugene Petrenko
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

PM> On Fri, 28 Jul 2006 07:32:39 -0300, Eugene Petrenko
PM> wrote: PM> >> Hello Pablo, >> >> Please, check if system.DotNetFramework2.0 property is defined in you >> agents properties file (> path>\bin\buildAgent.properties) >> >> system.DotNetFramework1.1 >> and >> system.DotNetFramework2.0 >> are .NET Framework availability markers on agent computer. >> PM> That did the trick. PM> PM> You should probably include that property in the default PM> installation. PM> PM> Regards, PM> Pablo PM> -- PM> PM> No special reason, just government policy. PM> PM> Pablo Montilla PM>]]> www.odyssey.com.uy


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