LỖI THE SYSTEM CANNOT FIND THE PATH SPECIFIED

I created a C# Website using Visual studio 2015 in my laptop, i copied the same folder to my desktop system and open in Visual studio 2015, when i try to run the application its suddenly gives following error.

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The operation could not be completed. The system cannot find the path specified

Anybody feel same error in your latest Visual Studio 2015? I updated all the latest patches.

following trial are done

Re created the soluition file(.sln)Deleted Web.config and added new one

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Still the error exists, so i cant able to debug or run the application.


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Abhilash ThomasAbhilash Thomas
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(1) Run VS as an admin (or elevated access) and open the solution. (2) Set up a project as Start up Project (if you have multiple proj) (3) Set up page as start up page.

this should help you run it


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answered Oct 24 "16 at 14:46
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SANKAR RAMANSANKAR RAMAN
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Create manually (WindowsExplorer if necessary) a folder with name "Service References". Even if the folder doesn"t appear in the Solution Explorer, is there.Try adding the wsdl (xml) file again.

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I experienced this error. When I shorten the file path of the solution, the error disappear. I think you may put your solution to a folder with too long path name or your solution have some file with too long name.


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