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    Beginner Guest

    Repost: The maximum number of errors has been exceeded.


    I posted this question a week ago. Although I got one reply, I was wondering
    if anyone else could help. To recap, I ran my VB6 project through the VB.NET
    Upgrade Wizard. When it was done, the Task List only showed the first 102
    errors and that 'the maximum number of errors has been exceeded'. I want
    to know the exact number of errors. There's a big difference upgrading a
    project with 150 errors versus a project with 5,000 errors. Is there a way
    to know the exact number of errors?

    If this can't be changed, this is a major show-stopper with the Upgrade Wizard.

    "Beginner" <a@b.c> wrote:
    >
    >I ran a VB6 project (about 10,000 - 15,000 LOC) through the VB.NET Upgrade
    >Wizard. The Task List is only showing me 102 errors. It says that 'the maximum
    >number of errors has been exceeded'. Is there a way to change this maximum
    >or get a complete list of all the errors I have to fix? It would be very
    >helpful to know exactly how much code I have to fix.
    >



  2. #2
    Mark Jerde Guest

    Re: Repost: The maximum number of errors has been exceeded.

    I've never run the wizard but here's a couple ideas...

    1) Could you estimate the total # of errors? If the wizard made it 25% of
    the way through the code and had 100 errors you could ***-u-me 400 errors
    total.

    2) Break up the project into several projects just for conversion.

    -- Mark

    "Beginner" <a@b.c> wrote in message news:3b9502c7$1@news.devx.com...
    >
    > I posted this question a week ago. Although I got one reply, I was

    wondering
    > if anyone else could help. To recap, I ran my VB6 project through the

    VB.NET
    > Upgrade Wizard. When it was done, the Task List only showed the first 102
    > errors and that 'the maximum number of errors has been exceeded'. I want
    > to know the exact number of errors. There's a big difference upgrading a
    > project with 150 errors versus a project with 5,000 errors. Is there a way
    > to know the exact number of errors?
    >
    > If this can't be changed, this is a major show-stopper with the Upgrade

    Wizard.
    >
    > "Beginner" <a@b.c> wrote:
    > >
    > >I ran a VB6 project (about 10,000 - 15,000 LOC) through the VB.NET

    Upgrade
    > >Wizard. The Task List is only showing me 102 errors. It says that 'the

    maximum
    > >number of errors has been exceeded'. Is there a way to change this

    maximum
    > >or get a complete list of all the errors I have to fix? It would be very
    > >helpful to know exactly how much code I have to fix.
    > >

    >




  3. #3
    Jim Pragit Guest

    Re: Repost: The maximum number of errors has been exceeded.


    Hi Beginner,

    When you run the VB.NET Upgrade Wizard, it creates an Upgrade Report. This
    report (named _UpgradeReport.htm) is added to your VB.NET solution as an
    additional file. The total number of errors is displayed in the bottom right
    of the report.

    - Jim

    "Beginner" <a@b.c> wrote:
    >
    >I posted this question a week ago. Although I got one reply, I was wondering
    >if anyone else could help. To recap, I ran my VB6 project through the VB.NET
    >Upgrade Wizard. When it was done, the Task List only showed the first 102
    >errors and that 'the maximum number of errors has been exceeded'. I want
    >to know the exact number of errors. There's a big difference upgrading a
    >project with 150 errors versus a project with 5,000 errors. Is there a way
    >to know the exact number of errors?
    >
    >If this can't be changed, this is a major show-stopper with the Upgrade

    Wizard.
    >
    >"Beginner" <a@b.c> wrote:
    >>
    >>I ran a VB6 project (about 10,000 - 15,000 LOC) through the VB.NET Upgrade
    >>Wizard. The Task List is only showing me 102 errors. It says that 'the

    maximum
    >>number of errors has been exceeded'. Is there a way to change this maximum
    >>or get a complete list of all the errors I have to fix? It would be very
    >>helpful to know exactly how much code I have to fix.
    >>

    >



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