|Title:||I install it but I can create a connection in VS2013|
|Last Modified:||2013-12-28 12:15:15|
|Version Found In:||184.108.40.206|
anonymous added on 2013-12-26 10:36:02:
I have installed the latest version, but when I try to create a new connection in VS2013 I don't see the SQLite provider. In the wizard installation I ensure to check the options to installed this feature. I have use Windows 8.1 and VS2013 with a normal user account and privileges. Thanks.
mistachkin added on 2013-12-27 01:08:56:
Could you please post all the setup logs? The log files should be located in the %TEMP% directory on the target machine. They will have names similar to "Setup Log 2013-12-25 #001.txt" and "Installer.exe.trace.tmp29.log". Also, please check for a log file named "dd_vcredist_x86_2013*.log" in the %TEMP% directory as well.
mistachkin added on 2013-12-27 11:13:03:
I reviewed the log files you uploaded; however, I did not find the any named "Installer.exe.trace.tmp*.log" and those contain the most useful diagnostic data for this type of issue. Do you still have those logs available somewhere?
mistachkin added on 2013-12-27 13:05:05:
Ok, I've reviewed the new logs and found no obvious issues. Is an error message seen when starting Visual Studio 2013 or when trying to add a data source? Are you using Visual Studio 2013 Standard Edition or better?
anonymous added on 2013-12-27 15:26:52:
I don't get any error message in any time (installation, open VS2013 or creating the connection). The only issue is that when when I try to create a new connection, I don't have the option of select SQLilte provider. I am using VS2013 ultimate.
anonymous added on 2013-12-27 15:38:42:
Well, if I star VS2013 with a account with admin privileges then I can create a connection. Then I start a again VS2013 with the first account user, and the problem persist. So the problem it seems with normal user accounts. would it be possible to enable the possibility to create a connection from a normal user account? Thanks.
mistachkin added on 2013-12-27 21:41:19:
The design-time components are only available for use by the user that installed them.
mistachkin added on 2013-12-27 21:53:08:
One possible workaround is to open a Visual Studio 2013 command prompt and run the following command:
anonymous added on 2013-12-28 08:18:40:
I is it possible to install the design-components in a user that has not admin privileges? because it's is needed to install it. Also I try to execute the comand that you told me, but I can't find the devenv.exe file. Could you tell me which is the default path of this file? Thanks.
anonymous added on 2013-12-28 09:00:18:
I run the command that you say and it works. Although it gives me an warning, now I can create the connection. Thank so much.
mistachkin added on 2013-12-28 12:15:15:
The design-time components installer fix (i.e. running 'devenv.exe /setup' automatically) is now on trunk via check-in [6a8017067f].