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Explore the Telerik Public Issue Tracking system and vote to affect the priority of the items. During my coding, I happen to get this error continuously. The event was still in lower case. open the Form1.vb file (not the Form1.Designer.vb file)2. this content

Alex 3 posts Member since: Feb 2013 Posted 21 May 2013 Link to this post i Just happen to try to add a report (VS 2010, and Windows 2003) and I Parameter name: String Value cannot be null. Posted by Jose M. I've never worked with reports before.

Visual Studio Value Cannot Be Null Parameter Name Path1

How do unlimited vacation days work? Also if after the error I press the link "Ignore and Continue" it shows the form fine at design time, but why it is failing in the first place?

 StevieTimes SO HAPPY thanks again Cheers!! Now you're saying "all the event handlers must use the Handles keyword".

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  • After I deleted that handle and saved the file, then the designer was working again.
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  • Reply With Quote Feb 14th, 2013,12:35 PM #22 GBeats View Profile View Forum Posts Fanatic Member Join Date Feb 2013 Posts 788 Re: Help !!! "value cannot be null" Paramater name:
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Reply With Quote Quick Navigation Visual Basic .NET Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Visual Basic Visual Basic .NET VB.net CodeBank Visual Basic Rate the posts that helped you! Most probably it will be already underlined in red. Visual Basic Value Cannot Be Null As far as I am aware, this bug appeared out of the blue.

Your answer removes the event handlers - you know if you click Ignore and continue it removes all the event handlers and the form designer renders - but then you have Visual Studio Value Cannot Be Null. Parameter Name Solutiondirectory Guess what? Attach a file File Name Submitted By Submitted On File Size RunProjectCode.png arnie 8/11/2015 38 KB Microsoft Connect Terms of Use Trademarks Privacy Statement © 2016 Microsoft Please wait... I do not see any mistake in my code.

dlamprey 25 posts Member since: Jan 2007 Posted 05 May 2010 Link to this post Getting the same issue here. Value Cannot Be Null Parameter Name Content Type As kindly asked in our previous post, any additional information in reproducing this on our end would be highly appreciated. Peter Admin 1611 posts Posted 10 May 2010 Link to this post Hello dlamprey, Did you try using theUpgrade Wizard as my colleague suggested?If you still experience difficulties send us a Just replace your class modifier from Friend to Public and it resolves the issue Kind Regards, S0LARIS.

Visual Studio Value Cannot Be Null. Parameter Name Solutiondirectory

If the value of reference type is not initialized, it's null. Do you want to know when a feature you care about is added or when a bug fixed? Visual Studio Value Cannot Be Null Parameter Name Path1 I had discovered it on my own 6 months ago through lots of pain and trial and error.The real resolution is that VS2015 now has a new feature/option in the Xaml Visual Studio Value Cannot Be Null Parameter Name Project Code: Public Class Form1 Private Sub Form1_Load(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) End Sub Private Sub radOnSurface_CheckedChanged(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) COPsecim() End Sub Private Sub

It's just common sense. news Reply With Quote Feb 14th, 2013,11:44 AM #19 Shaggy Hiker View Profile View Forum Posts Super Moderator Join Date Aug 2002 Location Idaho Posts 28,757 Re: Help !!! "value cannot be Posted by Mark F VB Coder on 4/23/2014 at 11:16 AM I just found this dialog...had the same error, which prevents openning form in designer mode without scary error message...soffice to General FAQ Ask a Question Bugs and Suggestions Article Help Forum Site Map Advertise with us About our Advertising Employment Opportunities About Us Ask a Question All Questions All Unanswered FAQ Visual Studio 2015 Value Cannot Be Null Parameter Name Path1

The conclusion is: labelX12 is null. Stevie's answer allows you to keep the forms event in tact. –Jeremy Thompson Mar 26 '15 at 23:12 Oh, and Stevie's answer was not a solution to my particular Parameter name: String Advertise | Privacy | Mobile Web01 | 2.8.161110.1 | Last Updated 5 Oct 2011 Copyright © CodeProject, 1999-2016 All Rights Reserved. have a peek at these guys See it or post it here. #define true ((rand() % 2)?

Put the code back; little by little, keep removing code until your form opens. Visual Studio Value Cannot Be Null Parameter Name Compositionservice Value cannot be null. So, I then went back into the editor and selected all the code lines that I previously commented out and then used the Ctrl-K Ctrl-U editor shortcut to uncomment the lines.

Telerik Reporting team) are using 64 bit machines and we have not been able to produce such a problem.

Mark DeMichele 74 posts Member since: Oct 2005 Posted 11 Jun 2010 Link to this post Did anyone make progress on this. Switching it to proper case to match the actual control fixed it. Check the upper/lower case on your event names! Value Cannot Be Null Parameter Name Moniker In my case it says Parameter Name: "Item".When I look at a stack trace of the exception it is the actual resource dictionary name/path to be merged.

Open the form designer. Try closing the report designer, delete the .resx file of the report, rebuild the project and try opening the designer again. guga 11 posts Member since: Mar 2012 Posted 16 Jul 2012 Link to this post I have the same problem as Brian Workman. check my blog For example, if you place a button on a form, create the Click event handler and then remove this button from the form.  StevieTimes | 2014-12-05 I found another cause of