Im back doing my 5-yearly attempt to create a Xojo app in Linux.
Having created a fresh VM of 64bit Mint 19.3
Installed current Xojo Linux
Opened a project from my Mac
Tried to run in Debug mode
I get an error about Class MSSQLServerPreparedStatement
Since this isnt a database app and I have no MSSQL code in the project anywhere, there is no place I can go to in order to ‘remove or fix’ the non-existent class.
ANy ideas how to resolve this (first) hurdle?
diid you remove the MS SQL Plugin from the plugins folder?
Not yet. I always heard that its not supposed to be compiled if it isnt referenced
Yes, but if your project references it, the compiler can then show where. I mean, once you removed it.
It definitely doesnt, but I’ll try removing the plugin.
Removed the plugin Same error.
MSSQLPreparedStatement is missing ExecuteSQL
I have no database code in my project at all.
Actually the error is now SQLPreparedStatementMBS
Which plugin might that be coming from?
Happens on a totally blank project.
Anyone know where the caches are kept on Linux?
THat’s my plugin. Please update it to current version if you use it in Xojo 2020r1/r2
There isnt one called SQLPreparedStatementMBS, though…
I now have no plugins with the letters SQL in the name at all.
And I have cleared caches.
One of the other plugins must reference this somewhere.
I’ll try updating the plugin versions
SQLPreparedStatementMBS can be part of a property declaration in some module in your code?
It’s a class in our MBS Xojo SQL Plugin.
This happens in a brand new, completely empty project.
And the MBS Xojo SQL Plugin is no longer in the plugins folder.
Cache cleared? No plugins?
Maybe Xojo people can help?