Typical Compilation Errors¶
When compiling custom code either by clicking Validate Code or indirectly via simulation/optimization start some compilation errors might appear. Next typical errors are listed with its solutions,
Extended Variables names typos¶
An extended variable name is used and there is a typo in its name. Extended variables names cannot be modified. They are declared in the region
ExtendedVariable. Those are used along the custom code in different ways, make sure the name is exactly the same as the one in the
From custom code,
#region ExtendedVariables // State variables private ExtendedVariable CDWgL; ... #endregion
we use in line 55
CDWgL extended variable,
this.CDWg.DisplayName = "CDW (g/L)";
"Error (CS1061). Line: 55, Column: 7. 'Novasign.IdentificationToolbox.Simulation.DataClass.Simulation_VariablesExtended' does not contain a definition for 'CDWg' and no extension method 'CDWg' accepting a first argument of type 'Novasign.IdentificationToolbox.Simulation.DataClass.Simulation_VariablesExtended' could be found (are you missing a using directive or an assembly reference?)"
CDWgL is typed as
CDWg, missing the last
L. The compiler is trying to find a non declared variable named
CDWg resulting in exception
does not contain a definition for 'CDWg'.
When custom code gets generated for the first time, or after clicking the
Reset Code or
Update mandatory variables, code sections will be reset/replaced possibly containing sections that can not be automatically determined by the toolbox (e.g., SimMin value). In that case, a place holder
TOBESET is provided expecting user to replace it by the proper value.
Following exception is shown,
"Error (CS0103). Line: 27, Column: 22. The name 'TOBESET' does not exist in the current context"
when in line 27, there is following code,
this.XAxis.SimMin = TOBESET; // Start value
expecting user to provide a valid value for that field,
this.XAxis.SimMin = 1.2; // Start value