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If you select Save Emulator state when you shut down Microsoft Pocket PC 2002 Emulator before the debugger stops and then you try to deploy the same application again, you may receive the following error message and Visual Studio .NET does not deploy the application to Pocket PC 2002 Emulator:
There were deployment errors. Continue?
This problem occurs because there is a file sharing violation. By default, application files are saved in the My Device\Program Files\ApplicationName folder in Smart Device Emulator. ApplicationName is the same name as your smart device project. When you select Save Emulator state during shut down, Emulator retains the files under My Device\Prgram Files\ApplicationName folder. When you try to deploy the application again immediately after shut down, Visual Studio .NET does not deploy the application because of the filesharing violation.
To work around this problem, use one of the following methods:
Steps to Reproduce the Behavior
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Using the Emulator in Smart Device Projects