this fixed the problem for me! –Greenish May 30 '14 at 18:35 welcome glad to know it helped you –Ahmad Moussa Jun 1 '14 at 15:27 It This allows to share projects with many devs without setting up IIS or SQL Server for each individual user. –Bart Verkoeijen Nov 17 '13 at 10:03 add a comment| up vote You can post this on SQL Server forum or submit this problem to Microsoft Connect: http://connect.microsoft.com/SQLServer Best Regards,Alexander Sun [MSFT] MSDN Community Support | Feedback to us Marked as answer by http://stackoverflow.com/questions/13001441/delete-mdf-file-from-app-data-causes-exception-cannot-attach-the-file-as-databa Solved my issue –Tseng May 10 '14 at 18:44 3 only needed to do the first two steps (stop and delete) to resolve my issue –JonAlb May 24 '14 at
Now I receive an exception: The underlying provider failed on Open. ==> Cannot attach the file MYDB.mdf as database 'MYDB'. Attachdbfilename If you delete the files only, you end up with an error like mentioned above. Finally I ran CodingWithSpike's same commands from Package Manager Console and that worked. Works fine in VS20102Mapping and sql database creation17How do I connect to an older sql database using LocalDb in VS 2012?32Cannot attach the file *.mdf as database0Connectionstring to mdf file2“Cannot attach
Cannot Attach The File Defaultconnection Mdf As Database Defaultconnection
Not the answer you're looking for? read this post here In short the issue is that after deleting the .mdf file, the following exception is thrown when I try to access the DB using EF 5.0. System.data.sqlclient.sqlexception: Cannot Attach The File Executed update-database in package manager console. Cannot Attach File As Database Because This Database Name Is Already Attached With File You will face a reinstall, since you don't have access to a lot of the tools to remedy the situation. –DarkNeuron Jun 23 '13 at 1:48 add a comment| up vote
Open the "Developer Command Propmpt for VisualStudio" under your start/programs menu. http://gpscheduler.com/cannot-attach/cannot-attach-database-file.html Sometimes it fixes it to delete the DB. Is this a bug??? Description:An unhandled exception occurred during the execution of the current web request. Error Number:1832,state:1,class:14
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share|improve this answer answered Mar 27 '14 at 19:19 Edgar Salazar 15211 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote Connect to (LocalDb)\v11.0 using Sql server management studio, delete the db |datadirectory| Can I switch from past tense to present tense in an epilogue? Either you want to specify a db-file, then you absolutely need this line, or you don't.
If YES, the problem is somewhere in the abyss of VS2013 config and versioning and nuget and stuff.
Finally I ran CodingWithSpike's same commands from Package Manager Console and that worked. Any way to fix this? Tank-Fighting Alien Assigning a unique representation to equivalent circular queues Singular cohomology and birational equivalence what are 'hacker fares' at a flight search-engine? http://gpscheduler.com/cannot-attach/cannot-attach-the-file-as-database-mvc-4.html My manager said I spend too much time on Stack Exchange.