It appears that I have the same problem referenced here: http://www.openriaservices.net/MonoX/Pages/SocialNetworking/Discussion/dtopic/F9UPYOe_kE2uUaT0AVrfUw/Web-Built-but-I-cant-seem-to-reference-the-web-from-the-silverlight-project/
I've updated the Silverlight project file: <LinkedOpenRiaServerProject>..\Manager.Web\Manager.Web.csproj</LinkedOpenRiaServerProject>
I've replaced the packages in my web project:
I'm having the same problem, server is compiling good but not my client models. I follow all migration tips from WCF RIA to OpenRia but the generated code on client side is still not generated.
The only thing I have while compiling the client project is this :
packages\OpenRiaServices.Client.CodeGen.126.96.36.199\build\OpenRiaServices.Client.CodeGen.targets(302,5): warning : The following exception occurred creating the MEF composition container:
packages\OpenRiaServices.Client.CodeGen.188.8.131.52\build\OpenRiaServices.Client.CodeGen.targets(302,5): warning : Unable to load one or more of the requested types. Retrieve the LoaderExceptions property for more information.
packages\OpenRiaServices.Client.CodeGen.184.108.40.206\build\OpenRiaServices.Client.CodeGen.targets(302,5): warning : The default code generator will be used.
It seems that the 'CreateOpenRiaClientFilesTask' is generating those warnings.
Could you help me because I can't fix this issue since I upgraded my solution to SL5 / EF 6 / Open RIA / .NET 4.6...
I've completely given up on open ria services, and silverlight. This is a dead donkey and it's time to move on.
When you get MEF composition problems it is probably something wrong with the setup of the server project setup.
To troubleshoot you need to see the LoaderExceptions message.
I don't remember if you can set the build output verbosity in VS to debug in order to see it or if you need to debug the code generation (see https://openriaservices.codeplex.com/wikipage?title=Debugging%20Open%20Ria%20Code%20generation%20source&referringTitle=Documentation