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I can not install for 2017

Derick Coleman 1 year ago in Feature Requests / Requests for platform support • updated by Nicola Gilroy 1 month ago 4

6/6/2017 10:30:44 AM - Microsoft VSIX Installer
6/6/2017 10:30:44 AM - -------------------------------------------
6/6/2017 10:30:45 AM - Initializing Install...
6/6/2017 10:30:45 AM - Extension Details...
6/6/2017 10:30:45 AM - Identifier         : 6c84f75d-38c3-48a2-9e54-d362238686b5
6/6/2017 10:30:45 AM - Name               : OzCode
6/6/2017 10:30:45 AM - Author             : CodeValue D.T.
6/6/2017 10:30:45 AM - Version            : 3.0.0.3893
6/6/2017 10:30:45 AM - Description        : Your Road to Magical Debugging
6/6/2017 10:30:45 AM - Locale             : en-US
6/6/2017 10:30:45 AM - MoreInfoURL        : http://www.oz-code.com/
6/6/2017 10:30:45 AM - InstalledByMSI     : False
6/6/2017 10:30:45 AM - SupportedFrameworkVersionRange : [4.5,)
6/6/2017 10:30:45 AM - 
6/6/2017 10:30:45 AM - SignatureState     : Unsigned
6/6/2017 10:30:45 AM - Supported Products : 
6/6/2017 10:30:45 AM - Microsoft.VisualStudio.Community
6/6/2017 10:30:45 AM - Version : [15.0,16.0)
6/6/2017 10:30:45 AM - 
6/6/2017 10:30:45 AM - References         : 
6/6/2017 10:30:45 AM - Signature Details...
6/6/2017 10:30:45 AM - Extension is not signed.
6/6/2017 10:30:45 AM - 
6/6/2017 10:30:45 AM - Searching for applicable products...
6/6/2017 10:30:50 AM - Found installed product - Global Location
6/6/2017 10:30:50 AM - Found installed product - ssms
6/6/2017 10:30:50 AM - Found installed product - ssms
6/6/2017 10:30:50 AM - VSIXInstaller.NoApplicableSKUsException: This extension is not installable on any currently installed products.
   at VSIXInstaller.App.InitializeInstall(Boolean isRepairSupported)
   at VSIXInstaller.App.InitializeInstall()
   at System.Threading.Tasks.Task.InnerInvoke()
   at System.Threading.Tasks.Task.Execute()

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Hi Derick, sorry to hear you're having problems installing OzCode. Do you have Build Tools 2017 installed by any chance?

There are known issues with the build tools 2017 which cause problems when installing extensions, and Microsoft is currently working on a fix. You can try to temporarily uninstall Build Tools, and then try to install OzCode. 


Does that help?

I'm having exactly the same problem today, tried installing on Visual Studio Enterprise version 15.8.4 and the installer detects my earlier Visual Studio versions but not 2017. 


17/09/2018 12:23:02 - Microsoft VSIX Installer
17/09/2018 12:23:02 - -------------------------------------------
17/09/2018 12:23:02 - Initializing Install...
17/09/2018 12:23:02 - Extension Details...
17/09/2018 12:23:02 -  Identifier         : 6c84f75d-38c3-48a2-9e54-d362238686b5
17/09/2018 12:23:02 -  Name               : OzCode
17/09/2018 12:23:02 -  Author             : CodeValue D.T.
17/09/2018 12:23:02 -  Version            : 3.1.0.3913
17/09/2018 12:23:02 -  Description        : Your Road to Magical Debugging
17/09/2018 12:23:02 -  Locale             : en-US
17/09/2018 12:23:02 -  MoreInfoURL        : http://www.oz-code.com/
17/09/2018 12:23:02 -  InstalledByMSI     : False
17/09/2018 12:23:02 -  SupportedFrameworkVersionRange : [4.5,)
17/09/2018 12:23:02 -
17/09/2018 12:23:02 -  SignatureState     : Unsigned
17/09/2018 12:23:02 -  Supported Products :
17/09/2018 12:23:02 -   Microsoft.VisualStudio.Community
17/09/2018 12:23:02 -    Version : [15.0,16.0)
17/09/2018 12:23:02 -
17/09/2018 12:23:02 -  References         :
17/09/2018 12:23:02 - Signature Details...
17/09/2018 12:23:02 -  Extension is not signed.
17/09/2018 12:23:02 -
17/09/2018 12:23:02 - Searching for applicable products...
17/09/2018 12:23:02 - Found installed product - Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Shell - Integrated Mode
17/09/2018 12:23:03 - Found installed product - Microsoft Visual Studio Premium 2013
17/09/2018 12:23:03 - Found installed product - Microsoft Visual Studio Professional 2013
17/09/2018 12:23:03 - Found installed product - Microsoft Visual Studio 2013 Shell (Integrated)
17/09/2018 12:23:03 - Found installed product - Microsoft Visual Studio Enterprise 2015
17/09/2018 12:23:03 - Found installed product - Microsoft Visual Studio Professional 2015
17/09/2018 12:23:03 - Found installed product - Microsoft Visual Studio Community 2015
17/09/2018 12:23:03 - Found installed product - Microsoft Visual Studio 2015 Shell (Integrated)
17/09/2018 12:23:03 - Found installed product - Global Location
17/09/2018 12:23:03 - Found installed product - ssms
17/09/2018 12:23:03 - VSIXInstaller.NoApplicableSKUsException: This extension is not installable on any currently installed products.
   at VSIXInstaller.App.InitializeInstall(Boolean isRepairSupported)
   at VSIXInstaller.App.InitializeInstall()
   at System.Threading.Tasks.Task.InnerInvoke()
   at System.Threading.Tasks.Task.Execute()

Sorry to hear about this problem! Is the problem only with OzCode? Can you install other extensions for VS?
Are you using the latest update to VS2017? You can check using the release notes here: https://www.visualstudio.com/en-us/news/releasenotes/vs2017-relnotes

If you aren't, as a first step, I would recommend switching to the latest version of VS2017.

I would appreciate it if you could please follow these steps in order to try fixing the problem:
1. Find out where your VSIXInstaller.exe for VisualStudio 2017 file is.
for example if you have VS community the path-name will likely be: 
C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio\2017\Community\Common7\IDE\VSIXInstaller.exe
or for example if you have VS community the path-name will likely be:
C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio\2017\Enterprise\Common7\IDE\VSIXInstaller.exe

 
2. Go to command line, make sure the OzCode installer (OzCode_x.x.x.xxxx_FOR_VS2017.vsix ) is in your current directory, and execute the command (change the path-name as required): 
"C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio\2017\Community\Common7\IDE\VSIXInstaller.exe" OzCode_x.x.x.xxxx_FOR_VS2017.vsix 

Please let us know if this helps or not.

Hi Leo, it turns out that my Visual Studio installer had been stuck in a paused state from the previous time it had run, I found this out when trying to update a couple of existing extensions. A quick “modify” from Programs and Features sorted it out and I was then able to install OzCode.