Dot net 1.1 in Dot net 2.0


N

Nishanth

Hi all,

I have a code that is compiled and runs in VS 2003, which i believe
runs 1.1 frameworks,

I want to know if we can do any of the following

1. I want to compile the code in 1.1 framework but run on 2.0
framework in the same machine, as I believe it is not possible to
configure VS 2003 to run and compile the code on 2.0 framework.

2. if the above the scenario is not possible will I be able to run the
1.1 code in a system that has got only 2.0 framework installed.

Thanks,
Nishanth
 
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J

Jeroen

I have a code that is compiled and runs in VS 2003, which i believe
runs 1.1 frameworks,

Correct: if you compile in VS 2003 you usually only have access to the
1.1 framework's functionality.

1. I want to compile the code in 1.1 framework but run on 2.0
framework in the same machine, as I believe it is not possible to
configure VS 2003 to run and compile the code on 2.0 framework.

2. if the above the scenario is not possible will I be able to run the
1.1 code in a system that has got only 2.0 framework installed.

You can compile in VS 2003 against .NET 1.1. If you run the app, what
happens depends:

- If you have .NET 1.1 on the machine, it will use that framework
regardless of anything else.
- If you *don't* have .NET 1.1, but any higher version (for
example .NET 2) then your application will run with the higher .NET
framework.

In my experience the latter type of compatibility works flawless for
99.9% of the cases - when we tried it with our medium-sized standalone
application it only had one or two visual glitches in RTF textboxes.


Regards,
Jeroen
 
N

Nishanth

Correct: if you compile in VS 2003 you usually only have access to the
1.1 framework's functionality.



You can compile in VS 2003 against .NET 1.1. If you run the app, what
happens depends:

- If you have .NET 1.1 on the machine, it will use that framework
regardless of anything else.
- If you *don't* have .NET 1.1, but any higher version (for
example .NET 2) then your application will run with the higher .NET
framework.

In my experience the latter type of compatibility works flawless for
99.9% of the cases - when we tried it with our medium-sized standalone
application it only had one or two visual glitches in RTF textboxes.

Regards,
Jeroen

I have removed all older version of the dot net framework and have
only v 2.0 installed and the asp .net application is running fine but
a message box pops up saying assertion failed abort, retry, ignore.
after clicking ignore a couple of times the application starts running
fine, but the error message keeps popping up at every action. Do you
have any ideas abt the settings that we have to do to remove this
hindrance.

Regards,
Nishanth
 
J

Jeroen

Dear Nishanth,

Sorry, I don't know too much about ASP.NET. Although there might very
well be folks around this particular group that have an answer to your
question I'd suggest you repost this as a new thread in the ASP.NET
groups.

Regards,
Jeroen
 
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V

VistaDB

application is running fine but
a message box pops up saying assertion failed abort, retry, ignore.
after clicking ignore a couple of times the application starts running
fine, but the error message keeps popping up at every action. Do you
have any ideas abt the settings that we have to do to remove this
hindrance.


First you are running in DEBUG mode - or you would not see that.

Second, where in the code is the Debug.Assert() being thrown? You
probably have something that is broken, look where the error is
happening and fix it.
 

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