How do you tell 3.0 is installed?


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byron

I went through the3.0 installation (3.0 redist, SDK, extensions) and
I have the new Workflow project availalbe, but the IDE still lists the
version as 2.0.50727.

I also have a new folder "Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Extensions for
Windows Workflow Foundation" on the disk containing files and others
folders.

Is this to be expected? I seems there's no indication through the IDE
that anything has changed; you have to poke around looking for keys
things that weren't there prior to the installation.
 
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Michael Nemtsev

Hello (e-mail address removed),

Check the direcory under indows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v3.0\
I went through the3.0 installation (3.0 redist, SDK, extensions) and
I have the new Workflow project availalbe, but the IDE still lists the
version as 2.0.50727.

I also have a new folder "Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Extensions for
Windows Workflow Foundation" on the disk containing files and others
folders.

Is this to be expected? I seems there's no indication through the IDE
that anything has changed; you have to poke around looking for keys
things that weren't there prior to the installation.
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team blog: http://devkids.blogspot.com/

"The greatest danger for most of us is not that our aim is too high and we
miss it, but that it is too low and we reach it" (c) Michelangelo
 
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RobinS

When you create a new project in Visual Studio, does it have new project
types under VB and/or C#? Does it have a line listing ".Net Framework 3.0"
? Mine shows WPF, WCF, XAML, but no WF, so maybe that's a separate
installation, but shouldn't you see something there?

Robin S.
 

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