.NET 1.1 Components under 2.0


G

Guest

Hi,

If I develop an application using the .NET 2.0 Framework which has a
component specifically designed for 1.1 (such as VSFlexGrid.NET) do I need to
install both .NET 1.1 and 2.0 re-distributables on the target machines?

Thanks a bunch.

-- Val
 
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Andrew Robinson

if you built it with VS2005 then it targets the 2.0 framework and will in
all likelyhood not run against 1.1. If you want it to run under the 1.1
framework you need to built it with VS2003.

-Andrew
 
M

Mattias Sjögren

If I develop an application using the .NET 2.0 Framework which has a
component specifically designed for 1.1 (such as VSFlexGrid.NET) do I need to
install both .NET 1.1 and 2.0 re-distributables on the target machines?

No, an application can only use one version of the CLR anyway. By
default the application will load the v2 runtime since that's what it
compiled against, so that's the only version you need installed.


Mattias
 
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G

Guest

Andrew,

I don't think you understood my question. I have several third party
compontents (Such as VSFlexGrid) which are .NET 1.1 versions. I have not
plans in the short term to upgrade those to the latest versions which are 2.0
versions. I do know that I can build and compile a VS2005 project with the
1.1 components. Given this, will I need to have the users install both the
1.1 and 2.0 versions of the .NET framework with the 1.1 version just to
support the components?

Thanks

--- Val
 

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