VS 2002 and Framework 1.0/1.1 SP upgrades


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Guest

This is a question regarding service packs for the .NET Framework. We are
still using Visual Studio .NET 2002 development environment to write our
ASP.NET apps. However, on our app servers we also have .NET Framework 1.1
installed. Our current versions of framework offerings are 1.0 SP2 and then
framework 1.1 with NO service pack. I know that as far as coding against the
..NET Framework goes, since we are using VStudio 2002, we are coding against
the 1.0 Framework.

So my question is, when there are new Framework service packs released, do
we need to only install the 1.0 SPs since we are coding with VStudio 2002?
Or do the latest 1.1 framework SPs essentially rollup all the 1.0 changes?
Since we code against the 1.0 Framework, just seems upgrading 1.1 service
packs wouldn't do anything. Right now the 1.0 Framework is up to SP3 and the
1.1 Framework is up to SP1. I just want to know if I only need to install
1.0 SP3, only 1.1 SP1 or both.

Thanks!

-Mike
 
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Carlos J. Quintero [.NET MVP]

So my question is, when there are new Framework service packs released, do
we need to only install the 1.0 SPs since we are coding with VStudio 2002?
Or do the latest 1.1 framework SPs essentially rollup all the 1.0 changes?

Each .NET Framework is different and so are their SPs. So you need to
install the latest service pack available for each .NET Framework that you
have installed on your system(s).
Since we code against the 1.0 Framework, just seems upgrading 1.1 service
packs wouldn't do anything.

Yes, upgrading .NET Framwork 1.1 with service packs for 1.1 won´t upgrade
your .NET Framework 1.0. You have to install SPs to .NET Framework 1.0 too.
Right now the 1.0 Framework is up to SP3 and the
1.1 Framework is up to SP1. I just want to know if I only need to install
1.0 SP3, only 1.1 SP1 or both.

Both if you have .NET Framework 1.0 and 1.1 on the same machine. Otherwise,
only the one which matches the one installed.

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