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.NET Framework sp 2

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1235 Oct 7,2002 04:06 AM Oct 8,2002 05:48 AM General Discussion 1
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Craig Morris
Asked On October 7, 2002 04:06 AM

What is the recommended way to handle the upgrades to the microsoft framework? My application is a .Net framework sp2 based app do I need to get a new version of the software from syncfusion? This is an interesting problem since if I don't have a version of the tools running against the same framework version will the runtime be able to handle 2 different framework versions running within the same process. I think the .Net Framework can do this but it still means I have to deploy more then 1 version of the .Net Framework to every target computer for my app. What is SyncFusion recommending?

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On October 8, 2002 05:48 AM

Hi Craig, All assemblies using the old version will be automatically bumped up to use the new version. SP2 is not a side by side install. We have tested our latest version (1.1) with SP2 and it works just fine. You should have no trouble upgrading. If you do have any trouble upgrading please do let us know and we will look into ASAP. Regards, Daniel Syncfusion

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