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Build Error 'Syncfusion_Calculate_CalcEngine_ComputeBahtText_string'

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131044 Jun 16,2017 10:36 PM Jun 19,2017 08:00 AM Xamarin.iOS 1
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Tags: XlsIO
Balasubramanian Ramanathan
Asked On June 16, 2017 11:56 PM

Hi,I am using xlsio portable and in visual studio mac when i try to debug the application in iphone5 i get the following errorerror MT5209 : Native linking error : don't know how to convert instruction ec27a020 referencing _mono_create_corlib_exception_1.island.2 to thumb in'Syncfusion_Calculate_CalcEngine_ComputeBahtText_string' from /*/iphone5.2-10.3.2/mtouch-cache/armv7s/Syncfusion.XlsIO.Portable.dll.o for architecture armv7sThe error is happening only in debug build, release build works fine in the devices.How can i fix this?Thanks

Mathu Mohan Vijayakumar [Syncfusion]
Replied On June 19, 2017 08:00 AM

Hi Balasubramanian,    
  
Thank you for contacting Syncfusion support.    
    
The following solution is given by Xamarin support to overcome the issue.  
  
When using Syncfusion.XlsIO.Portable class library in iOS application, the following settings must be done to execute in iOS devices.

Visual Studio (Recommended):   
  
1.      Link behavior: Link SDK assemblies only (otherwise classes you need in Syncfusion.XlsIO.Portable.dll are linked away).    
       
2.      Enable debugging: Unchecked (this is to create a smaller binary, since adding debug information makes it somewhat bigger).    
       
Applying these settings will execute the application properly in iOS device.     
You might face the following issues, if the above mentioned build options are missed out.     
·         You might get "Native linking error" while compiling.     
·         You might face runtime Exception ("System.TypeInitializationException").     
     
You can also refer to the ReadMe file for older Xamarin Studio version in the following link.  
  
Note: This issue has been rectified in the sixth generation devices.    
     
Regards,    
Mathu Mohan V A  


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