|132169||Aug 17,2017 05:22 PM||Aug 21,2017 08:50 AM||ASP.NET MVC||3|
Ok, I'll try to be more straightforward. First, answering your questions:
I converted my project to a Syncfusion one using your Visual Studio plug in
I added some of them manually and some of them were added in the conversion.
Now, I'll try to be more specific.
My project right now is for .NET Framework 4.5.2. Look at this warning that Visual Studio gives me (I have like 15 of these warnings):
The primary reference "Syncfusion.EJ.Pivot, Version=15.2451.0.40, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=3d67ed1f87d44c89, processorArchitecture=MSIL" could not be resolved because it has an indirect dependency on the assembly "Syncfusion.EJ, Version=15.2460.0.40, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=3d67ed1f87d44c89" which was built against the ".NETFramework,Version=v4.6" framework. This is a higher version than the currently targeted framework ".NETFramework,Version=v4.5.2".RevisionesAdministrativas
So it says that Syncfusion.EJ.Pivot, Version=15.2451.0.40, has an indirect dependency to the assembly Syncfusion.EJ, Version=15.2460.0.40, when the Syncfusion.EJ version that I have referenced in the project is Syncfusion.EJ version 15.2451.0.40.
So why this happens??
Furthermore, I need to downgrade my project's framework to .NET 4.5 because that's what we have in the server and when tried to do it and I reference the correct versions of Syncfusion's dll (the references are for .NET 4.5 and I tried even references from the .NET 4.0 folder) I keep getting warnings that some of these references depends of others that are targeting .NET Framework 4.5.1, even when all the referenced assemblies (including dependencies), are clearly the version for .NET 4.5.
When my project is on .NET Framework 4.5.1 and I reference the correct assemblies, warnings says that some of the assemblies dependes of others that are targeting .NET Framework 6.0, and when my project is on .NET Framework 4.5 and I reference the correct assemblies, warnings says that some of the assemblies dependes of others that are targeting .NET Framework 5.1, and this happens, even if the dependencies referenced in the folder are from the same .NET Framework version of my project.
My questions are:
Why does this happens?
Do I need to download an specific version of Essential Studio to stop this from happening, probably a version of Essential Studio that only has references up to .NET Framework 4.5 or there's another workaround? Something is wrong in my project perhaps?? I don't know.
Please!!!!!!!! I will be waiting for you reply.
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