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Link License File for v3.2.0

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31012 Jun 28,2005 05:19 PM Jun 30,2005 10:06 AM General Discussion 2
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Tim Patterson, smConsulting
Asked On June 28, 2005 05:19 PM

Just a warning for everyone. If you are trying to use a link license version for a dedicated build server, you will need Visual Studio installed for it to work. If you have a dedicated build server that only has the command-line only interfaces, this will not work for you. Unbelieveably, the link is the same version as the client setup, but with a different license key. Therefore, when trying to install, you will get an error "Could not find Visual Studio". I have submitted an incident report, requesting immediate resolution, but have not heard anything to date. We are currently evaluating if Syncfusion is the direction we want to head in as a result.

Daniel Jebaraj [Syncfusion]
Replied On June 28, 2005 06:31 PM

Hi Tim, Visual Studio.NET is only required for the samples to be built on demand. I am not sure why the install fails if Visual Studio.NET is not installed on the server. We will investigate this and provide you with a resolution very soon. Thank you for your patience. Best regards, Daniel >Just a warning for everyone. If you are trying to use a link license version for a dedicated build server, you will need Visual Studio installed for it to work. If you have a dedicated build server that only has the command-line only interfaces, this will not work for you. > >Unbelieveably, the link is the same version as the client setup, but with a different license key. Therefore, when trying to install, you will get an error "Could not find Visual Studio". > >I have submitted an incident report, requesting immediate resolution, but have not heard anything to date. We are currently evaluating if Syncfusion is the direction we want to head in as a result.

Daniel Jebaraj [Syncfusion]
Replied On June 30, 2005 10:06 AM

Hi Tim, Thanks for bringing this up. We have sent you information to download a temporary installation. Best regards, Daniel If anyone else has the same issue please let us know. >Hi Tim, > >Visual Studio.NET is only required for the samples to be built on demand. I am not sure why the install fails if Visual Studio.NET is not installed on the server. We will investigate this and provide you with a resolution very soon. > >Thank you for your patience. > >Best regards, >Daniel > >>Just a warning for everyone. If you are trying to use a link license version for a dedicated build server, you will need Visual Studio installed for it to work. If you have a dedicated build server that only has the command-line only interfaces, this will not work for you. >> >>Unbelieveably, the link is the same version as the client setup, but with a different license key. Therefore, when trying to install, you will get an error "Could not find Visual Studio". >> >>I have submitted an incident report, requesting immediate resolution, but have not heard anything to date. We are currently evaluating if Syncfusion is the direction we want to head in as a result.

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