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Serialization Manager error at design time

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37100 Nov 15,2005 09:06 PM UTC Nov 16,2005 03:58 PM UTC General Discussion 1
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Fred
Asked On November 15, 2005 09:06 PM UTC

Failed to create component ''(ComponentClassName)''. The error message follows: ''This method cannot be invoked because the serialization manager does not have an active serialization session.'' I get this error in a message box from VS2005 whenever I try to add any component that I manually added to the tool box for your 3.302.0.0 assemblies. The assembly manager doesn''t seem to support VS2005 RTM becuase that check box is grayed out, so my question is 2 part: 1 Can I get a version of the assembly manager that supports VS2005 RTM? 2 Is there a work around for this serialization error? Thanks in advance

Daniel Jebaraj [Syncfusion]
Replied On November 16, 2005 03:58 PM UTC

Hi Fred, Version 4 which will be available before the end of this month with support RTM. In the meantime, please open a Direct-Trac support incident to obtain access to the latest bits that will work with RTM (with some issues). Thank you for using Syncfusion products. Best regards, Daniel >Failed to create component ''(ComponentClassName)''. The error message follows: > > ''This method cannot be invoked because the serialization manager does not have an active serialization session.'' > >I get this error in a message box from VS2005 whenever I try to add any component that I manually added to the tool box for your 3.302.0.0 assemblies. The assembly manager doesn''t seem to support VS2005 RTM becuase that check box is grayed out, so my question is 2 part: >1 Can I get a version of the assembly manager that supports VS2005 RTM? >2 Is there a work around for this serialization error? > >Thanks in advance

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