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Deployment issue

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40158 Jan 26,2006 05:44 PM UTC Jan 27,2006 03:36 AM UTC WinForms 2
Tags: GridControl
Asked On January 26, 2006 05:44 PM UTC

Sorry, I posted this on the general forum, but didn''t get any respond. Sorry for double posting. I am needing to resolve this ASAP. Additionally, I get a crash on startup time in the CLR if I have a simple form that host the grid library that I modified. thanks in advance to whoever can help me to resolve this issue. ------------------- Hi there, I am having trouble deploying the Syncfusion.Tools.Windows.dll to a PC that doesn''''t have syncfusion source license or runtime license installed. I modified the source for of the library, following the instruction for changing the key file to point to the one that I created using the sn.exe tool and setting delay signing to false. I also rebuild my application and point it reference the new library that I modified. However, when I copy the application, and import the modified library to the GAC, I wasn''''t able to run the application on a PC with syncfusion license (runtime or souce). If I do the same thing on a PC with syncfusion license, than my application runs perfectly fine. Is there anything that I missed? Please help, this is an urgent matter, I need to have a build by the end of the week. thanks.

Replied On January 26, 2006 07:29 PM UTC

After install VS into a PC with a syncfusion license, I can debug the application and see that it is failing at license exception. Is there anything missing in the deployment steps?

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On January 27, 2006 03:36 AM UTC

Patrick, I replied in the general forum. Please follow up there. Thanks, Stefan


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