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450 Jun 27,2002 06:17 AM Jun 27,2002 11:13 AM Windows Forms 1
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Klaus E. Frederiksen
Asked On June 27, 2002 06:17 AM

Hi Just purchased the 'SyncfusionEssentialSuite' and we have some trouble with distribution of our app, or the SyncfusionEssentialSuite assemblies. We have one central server form where all user starts our application. If a user needs some of the assemblies for our application, the missing assemblies are automaticly downloaded via HTTP. When a user 'right click' on a tab, to get up the Context menu they get an error. See attached file for a detailed error log. Now does the SyncfusionEssentialSuite loads some settings files or other data file when running or is there an simple explanation for our problems. Regards Klaus E. Frederiksen, Dangaaard Telecom IT, DK

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Replied On June 27, 2002 11:13 AM

Hi, No, during runtime, our assemblies are NOT being validated for license. I suppose the exe that uses our assemblies and our assemblies are all in the same location, on a webserver? If so, the exe should be given "Full Trust" on the client's machine, so that the dependant assemblies also get "Full Trust". Please let us know if this is not how your app is setup. Could you also include Syncfusion.Shared.Design.dll in the same location as the other assemblies and check if that helps? Please open a new support incident so we can handle this issue better. Thanks -Praveen Ramesh Syncfusion, Inc. > Hi > > Just purchased the 'SyncfusionEssentialSuite' and we have some trouble with distribution of our app, or the SyncfusionEssentialSuite assemblies. > > We have one central server form where all user starts our application. If a user needs some of the assemblies for our application, the missing assemblies are automaticly downloaded via HTTP. > > When a user 'right click' on a tab, to get up the Context menu they get an error. See attached file for a detailed error log. > > Now does the SyncfusionEssentialSuite loads some settings files or other data file when running or is there an simple explanation for our problems. > > Regards > > Klaus E. Frederiksen, Dangaaard Telecom IT, DK

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