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67006 Aug 7,2007 10:56 AM UTC Aug 9,2007 11:28 PM UTC General Discussion 1
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Janesh Hari
Asked On August 7, 2007 10:56 AM UTC

while am debugging one windows application done using VS2003 am getting the error..

The located assembly's manifest definition with name 'Syncfusion.Tools.Windows' does not match the assembly reference.

i dont know which version of syncfusion they used while devoloping in vs2003..
am now installed the 4.6 version..

how to solve the issue??

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On August 9, 2007 11:28 PM UTC

Hi Janesh,

Please ensure that you are using version 4.x or above and also your licenses.licx file should contain only, 'Syncfusion.Core.Licensing.LicensedComponent, Syncfusion.Core'
Please follow the below steps,

1)Open the Assembly Manager utility from the location, Start --> All Programs --> Syncfusion --> Essential Studio 4.4.x.xx--> Utilities --> AssemblyManager
2)In the Action groupbox, select remove all versions and then click perform action. This will remove all the versions of Syncfusion assemblies installed in the given machine from the public assemblies folder and the GAC.
3)Then, in the Action groupbox, select Install version 4.4.x.xx and then click perform action. This will install the Syncfusion assemblies of version 4.4.x.xx in the public assemblies folder and the GAC. Your machine is now set to the version 4.4.x.xx
4)Delete Bin and obj folders of your project.
5)Open your project. Remove all the Syncfusion references and re-add them. Make sure they are all of version 4.401.x.xx
6)Now rebuild the project



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