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Syncfusion''s dll''s showing wrong version names.

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79845 Mar 2,2009 05:46 AM UTC Mar 2,2009 11:23 AM UTC General Discussion 3
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Administrator [Syncfusion]
Asked On March 2, 2009 05:46 AM UTC

Hi,

After installing Syncfusion's v6.4.0.15, I am getting Syncfusion's dll to
1) GAC(6.402.0.15 ),
2) c:\Program files\microsoft visual studio8\common7\IDE\PublicAssembly\(6.403.0.15) and
3) c:\Program files\Common files\microsoft shared\MSEnv\PublicAssembly\(6.403.0.15).

Why I am getting two different type dll's(i.e. 6.402.0.15 & 6.403.0.15) due to that I am unable to open designer window.

How can I get same dll's in above all three folders?

I don't know this problem is Syncfusion's or my machine, even I unstalled visual studio2005 and installed again but problem still exist.
My machine configuaratin is
O/S: Windows Vista Business
Service pack 1


Thanks






Ramani S [Syncfusion]
Replied On March 2, 2009 09:32 AM UTC

Hi,

Basically we ship two different versions of assemblies in Essential Studio setup. For eg., in 6.4.0.15 - 6.402.0.15 (2.0) assemblies works in VS 2005 and VS 2008, 6.403.0.15 (3.5) assemblies works only in VS 2008.
When you install the setup both 2.0 and 3.5 assemblies are installed in the GAC and 3.5 assemblies are installed in public assemblies folder if you have VS 2008 installed otherwise if you have only VS 2005 then 2.0 assembies will be installed in public assemblies folder and GAC.

If you want to work with 2.0 assemblies then open dashboard -> select assembly manager -> Remove all option, this will remove all the assemblies from GAC and public assemblies folder. Then select 2.0 .Net framework and install option - > click perform action, this will install the 2.0 assemblies in GAC and public assemblies folder. Open the VS 2005 IDE drag drop the controls from toolbox, you can see the references added of verison 6.402.0.15.


If you want to work with 3.5 assemblies then open dashboard -> select assembly manager -> Remove all option, this will remove all the assemblies from GAC and public assemblies folder. Then select 3.5 .Net framework and install option - > click perform action, this will install the 3.5 assemblies in GAC and public assemblies folder. Open the VS 2008 IDE drag drop the controls from toolbox, you can see the references added of verison 6.403.0.15.

Please ensure all the assemblies referred are of same version.

Please try this and let me know if you have any questions.

Regards,
Ramani


Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On March 2, 2009 11:12 AM UTC

Hi,

Working great.
I tried two days for unstall and install both visual studio and syncfusion dll's.

Thanks for your help.

Thanks


Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On March 2, 2009 11:23 AM UTC

Hi,

Here I am giving suggestion, while we are upgrading to new syncfusion's version, please attach a file which includes common problems (like above) and solutions.
It is so much usefull before upgrading to new version.

Thanks
KK.


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