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Hello All,
I have a Commerce Server application that uses
Microsoft.Visua lBasic.Compatib ility.DLL .

My development machine uses Framework 1.0.3705 .

When I deploy this app to a machine with Framework 1.1 I get the
"<add assembly="*"/>" configuration errors.

In the stack trace I see this line:
"Version redirect found in framework config: 7.0.3300.0 redirected to
7.0.5000.0." So I assume that the system is trying to load version 7.0.5000
of my DLL. The problem is that this DLL does not exist. The version that is
installed with Commerce Server is 7.0.9466.0 .

How do I tell the system, that my app uses v7.0.9466 of this DLL?

I can't remove the dependancy since this is part of MS Commerce Server. Are
Commerce Server users required to use v1.0 of the Framework?

-tomas
Nov 15 '05 #1
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Tomas Vera <ta****@NOxSPAM sbcglobal.net> wrote in
news:ai******** *************** *********@4ax.c om:
Hello All,
I have a Commerce Server application that uses
Microsoft.Visua lBasic.Compatib ility.DLL .

My development machine uses Framework 1.0.3705 .

When I deploy this app to a machine with Framework 1.1 I get the
"<add assembly="*"/>" configuration errors.

In the stack trace I see this line:
"Version redirect found in framework config: 7.0.3300.0 redirected to
7.0.5000.0." So I assume that the system is trying to load version
7.0.5000 of my DLL. The problem is that this DLL does not exist. The
version that is installed with Commerce Server is 7.0.9466.0 .

How do I tell the system, that my app uses v7.0.9466 of this DLL?

I can't remove the dependancy since this is part of MS Commerce
Server. Are Commerce Server users required to use v1.0 of the
Framework?

-tomas


Add a <bindingRedirec t> directive to your app.config file:

<configuratio n>
<runtime>
<assemblyBindin g xmlns="urn:sche mas-microsoft-com:asm.v1">
<dependentAssem bly>
<assemblyIdenti ty name="myAssembl y"
publicKeyToken= "32ab4ba45e0a69 a1"
culture="en-us" />
<bindingRedirec t oldVersion="1.0 .0.0"
newVersion="2.0 .0.0 - 4.0.1.0"/>
</dependentAssemb ly>
</assemblyBinding >
</runtime>
</configuration>
--
best regards

Peter Koen
-----------------------------------
MCAD, CAI/R, CAI/S, CASE/RS, CAT/RS
http://www.kema.at
Nov 15 '05 #2
OK, Next questions.

This is a web app and there is no file named <MyApp>.confi g.

Do I place these entries in the Web.config file? When I do this, I get an
"unrecogniz ed element" error on the "<runtime>" entry.

Or do I have to place them in the Machinge.Config file? It seems that this
is not the right place for this since this only applies to my app. Besides,
the same error comes up here.

Thanks for your help so far.
-tomas

On Thu, 23 Oct 2003 02:45:24 -0700, Peter Koen <koen-newsreply&snusn u.at>
wrote:
Tomas Vera <ta****@NOxSPAM sbcglobal.net> wrote in
news:ai******* *************** **********@4ax. com:
Hello All,
I have a Commerce Server application that uses
Microsoft.Visua lBasic.Compatib ility.DLL .

My development machine uses Framework 1.0.3705 .

When I deploy this app to a machine with Framework 1.1 I get the
"<add assembly="*"/>" configuration errors.

In the stack trace I see this line:
"Version redirect found in framework config: 7.0.3300.0 redirected to
7.0.5000.0." So I assume that the system is trying to load version
7.0.5000 of my DLL. The problem is that this DLL does not exist. The
version that is installed with Commerce Server is 7.0.9466.0 .

How do I tell the system, that my app uses v7.0.9466 of this DLL?

I can't remove the dependancy since this is part of MS Commerce
Server. Are Commerce Server users required to use v1.0 of the
Framework?

-tomas


Add a <bindingRedirec t> directive to your app.config file:

<configuration >
<runtime>
<assemblyBindin g xmlns="urn:sche mas-microsoft-com:asm.v1">
<dependentAssem bly>
<assemblyIdenti ty name="myAssembl y"
publicKeyToken= "32ab4ba45e0a69 a1"
culture="en-us" />
<bindingRedirec t oldVersion="1.0 .0.0"
newVersion="2.0 .0.0 - 4.0.1.0"/>
</dependentAssemb ly>
</assemblyBinding >
</runtime>
</configuration>


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