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BinaryFormatter Version incompatibility . Expected Version 1.0. Received Version 1986938170.1886 350437

I have a webservice that serializes a ton of variables and other good stuff
to a txt file using SoapFormatter (IFormatter), and when I try to
deserialize it using the binary formatter, i get the following error:
BinaryFormatter Version incompatibility . Expected Version 1.0. Received
Version 1986938170.1886 350437.
I've read a lot about this error from several sources on the net, but can't
get a good solution or walkthrough to find out how to fix it.

This is my call stack:

System.Runtime. Serialization.F ormatters.Binar y.Serialization HeaderRecord.Re a
d(__BinaryParse r input)
System.Runtime. Serialization.F ormatters.Binar y.__BinaryParse r.ReadSerializa t
ionHeaderRecord ()

System.Runtime. Serialization.F ormatters.Binar y.__BinaryParse r.Run()

System.Runtime. Serialization.F ormatters.Binar y.ObjectReader. Deserialize(Hea d
erHandler handler, __BinaryParser serParser, Boolean fCheck,
IMethodCallMess age methodCallMessa ge)

System.Runtime. Serialization.F ormatters.Binar y.BinaryFormatt er.Deserialize( S
tream serializationSt ream, HeaderHandler handler, Boolean fCheck,
IMethodCallMess age methodCallMessa ge)

System.Runtime. Serialization.F ormatters.Binar y.BinaryFormatt er.Deserialize( S
tream serializationSt ream, HeaderHandler handler)

System.Runtime. Serialization.F ormatters.Binar y.BinaryFormatt er.Deserialize( S
tream serializationSt ream)
Nov 16 '05 #1
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I'm not 100% sure, but when you write with a SoapFormatter, you should read
with a soapformatter.
When you write with a Binary formatter, read with one to.

Kind regards

Alexander

"Joshua Moore" <gl*****@msn.co m> wrote in message
news:u4******** *****@TK2MSFTNG P10.phx.gbl...
I have a webservice that serializes a ton of variables and other good stuff to a txt file using SoapFormatter (IFormatter), and when I try to
deserialize it using the binary formatter, i get the following error:
BinaryFormatter Version incompatibility . Expected Version 1.0. Received
Version 1986938170.1886 350437.
I've read a lot about this error from several sources on the net, but can't get a good solution or walkthrough to find out how to fix it.

This is my call stack:

System.Runtime. Serialization.F ormatters.Binar y.Serialization HeaderRecord.Re a d(__BinaryParse r input)
System.Runtime. Serialization.F ormatters.Binar y.__BinaryParse r.ReadSerializa t ionHeaderRecord ()

System.Runtime. Serialization.F ormatters.Binar y.__BinaryParse r.Run()

System.Runtime. Serialization.F ormatters.Binar y.ObjectReader. Deserialize(Hea d erHandler handler, __BinaryParser serParser, Boolean fCheck,
IMethodCallMess age methodCallMessa ge)

System.Runtime. Serialization.F ormatters.Binar y.BinaryFormatt er.Deserialize( S tream serializationSt ream, HeaderHandler handler, Boolean fCheck,
IMethodCallMess age methodCallMessa ge)

System.Runtime. Serialization.F ormatters.Binar y.BinaryFormatt er.Deserialize( S tream serializationSt ream, HeaderHandler handler)

System.Runtime. Serialization.F ormatters.Binar y.BinaryFormatt er.Deserialize( S tream serializationSt ream)

Nov 16 '05 #2
It writes with a SoapFormatter on the web service, but I don't have access
to a SoapFormatter, only a BinaryFormatter when not using a web service.
The point of the code is demo accessability without accessing the web
service.

Thanks.

"Alexander Muylaert" <Re********@pan dora.be> wrote in message
news:OT******** *****@tk2msftng p13.phx.gbl...
I'm not 100% sure, but when you write with a SoapFormatter, you should read with a soapformatter.
When you write with a Binary formatter, read with one to.

Kind regards

Alexander

"Joshua Moore" <gl*****@msn.co m> wrote in message
news:u4******** *****@TK2MSFTNG P10.phx.gbl...
I have a webservice that serializes a ton of variables and other good

stuff
to a txt file using SoapFormatter (IFormatter), and when I try to
deserialize it using the binary formatter, i get the following error:
BinaryFormatter Version incompatibility . Expected Version 1.0. Received
Version 1986938170.1886 350437.
I've read a lot about this error from several sources on the net, but

can't
get a good solution or walkthrough to find out how to fix it.

This is my call stack:

System.Runtime. Serialization.F ormatters.Binar y.Serialization HeaderRecord.Re a
d(__BinaryParse r input)

System.Runtime. Serialization.F ormatters.Binar y.__BinaryParse r.ReadSerializa t
ionHeaderRecord ()

System.Runtime. Serialization.F ormatters.Binar y.__BinaryParse r.Run()

System.Runtime. Serialization.F ormatters.Binar y.ObjectReader. Deserialize(Hea d
erHandler handler, __BinaryParser serParser, Boolean fCheck,
IMethodCallMess age methodCallMessa ge)

System.Runtime. Serialization.F ormatters.Binar y.BinaryFormatt er.Deserialize( S
tream serializationSt ream, HeaderHandler handler, Boolean fCheck,
IMethodCallMess age methodCallMessa ge)

System.Runtime. Serialization.F ormatters.Binar y.BinaryFormatt er.Deserialize( S
tream serializationSt ream, HeaderHandler handler)

System.Runtime. Serialization.F ormatters.Binar y.BinaryFormatt er.Deserialize( S
tream serializationSt ream)


Nov 16 '05 #3
Hello

This is a common problem. Read about it here
http://www.thinktecture.com/Resource...NMISMATCH.html

Best regards,
Sherif

"Joshua Moore" <gl*****@msn.co m> wrote in message
news:u4******** *****@TK2MSFTNG P10.phx.gbl...
I have a webservice that serializes a ton of variables and other good stuff to a txt file using SoapFormatter (IFormatter), and when I try to
deserialize it using the binary formatter, i get the following error:
BinaryFormatter Version incompatibility . Expected Version 1.0. Received
Version 1986938170.1886 350437.
I've read a lot about this error from several sources on the net, but can't get a good solution or walkthrough to find out how to fix it.

This is my call stack:

System.Runtime. Serialization.F ormatters.Binar y.Serialization HeaderRecord.Re a d(__BinaryParse r input)
System.Runtime. Serialization.F ormatters.Binar y.__BinaryParse r.ReadSerializa t ionHeaderRecord ()

System.Runtime. Serialization.F ormatters.Binar y.__BinaryParse r.Run()

System.Runtime. Serialization.F ormatters.Binar y.ObjectReader. Deserialize(Hea d erHandler handler, __BinaryParser serParser, Boolean fCheck,
IMethodCallMess age methodCallMessa ge)

System.Runtime. Serialization.F ormatters.Binar y.BinaryFormatt er.Deserialize( S tream serializationSt ream, HeaderHandler handler, Boolean fCheck,
IMethodCallMess age methodCallMessa ge)

System.Runtime. Serialization.F ormatters.Binar y.BinaryFormatt er.Deserialize( S tream serializationSt ream, HeaderHandler handler)

System.Runtime. Serialization.F ormatters.Binar y.BinaryFormatt er.Deserialize( S tream serializationSt ream)

Nov 16 '05 #4

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