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BinaryFormatter version mismatch

Hi, all:

I've seen numerous questions and answers about this topic on the web, but
none of them quite fit to my case. My application is a business process
model (like approval process) using ASP.NET. Each transaction, I store
related data in the database as a blob. When I retreive the data from
database, deserialization fails and I get this error:
"BinaryFormatte r Version incompatibility . Expected Version 1.0. Received
Version 49.0."
Looks like there is an ASCII and binary problem (ASCII value 1 is 49), but I
can't get around this. Can I somehow set the BinaryFormatter not to check the
version information? Can I make it to skip this version check?

Any help will be appreciated.


Nov 17 '05 #1
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pak20116 <pa******@discu ssions.microsof t.com> wrote:


Please see my response on the .framework group. It's rarely worth
asking a question on more than one group, and when you feel it's
necessary, please cross-post rather than multi-posting.

Jon Skeet - <sk***@pobox.co m>
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