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Assembly Version Conflict?

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Sorry, I am new to C#, so this can be a very simple question.
I am using some of DevExpress components in my application.My References in
the Solution(for DevExpress) are:


each of them have "Copy Local" property on.So dll's are copied to my appBase
correctly.(I also copied them manually without "Copy Local" property)In my
machine program works well but when i Install my appBase (Release folder) to
another computer, I get an error message like this :

Additional information: The located assembly's manifest definition with name
'DevExpress.Utils' does not match the assembly reference.

I wander through MSDN and found out that this message is caused by a
built&run assembly version conflict(mostly).But I can't understand that, how
can it be possible to have version conflict on another machine that has only
one version of an assembly that the application had compiled with?Or is this
about some other conflict on assemblies? If so, what can that be?

(The other machine had not installed any of these 3rd party components
before which may cause a conflict.)


Nov 17 '05 #1
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