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Portierung 1.1 auf 2.0

Hi,

ich bin derzeit mit der Portierung von .NET 1.1 auf .NET 2.0 beschäftigt und
werde mit den unterschiedlichsten Problemen konfrontiert.

Ich suche eine Informationsquelle, wo auf die Unterschiede zwischen den
Versionen eingegangen wird?

Christian
Feb 26 '08 #1
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On Tue, 26 Feb 2008 01:21:00 -0800, Christian Havel
<Ch************@discussions.microsoft.comwrote:
>Hi,

ich bin derzeit mit der Portierung von .NET 1.1 auf .NET 2.0 beschäftigt und
werde mit den unterschiedlichsten Problemen konfrontiert.

Ich suche eine Informationsquelle, wo auf die Unterschiede zwischen den
Versionen eingegangen wird?

Christian
You might be better off in
microsoft.public.de.german.entwickler.dotnet.cshar p

rossum

Feb 26 '08 #2
Hi rossum,

ups. I am sorry. I thought I was in the german ng.

Here is my question:
I switch a 1.1 application to 2.0 and have some problems. I look for a
source with some informations which should be considered.

Christian

"rossum" wrote:
On Tue, 26 Feb 2008 01:21:00 -0800, Christian Havel
<Ch************@discussions.microsoft.comwrote:
Hi,

ich bin derzeit mit der Portierung von .NET 1.1 auf .NET 2.0 beschäftigt und
werde mit den unterschiedlichsten Problemen konfrontiert.

Ich suche eine Informationsquelle, wo auf die Unterschiede zwischen den
Versionen eingegangen wird?

Christian
You might be better off in
microsoft.public.de.german.entwickler.dotnet.cshar p

rossum

Feb 26 '08 #3
"Christian Havel" <Ch************@discussions.microsoft.comwrote in
message news:39**********************************@microsof t.com...
Hi rossum,

ups. I am sorry. I thought I was in the german ng.

Here is my question:
I switch a 1.1 application to 2.0 and have some problems. I look for a
source with some informations which should be considered.

Christian

"rossum" wrote:
>On Tue, 26 Feb 2008 01:21:00 -0800, Christian Havel
<Ch************@discussions.microsoft.comwrote:
>Hi,

ich bin derzeit mit der Portierung von .NET 1.1 auf .NET 2.0 beschäftigt
und
werde mit den unterschiedlichsten Problemen konfrontiert.

Ich suche eine Informationsquelle, wo auf die Unterschiede zwischen den
Versionen eingegangen wird?

Christian
You might be better off in
microsoft.public.de.german.entwickler.dotnet.csha rp

rossum

What sort of "problems" are you seeing? What sort of application is this
(winforms/asp.net/windows service)?

There were a few breaking changes between 1.1 and 2.0 - for example in 1.1
unhandled exceptions on background threads were swallowed, in 2.0 by default
they terminate the application

--
Regards

Richard Blewett
DevelopMentor
http://www.dotnetconsult.co.uk/weblog2

Feb 26 '08 #4
Hi Richard,

thanks for your help!

I have a service (.NET 2.0) which reads data from a xml file and delete this
after reading. When I try to delete this file, I receive a IO Exception, that
the file is still used by another application. I do not have this problem
with the same service in .NET 1.1.

It works like following:
The xml file is created by a application in a specified folder. The service
has a FileSystemWatcher on the specified folder. On notification the service
reads the file and after this the file should be deleted.

Christian

"Richard Blewett" wrote:
"Christian Havel" <Ch************@discussions.microsoft.comwrote in
message news:39**********************************@microsof t.com...
Hi rossum,

ups. I am sorry. I thought I was in the german ng.

Here is my question:
I switch a 1.1 application to 2.0 and have some problems. I look for a
source with some informations which should be considered.

Christian

"rossum" wrote:
On Tue, 26 Feb 2008 01:21:00 -0800, Christian Havel
<Ch************@discussions.microsoft.comwrote:

Hi,

ich bin derzeit mit der Portierung von .NET 1.1 auf .NET 2.0 beschäftigt
und
werde mit den unterschiedlichsten Problemen konfrontiert.

Ich suche eine Informationsquelle, wo auf die Unterschiede zwischen den
Versionen eingegangen wird?

Christian
You might be better off in
microsoft.public.de.german.entwickler.dotnet.cshar p

rossum


What sort of "problems" are you seeing? What sort of application is this
(winforms/asp.net/windows service)?

There were a few breaking changes between 1.1 and 2.0 - for example in 1.1
unhandled exceptions on background threads were swallowed, in 2.0 by default
they terminate the application

--
Regards

Richard Blewett
DevelopMentor
http://www.dotnetconsult.co.uk/weblog2

Feb 26 '08 #5
Richard,

it is a timing problem. The application, that creates the xml file still
blocks the xml file. The 2.0 version of the service reacts faster than the
1.1 version.

Christian

"Richard Blewett" wrote:
"Christian Havel" <Ch************@discussions.microsoft.comwrote in
message news:39**********************************@microsof t.com...
Hi rossum,

ups. I am sorry. I thought I was in the german ng.

Here is my question:
I switch a 1.1 application to 2.0 and have some problems. I look for a
source with some informations which should be considered.

Christian

"rossum" wrote:
On Tue, 26 Feb 2008 01:21:00 -0800, Christian Havel
<Ch************@discussions.microsoft.comwrote:

Hi,

ich bin derzeit mit der Portierung von .NET 1.1 auf .NET 2.0 beschäftigt
und
werde mit den unterschiedlichsten Problemen konfrontiert.

Ich suche eine Informationsquelle, wo auf die Unterschiede zwischen den
Versionen eingegangen wird?

Christian
You might be better off in
microsoft.public.de.german.entwickler.dotnet.cshar p

rossum


What sort of "problems" are you seeing? What sort of application is this
(winforms/asp.net/windows service)?

There were a few breaking changes between 1.1 and 2.0 - for example in 1.1
unhandled exceptions on background threads were swallowed, in 2.0 by default
they terminate the application

--
Regards

Richard Blewett
DevelopMentor
http://www.dotnetconsult.co.uk/weblog2

Feb 26 '08 #6

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