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  1. #1
    Larry Rebich Guest

    Framework 1.1

    I download and installed Framework 1.1 and the Distributable from MSDN.
    Installed both OK.

    Uninstalled Framework 1.0. Now Visual Studio 2002 will not run because
    Framework 1.0 is gone.

    Is there some way to tell Visual Studio 2002 to use Framework 1.1?

    Cheers,
    Larry Rebich



  2. #2
    Larry Rebich Guest

    Re: Framework 1.1

    I found my answer at:

    http://www.3leaf.com/default/articles/ea/sbs.aspx

    Cheers,
    Larry Rebich



  3. #3
    james Guest

    Re: Framework 1.1

    Part of this section is incorrect:

    Quote/
    First, it's important to remember that each particular version of Visual
    Studio .NET is hard-coded to build applications against a certain Framework.
    Visual Studio .NET 2002 will only build applications that compile against
    v1.0 of the Framework. Visual Studio .NET 2003 will only build applications
    that compile against v1.1 of the Framework. You can deploy configuration
    files that let a v1.1 app run on the v1.0 Framework, but that's not the same
    as building against v1.0.

    /End Quote

    Visual Studio.NET 2003 Will NOT only build applications against v1.1 of the
    Framework, but you can Select Which Version of the Framework you want to
    build your app. against. There is an Options setting that allows you to
    select Either Version 1.1 (default) or 1.0 Framework (if installed).
    james

    "Larry Rebich" <lrebich@earthlink.net> wrote in message
    news:3eb1e4cb@tnews.web.devx.com...
    > I found my answer at:
    >
    > http://www.3leaf.com/default/articles/ea/sbs.aspx
    >
    > Cheers,
    > Larry Rebich
    >
    >




  4. #4
    Tom Shelton Guest

    Re: Framework 1.1


    "james" <jjames700@earthlink.net> wrote in message
    news:3eb2b5eb@tnews.web.devx.com...
    > Part of this section is incorrect:
    >
    > Quote/
    > First, it's important to remember that each particular version of Visual
    > Studio .NET is hard-coded to build applications against a certain

    Framework.
    > Visual Studio .NET 2002 will only build applications that compile against
    > v1.0 of the Framework. Visual Studio .NET 2003 will only build

    applications
    > that compile against v1.1 of the Framework. You can deploy configuration
    > files that let a v1.1 app run on the v1.0 Framework, but that's not the

    same
    > as building against v1.0.
    >
    > /End Quote
    >
    > Visual Studio.NET 2003 Will NOT only build applications against v1.1 of

    the
    > Framework, but you can Select Which Version of the Framework you want to
    > build your app. against. There is an Options setting that allows you to
    > select Either Version 1.1 (default) or 1.0 Framework (if installed).
    > james


    James - it looks like it still builds against 1.1, but generates an
    App.config file that configures your application to run agains the 1.0
    framework.

    Tom Shelton



  5. #5
    james Guest

    Re: Framework 1.1

    Tom, my bad,,,,,,,,, your correct. After looking again, I see that the
    statement on the Program Properties page say's that it can build your
    application to work with Ver.1.0 of the Framework, or Ver. 1.1 or Both 1.0 &
    1.1. But, it doesn't explicitly state that it builds the application
    USING Version 1.0, only that it will build the app. to WORK with 1.0. Not a
    very clear statement. It also warns that some features in one version of
    the framework may not exist or work the same in the other version. (this is
    from the Final Beta) I would hope that they would make it clearer just what
    is taking place. I have built an app. in VB.NET 2003 Beta to the 1.0
    Framework and then copied the exe to another computer that only had ver. 1.0
    of the framework on it and the app. worked. So, who knows?
    james

    "Tom Shelton" <toms@dakcs.com> wrote in message
    news:3eb2c2e6$1@tnews.web.devx.com...
    >
    > "james" <jjames700@earthlink.net> wrote in message
    > news:3eb2b5eb@tnews.web.devx.com...
    > > Part of this section is incorrect:
    > >
    > > Quote/
    > > First, it's important to remember that each particular version of Visual
    > > Studio .NET is hard-coded to build applications against a certain

    > Framework.
    > > Visual Studio .NET 2002 will only build applications that compile

    against
    > > v1.0 of the Framework. Visual Studio .NET 2003 will only build

    > applications
    > > that compile against v1.1 of the Framework. You can deploy

    configuration
    > > files that let a v1.1 app run on the v1.0 Framework, but that's not the

    > same
    > > as building against v1.0.
    > >
    > > /End Quote
    > >
    > > Visual Studio.NET 2003 Will NOT only build applications against v1.1 of

    > the
    > > Framework, but you can Select Which Version of the Framework you want to
    > > build your app. against. There is an Options setting that allows you to
    > > select Either Version 1.1 (default) or 1.0 Framework (if installed).
    > > james

    >
    > James - it looks like it still builds against 1.1, but generates an
    > App.config file that configures your application to run agains the 1.0
    > framework.
    >
    > Tom Shelton
    >
    >




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