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blitzgneisser
Posted: 06/18/2004, 1:59 AM

i have a trail version of codecharge and im happy if i generate pages with ASP, but if i change to vb.net nothing works !!

i allways get the Error:
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Warning:Unable to find the target version of the .NET framework. The path specified in Options will be used.
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Only when i work with vb.net and Access it's ok.

But i shouId work with win2k, MS Sql Server.
MDAC 2.8 ok.
odbc.net dataprovider
Framework (correctly installed)
..

some Ideas??
Stan
Posted: 06/18/2004, 2:06 AM

Hi

Which version of .NET Framework you are use and what the physical path of the Windows folder on your machine?

Thanks
Stan
blitzgneisser
Posted: 06/18/2004, 2:11 AM

hi stan,

..Framework version 1.1.
..the path is C:\WINNT\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v1.1.4322

peterr


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Posted: 06/18/2004, 2:20 AM

Please try specifying that path in Tools>Options>Paths>.NET SDK property/option. Or did you set it there already?
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blitzgneisser
Posted: 06/18/2004, 2:23 AM

hi peterr,

the path is ok!!!
kurt
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Posted: 06/18/2004, 2:26 AM

Sorry, do you mean that the above solution worked OK and now the problem is solved?
Or the path was entered OK previously, so the problem still happens?
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bltzgneisser
Posted: 06/18/2004, 2:35 AM

Quote peterr:
Sorry, do you mean that the above solution worked OK and now the problem is solved?
Or the path was entered OK previously, so the problem still happens?

the problem still happens!! the path was o.k
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Stan
Posted: 06/18/2004, 3:07 AM

Please try to change target version project's property in property window on 1.1

Stan
bltzgneisser
Posted: 06/18/2004, 3:21 AM

hi stan
what do you mean with this?
the vb is in
-C:\WINNT\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v1.1.4322-

Quote Stan:
Please try to change target version project's property in property window on 1.1

Stan
peterr


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Posted: 06/18/2004, 3:24 AM

blitzgneisser,

Click on the project name in the "Project Explorer" panel, then you will see project properties in the "Properties" panel. Change the "Target Version" property to 1.1.
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Stan
Posted: 06/18/2004, 3:25 AM

Click on the project node in project explorer, then in Properties window find the "Target Version" property and change it on 1.1

Stan
blitzbneisser
Posted: 06/18/2004, 3:34 AM

no,no!!

this produce this:
''''''''''''''''''''''
Warning:Unable to find the target version of the .NET framework. The path specified in Options will be used.
Error:Unable to find VB compiler. Please specify Tools>Options>Paths>.NET SDK
'''''''''''''''''''''''''''
AND this in the Browser
'''''''''''''''''''''''
Parser Error
Description: An error occurred during the parsing of a resource required to service this request. Please review the following specific parse error details and modify your source file appropriately.

Parser Error Message: Could not load type 'NewProject3sql.Global'.

Source Error:


Line 1: <%@ Application Codebehind="Global.asax.vb" Inherits="NewProject3sql.Global" %>



Source File: c:\inetpub\wwwroot\mitarbeiter\global.asax Line: 1


--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Version Information: Microsoft .NET Framework Version:1.1.4322.573; ASP.NET Version:1.1.4322.573
''''''''''''''''''''''''
hhhhhmmmmmm???
Stan
Posted: 06/18/2004, 3:42 AM

Which value Target Version attribute has now?

The second problem is bound to the IIS Virtual Directory.
Please read the following:
http://support.codecharge.com/kb_article.asp?article_id=29

Stan
peterr


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Posted: 06/18/2004, 3:42 AM

I see. So probably Stan and me misunderstood your problem.
Your first message was talking about a Warning and it is not a problem. The warning simply tells you that the path specified in the Options will be used. This is OK.
You also wrote "Only when i work with vb.net and Access it's ok.". So the Web pages are working for you? You don't have any other problems except this warning?
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Posted: 06/18/2004, 3:43 AM

In any case, if you do experience any real problems, especially error messages then please contact the support at http://support.codecharge.com. You could also attach a screenshot if needed.
Thanks.
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LV
Posted: 06/18/2004, 6:00 AM

I had the same message when I first installed and use CCS for .NET, here is what support group told me to do to fix it.

1) Make sure under the Tools>Options>Paths>.NET SDK property/option point to the correct version of the .NET framework e.g. C:\WINNT\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v1.1.4322 is the latest version.

2) Right click on the Project name in the project explorer on the top left handside and in the property make sure to Change the "Target Version" property to 1.1 (the default is 1.0, which I think Yes software should update this to 1.1 on the next CCS release)



Good luck!

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