Using Visual Studio.NET 2005 with .NET Framework 1.1
I'm wondering how easy it is to use Visual Studio.NET 2005 to develop
with the .NET Framework 1.1. The 2005 IDE is superior to the VS 2003
IDE (especially in terms of HTML editing), and I would like to switch
over in the future. However, my project is not quite ready to be
converted to .NET 2.0.
Can anyone direct me to an article on this or have any advice?
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The VS 2005 IDE was created to...is .net framework 1.1 same as .net framework SDK 1.1
is .net framework 1.1 same as .net framework SDK 1.1
Basically Framework 1.1 of .NET includes the Sofware Development Kit (SDK) 1.1 http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=9b3a2ca6-3647-4070-9f41-a333c6b9181d&displaylang=en Regards,Vinz"Code, Beer and Music" that's my way of being a programmer!How to get your Forum Question Answered | Blog | CodeASP.NET
I think .net framework 1.1 is just the runtime library to view .net 1.1 programs. the .net framework SDK 1.1 one is the actual development library used to create them.
Eri...Does Visual Studio .NET 2003 (version 7.1.3088) & NET Framework 1.1 support AJAX ?
1. Does Visual Studio .NET 2003 (version 7.1.3088) & NET Framework 1.1 support AJAX ?
2. i don't know if i can implement AJAX for my case below ? pls advise...
i have built a windows application to connect to a card reader DLL,
but right now i have to build it for web application..and it's a real challenge since i have blank idea...
i also write the source code for the windows application below , for analysis...
the case is like these : --------------------------1. we have a card reader (usb port connection)...
2. we must connect...Why Visual Studio 2005 ask me to convert a solution already got converted Somebody did the conversion of a solution from .net 1.1 to .net 2.0 by using the automatic conversion wizard of Visual Stu
Why Visual Studio 2005 ask me to convert a solution already got converted
Somebody did the conversion of a solution from .net 1.1 to .net 2.0 by using the automatic conversion wizard of Visual Studio 2005. Then, he changed to another company.
Now, I take over his job. Unfortunately, when I attempted to open that solution, Visual Studio 2005 prompted me the conversion wizard again to forced me to perform a conversion on the solution. Does someone know why?--Harish Patel www.MicrosoftSQLandASP.firstname.lastname@example.org
How many projects are in the solution, does it have UNLOADE...Visual studio 2005 and .net framework 1.1
Good morning, After a quick search of the forum, I have been unable to ascertain a similar question being asked, so if I may:My Company has just given my team five new latops all installed with Visual Studio 2005. Alas the servers used throughout the business are only running .net framework v1.1.4322 and are unwilling to upgrade at this moment in time. My questions are: there any difficulties in delivering .net framework 1.1 related developments using visual studio 2005? I am lead to believe that the guys only have the 2.0 framework installed on the lapops. Can the two versions co-exist...Problems while porting .Net framework 1.0 (VB.Net) application to .Net Framework 1.1
I have a ASP.Net web application,written in VB.Net,developed on .Net Framework 1.0 .I am trying to port it on to .Net framework 1.1.
For achieving this,I follow the following steps-
1.Open the project using the .vbproj file.
2.I am prompted with the conversion message "Do you want to convert the solution and all projects to .Net framework 1.1....."
3.I click "Yes"
4.I assume that the project is now converted.
5.I build the project & try to run it.
6.I get the following error -
Server Error in '/Consert.Net' Application. ...Compilation for .NET Framework 1.1 in Visual Studio 2005
I just added blog entry on this, but it seams important enough to summarize it here too.
There is no way to compile solution compatible with FW 1.1 in current version of VS2005(beta 1). I think it should be.
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There is a way to do this. See http://weblogs.asp.net/rmclaws/archive/2004/10/03/MSBuildToolkit.aspx for more details.
Dave....NET Studio 2005 with 1.1 framework?
At last I used .NET Studio 2003 and now I will work with .NET Stdui 2005 but with my older created files in VS 2003.
On the VS 2005 start I neet to convert the older files so that I can use them in VS2005.But i dont wont to do this.Is this possible?
Can I work with .NET Studio 2005 but with the older framework 1.1... and without file conversation to VS 2005?-If YES,How?
Simple answer is no. You can, however, continue to use VS2003 for older projects since you can have both products and both versions of ASP.NET coexist....IE WebControl compiled assembly using .NET Framework 1.1 or Visual Studio 2003
Did someone have compiled the IEWebControl using MS .NET Framework 1.1 or using Visual Studio 2003. If yes please let me how did you do it. The source which is available only works with framework 1.0.
-Thank for help in advance
Check out Peter Brombergs article and vs.net project that he posted with it, does just that.
I posted the link here: http://www.asp.net/Forums/ShowPost.aspx?tabindex=1&PostID=688004
/mawi...using Microsoft .NET Framework 1.0 and 1.1??
sorry if this is not the right forum, but i don't know where should i post this,
well...i have no problem exactly right now, i just wonder that i'm using two version of .NET Framework 1.0 and 1.1. I get the .NET Framework 1.0 from Visual Studio .NET, which i installed the VB.NET and i get the 1.1 version because it says that ASP.NET requires 1.1 version so i download it in microsoft site. My question are, is this two version compatible? can i used only one version which is .NET Framework 1.1 only and remove the 1.0 version? I have Web Matrix that used .NET Framework 1.1 and VB.NET tha...Differences between .net 1, .net 1.1, .net 2.0 and .net 3.0
Hi, This seems to be a common question, but i havent got an answer yet:(Can, any one please explain me the differences between these versions.If you keep your feet firmly on the ground, you'll have trouble putting on your pants!
Have a look into this links
http://www.codeproject.com/aspnet/ComparisonASP1xASP20.aspAshok Rajawww.iGold.inDon't forget to click "Mark as Answer" on the post that helped you. This credits that m...Using .Net 1.1 in Visual Studio 2002
I am having the Visual Studio 2002 install in my pc with .Net Framework 1.0 in it. Now i want to use .Net framework 1.1 within my application how can i do the same.
Also Does .Net 1.0 support odbc connection
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You can't use 1.1 with VS2002, you need to have VS2003 to use 1.1!Sreedharhttp://www.w3coder.orgweblog http://weblogs.asp.net/skoganti
You can install 1.1 and use VS 2002 just don't use any of the 1.1 specific code (such as DDL.SelectedValue - you still have to use...Visual Studio 2005 and .Net 1.1 IIS
Hi. I'm frustrated and will make this brief.I need to create some ASP.Net Web based applications, so I grabbed Visual Studio 2005 to do it with. I had some errors running under IIS on my Server 2003 R1 test server. I found that I needed ASP.Net 2.0. I downloaded the Windows Server 2003 R2 eval from Microsoft and everything started working (okay, I needed to do an aspnet_regiis).The problem is that the destination server's O/S is Server 2003 R1 and, like mine, does not have ASP.Net 2.0. I have no control over this server and the odds of my getting them to upgrade...Visual Studio 2002 and .net framework 1.1
Can anyone tell me how to configure visual studio 2002 to work with .net framework 1.1. Under the project properties I have set the reference path to point to the 1.1 sdk, but when I do the designer tool does not work in the ide.
Any help would be appreciated.
To run Visual Studio .NET 2002, you need to have the .NET Framework 1.0 installed.
Visual Studio .NET 2003 uses version 1.1.
So the visual studio ide is not like a java ide (ex. jBuilder) in which you can change the version of the sdk you want to use?
In Visual Studio .NET 2003 you c...