.DLL compiled with .NET 1.1 to be used in Web app done in .NET 2.0

Hi all,

If I have a bunch of business objects that where compiled in .NET version 1.1, would it be possible for my ASP.NET (done in .NET 2.0) application to pick up these objects (.dll file) and start to use them?

(Would be great if some-one could provide some form of documentation on this)

Thanks

Tryst
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Tryst
3/27/2006 11:13:49 AM
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Hi Tryst,

This should work fine.  In general, you can use V1.1 assemblies with V2.0 applications.  The reverse, though, is not true.

Hope this helps,

Scott

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ScottGu
3/28/2006 5:02:40 AM
ok, cool.

Thanks

Tryst
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Tryst
3/28/2006 7:01:54 AM

Comparative study on VS .Net 2003 and VS.Net 2005

.Net Framework versions used are ver 1.1.4322.0 and ver 2.0.50215.0 respectively.
 

Can be used in VS.Net 2003

Can be used in VS.Net 2005

Remarks

Assemblies created     using VS.Net 2003

Yes

Yes

Without any efforts

Assemblies created using VS.Net 2005

Directly cannot be used. (needs some work around to be done)

Yes

To target it to VS.Net 2003 we need to use MSBuild tool and some target files.

    As i cant attach the tool here & If u want to get the MSBuild tool & the procedure mail me at killer.adonis@gmail.com
 



Regards

Adonis
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adonis
4/4/2006 12:48:04 PM
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