Configure Visual Studio .NET 2002 to use Framework 1.1 SDK

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  1. silicon_ghy

    silicon_ghy New Member

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    Hi
    I want to install Framework .NET 1.1 SDK to use it with visual studio (Visual Basic .NET) 2002 IDE. As I searched the web pages, I find out it is not possible. Only VSNET 2003 works with framework 1.1.

    Then, a freind of me who is also a student like me gave me a workaround.

    Which is, first of all uninstall all framework 1.0. Now VSNET 2002 will not open giving a compiler not found. Now install framework 1.1 & SDK. Go to windows\Microsoft .NET\Framework and rename the folder 1.1*** to 1.0***.

    In the VBNET2002 intallation folder rename the FramewokSDK to something and copy the .NET1.1 SDK 1.1 folder as FrameworkSDK in VBNET2002 installation directory.

    Now everything works fine. I have prepared a small single form program (Hello World), which doesnot run on a win98SE with Framework 1.0 but runs ok in another one with Framework 1.1 redis*.

    Is it possible to do things this way. Can I use these settings to build more complicated applications, like RDBMS later.

    Thanks
     
  2. i.am_mayur

    i.am_mayur New Member

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    dude of course it is possible
    whatever u did was not at all required.U could have siply upgraded ur .net framework to 1.1 .It is very much poossible .I had done it myself earlier but now i use vs.net 2003

    .net framework is nothing but a collection of base class libraries and the IDE.When u upgrade ur framework,u should see a new IDE (the developent window) that is the only change ull see even in vs.net 2002.
     
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