06-19-2008 08:57 AM
Perhaps one of you developers with some ACC background can help me. I had ACT! 10 installed on my machine. I uninstalled ACT 10, I also uninstalled the ACT7 instance of SQL Server 2005. I still have SQL Server 2005 installed on my machine for other development purposes. I installed ACT! 9, which installed both ACT! 9, and the SQL Express instance. The problem I have now is that ACT! 9 will not run, and any calls I make to ActFramework.LogOn fail in the Licensing Provider, or fail via TargetInvocation Exception.
I have full install of VS 2008. Also is there any way of doing ACT! Development without installing ACT! Doing so is causing me major headaches. I get the advantage of loose coupling in ActFramework, and leaning on the GAC, but it's making my life rather miserable right now.
06-19-2008 12:10 PM
So I solved my own problem eventually.
On the advice of an ACC I went through these steps to no avail.
At this point ACT! still crashes in ActSage.exe on startup. The ActFramework is still throwing and TargetInvocation Exception with inner exceptions back to the license provider.
After this I brought out the big guns
06-19-2008 12:46 PM