02-12-2016 11:48 AM
I don't know that there is an official list although I'm sure that one could be created. The significant thing is that Act! 2010 used .NET 2 and Act! 2013 and later use .NET 4. You can use .NET 3.5 with Act! 2010 because it is basically a superset of .NET 2. If you compile with earlier versions of the framework you can continue to use .NET 3.5 with later versions of Act! but if you use a later version of the framework to use other features in Act! then you need to switch to .NET 4. I'm sure that you knew all of that. I just said it so that if there was someone else reading this who had just started doing Act! development they might appreciate it. If would be nice to know which version of .NET the DLLs were compiled with if someone has that info handy. I'll see if there is a way to tell.
02-12-2016 09:13 PM
This is just the desktop versions but I'm pretty sure the web will be the same. These are just the versions I had handy but the .NET Versions are correct.
Act! Version .NET Version
02-16-2016 06:29 AM
I really thank you for you info but I think you may be wrong about the web. I remember they slip-streamed .net 4.0 into a build like a 14.1. And this was only for APFW.
Since your listing is not official I can not use it base critical business decision going forward.
Could somebody from Swiftpage please reply to my request.
-- Jim Durkin
02-16-2016 08:00 AM
No problem. It was an interesting project. I was surprised that they used the base version for .NET and didn't use one of the updates when they bound the dlls.