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Copper Contributor
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ProductVersionMismatchException

So I a working on an add-on and this code works on my laptop but fails on my desktop.

 

 

ActFramework af = new ActFramework(); af.LogOn(@"C:\Users\dougd\Documents\ACT\ACT for Windows 11\Databases\Act11Demo.pad", "", "");

 

They both have the same version of Act 2009 installed.  When I started this project I referenced the ACT dlls from a folder that I copied onto my PC from the ACT Premium install CD.  The weird part is that I started the pjoect on the desktop where it doesn't work.

 

Any ideas?

 

DD

 


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Accepted by topic author DougDiehnelt
‎09-25-2015 03:20 AM
Copper Contributor
Posts: 5
Country: United States

Re: ProductVersionMismatchException

The solution to this proplem is the fact that my development PC is 64bit and I was compiling the application in "Any CPU Mode"  if you set the build target to x86 all is good. 

 

Hope this helps someone else down the line.

 

 

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Copper Contributor
Posts: 5
Country: United States

Re: ProductVersionMismatchException

Update: Well I have determined that the problems lies in the fact that the LicenseManger is not reporting the correct serial number/product tier when the framework is created.

 

Now if I can just figure that one out....

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Accepted by topic author DougDiehnelt
‎09-25-2015 03:20 AM
Copper Contributor
Posts: 5
Country: United States

Re: ProductVersionMismatchException

The solution to this proplem is the fact that my development PC is 64bit and I was compiling the application in "Any CPU Mode"  if you set the build target to x86 all is good. 

 

Hope this helps someone else down the line.

 

 

Copper Contributor
Posts: 12
Country: Australia

Re: ProductVersionMismatchException

I get the same exception, with similar context (runs on one machine, not on the other). Alas this is not the reason. I have set the build target to x86 with no success alas.