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Are you having issues with Application Configuration files on the .NET Compact Framework version 2?
I've talked before about application configuration file support in the .NET Compact Framework version 2. I've discussed promoting version 1 applications to run on version 2 , and some of the elements of the file's format . Today, I'd like to spend some time talking about some scenarios where application...
23 Feb 2006
Running NetCF v1 applications on v2 post has been updated
Just a quick note for those of you who have already read my " Is your application running on version 2 of the .NET Compact Framework? " post... Today, I updated the application configuration file data to list all versions of the .NET Compact Framework, including all version 1 service pack releases. When...
11 Nov 2005
Is your application running on version 2 of the .NET Compact Framework?
Now that version 2 of the .NET Compact Framework has been released and Visual Studio 2005 has been launched, I thought it would be a good idea to post an update to the application configuration (app.config) file needed to allow your .NET Compact Framework v1 applications to enjoy the benefits of the...
9 Nov 2005
Running NetCF v1 Applications on v2 - Part II
Several months ago, I posted on using an application configuration file to instruct your NetCF v1 application to run against NetCF v2. As with Beta 1, this file must be named <appname>.exe.config and must be located in the same directory as your application (ex: myapp.exe.config must be in the...
19 Apr 2005
How do I force my NetCF v1 application to run against NetCF v2?
In my “NetCF v2 now supports NTLM” post , I mentioned that the 3 ways to gain NTLM support with existing code are: Building your application against the v2 beta Uninstall v1 from your device (not possible on PPC 2003 devices, as v1 is installed in ROM) Construct an application...
3 Aug 2004
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