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how to run an .net project

Posted on 2004-04-03
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i have created an .net project in 2003 edition of .net and
if i run or open this project in 2002 .net edtion theb it says "Inavlid .net file"  
so how can i run or open this project in 2002 .net edtion plz tell me

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by:Gaxx
ID: 10751694
Hmmm.. never had to do this but it should be possible to open the .vbproj (or .csproj or whatever) and change the line that reads:

  SchemaVersion = "1.1"

to

  SchemaVersion = "1.0"

I think.... ;)

Lemme know if it works or not as I may need to do this myself some day ;)  It won't work if your code uses any of the 1.1 framework features though...
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farsight earned 125 total points
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Just don't do it.  It's not backward compatible.
You can have both VS.NET 2002 and VS.NET 2003 on the same machine.
I recommend creating a new VS.NET 2002 project, creating new classes and forms, and copying the code and controls into the new items.
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