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Upgrading model from database

Posted on 2016-09-01
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Hi

I am having some issues upgrading my model from the database.

I am using SQL server 16.
My projects are built using .NET 4.0.

I used to have no issues updating the model but since upgrading to SQL Server 2016, it is requesting .NET framework 5 or 6 to be installed.

When I go to update the model it lets me know that the model is not compatible with my current version of .NET framework.

If I upgrade the model, it crashes the application with errors.

My target framework only goes to 4.6

Where do I go to from here?
Can someone point me in the right direction.

Thanks.
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I used to have no issues updating the model but since upgrading to SQL Server 2016, it is requesting .NET framework 5 or 6 to be installed.
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Where do I go to from here?  
Can't you just install .NET Framework 6?
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What a headache!
But finally ironed out all the errors.

Was hoping for a more simple solution.
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