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support for AutomatedQA.script.var .NET 471 TC12.6

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support for AutomatedQA.script.var .NET 471 TC12.6

 
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Re: support for AutomatedQA.script.var .NET 471 TC12.6

What's the question?


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Re: support for AutomatedQA.script.var .NET 471 TC12.6

Hi @EvgenyTitov,

 

Could you please clarify your request?

We will be happy to assist you.

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Re: support for AutomatedQA.script.var .NET 471 TC12.6

Hi, I use TestComlpete 12 dlls in my Visual Studio solution.

If I compile solution as .NET 4.5.2, everything works fine but

if solution compiled as .NET 4.7.1, AutomatedQA.script.var is not supported.

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Re: support for AutomatedQA.script.var .NET 471 TC12.6

Note that connected applications have been deprecated in favor of the TestLeft solution.  They are still supported but you should look at moving to a different methodology.

That said, according to the documentation, coding connected applications with Visual Studio only supports 2013 and earlier.  I'm not sure where the .NET cutoff is but this might play into the problem you're having.


Robert Martin
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