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7/26/2016 9:10 PM

I had thought the issue might have something to do with the 8.00RC version of DNN I was using, so I went and made a clean install of 8.0.3.

However, I still get these warnings. I really hate working with any errors or warnings, and I would normally just fix this myself, but I can't find anything on the web that addresses what appears to be going on.

  1. The specified version string does not conform to the recommended format. I have zero clue why I am getting this, since the default format you have appears correct, but this is two separate version of dnn now and same message. Any ideas?

  2. I am getting a 'found conflict between separate versions of the same dependent assembly' warning, which needs to be addressed, or nothing will work. Here's the specific error:

Severity Code Description Project File Line Suppression State
Warning Found conflicts between different versions of the same dependent assembly. In Visual Studio, double-click this warning (or select it and press Enter) to fix the conflicts; otherwise, add the following binding redirects to the "runtime" node in the application configuration file:

I have no clue here either, since I am using the spa template and have done nothing. The JSON dll is version 7.0, as the above message states, and I can find no other version around, so I don't know how to fix this. Do I have an old version of the template? I know the whole spa 8 thing is really recent, but it's exactly how I want to build modules, since it uses as little of microsoft propietary stuff as possible (and after 25+ years of using Microsoft, I am finally smart enough to not lock myself in to things like 'asp code' 'windows forms', 'microsoft ajax', etc.., that will just be changed at some point in the future and no longer supported. At least with html/javascript/web api/dnn and c# I know those will be supported years from now...)

Thanks for any help/comments...

I also have a question I can't find answered anywhere. In a previous version of your tutorials, you recommended putting the 'services' folder off the desktop modules. Now, I see you embed it inside a module folder. How does one go about setting the web service up? Do I need to create a web application still? I can't find anything on this at all...kinda hard to get started if I can't get the service going...Is this now handled by DNN 8 or something? Is that why it isn't mentioned at all?

Oh, and just to be clear, I am using the DNN 8 SPA module template, DNN 8.0.3, and created the module project in the desktopmodules/ folder. Am using latest IIS and the website shows up fine...just need to fix the above issues somehow...

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