Status on 3.5 compatible version?

Aug 23, 2011 at 12:28 PM

Hi,

Love NTextCat, great work! I upgraded my webapp to ASP.NET 4.0 to use NTextCat, but unfortunately I got som really weird database problems so I had to downgrade again. But now I can't use NtextCat :(

In your roadmap you have 3.5 as a goal. Do you have any plans to share when you think you will release this?

Thanks for a great library!

Regards

/Niels

Coordinator
Aug 29, 2011 at 7:44 PM

Hi Niels,

Thank you for feedback and using NTextCat.

I have posted new release of NTextCat 0.1.5. It contains four editions: Basic (.Net 4.0), Full (.Net 4.0) and Basic (.Net 3.5 Client Profile), Full (.Net 3.5 Client Profile).

It is always good to keep your application up to date and use latest stable versions of software/frameworks (e.g. .Net Framework 4.0).

However sometimes it is not possible. One additional reason to have .Net Framework 3.5 version of NTextCat available is SQL Server 2008.

SQL Server 2008 allows you to execute .Net code inside of SQL Server's CLR but current latest version of CLR supported is 3.5.

I hope I will manage to implement CLR-SQL stored procedure soon so that people could use NTextCat in their databases right out-of-box.

Please could you post results of your trials whether new release works in your environment?

Good luck with your ASP.NET webapp!

Best Regards,

Ivan Akcheurov

Marked as answer by IvanAkcheurov on 1/7/2014 at 3:47 PM
Aug 30, 2011 at 5:29 AM
Thanks! I'll try to test this today.

Awesome work! I really appreciate it.

Best Regards
/Niels

2011/8/29 ivanakcheurov <notifications@codeplex.com>:
> From: ivanakcheurov
>
> Hi Niels,
>
> Thank you for feedback and using NTextCat.
>
> I have posted new release of NTextCat 0.1.5. It contains four editions:
> Basic (.Net 4.0), Full (.Net 4.0) and Basic (.Net 3.5 Client Profile), Full
> (.Net 3.5 Client Profile).
>
> It is always good to keep your application up to date and use latest stable
> versions of software/frameworks (e.g. .Net Framework 4.0).
>
> However sometimes it is not possible. One additional reason to have .Net
> Framework 3.5 version of NTextCat available is SQL Server 2008.
>
> SQL Server 2008 allows you to execute .Net code inside of SQL Server's CLR
> but current latest version of CLR supported is 3.5.
>
> I hope I will manage to implement CLR-SQL stored procedure soon so that
> people could use NTextCat in their databases right out-of-box.
>
> Please could you post results of your trials whether new release works in
> your environment?
>
> Good luck with your ASP.NET webapp!
>
> Best Regards,
>
> Ivan Akcheurov
>
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