M9 1a8 8 0 1 0 0 16A8 8 0 0 0 9 1zm. M9 1a8 8 0 1 0 0 16A8 8 0 0 0 half life model viewer.exe 1zM8 15. The application target framework is .
0 be installed in the global assembly cache first. Now all the required files will be added to your installation setup good to go! Your users will need to have this package installed as well. If you just copy and paste a MS DLL, you’ll have to redeploy it every time you upgrade your application. This isn’t a big file and you’re probably using it as a report viewer control on a form, nothing more. In Visual Studio, go to the reference in your project for the assembly Microsoft. R to get a ‘Run’ prompt.
Paste that folder path in there and execute to jump right into the folder of that DLL. Find the DLL, it should be the only file in that folder, and copy it to your Visual Studio project folder. You shouldn’t care about 100kb of extra space on your drive consumed, and I don’t think this DLL is one you’ll need to update. Back in Visual Studio, right click References, Add Reference, and browse for that DLL in your project folder. After adding the reference, make sure that the Copy Local property is set to true.
DLL because you have included it directly in your published application. In case of Windows 10 it won’t work installing Microsoft Report Viewer 2010 SP1 as describe by user1236560. 86 and x64 depending on your hardware. Both of this package will have to be installed. Unable to install or run the application. The application requires that assembly Microsoft. I do check the version of my .
NET Framework which is version 4. I have several extension files and distributable files downloaded and yet doesn’t solve my problem. 2 days to trouble shoot, Be careful on downloading and installing extension files and distributed files cause it will munch some space too. Change all the Publish Statuses to “Include” in the drop down.