Same problem here.

Same problem here.

Postby MySqlNET320 User » Wed 14 Dec 2005 19:03

I am have the same problem.. I added MySqlNet 3.20 final to my web application and now get application exeptions that my license is not valid when trying to open a connection.

All I did was upgrade from 3.20beta to 3.20 final. Looks like new features were added and not tested. I'm very disapointed.

I followed all the instructions in the Licensing help and application is still broken.
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tools greyed out?

Postby RobD » Wed 14 Dec 2005 19:39

Glad to hear I'm not the only one!
Are you using Visual Studio 2005?
Are your MySqlDirect tolls greyed out as well?

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Postby RobD » Wed 14 Dec 2005 19:40

whoops that should be "tools"

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MySqlTools

Postby MySqlNET320 User » Wed 14 Dec 2005 19:56

I am only using MySqlNet in a VS2005 web application. I created a Windows Forms application and the tools do not appear to be greyed out. I am just trying to create connections in the code behind the page.

Matt
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Postby RobD » Wed 14 Dec 2005 20:10

My tools are only greyed out for web applications. If I create a windows application I can see them in full color.

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Postby Serious » Fri 16 Dec 2005 07:51

To use MySQLDirect .NET components you have to use 'Component Designer' view.
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