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Krill

Unfortunately this didn't work for me. Also I don't have VS2012 installed just VS2010 Professional

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With the introduction of the .NET 4.5 framework, Microsoft has changed the paradigm
for publishing applications. Prior to 4.5, we used a web deployment project to
create any deployment. In 4.5, all deployment is by publishing in visual studio.
Please see the Designer online help for 10.0.1, which includes a new section
http://www.ironspeed.com/Designer/10.0.1/WebHelp/Part_VI/Publishing_A_Deployment_Package.htm#Publishing_A_Deployment

Remember that xcopy deployment (without using the deployment wizard), requiring
more manual intervention, still works in any environment.

For wizard deployment, visual studio for the target framework is always required.

-- Bill White


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Steve,
Please open support case if you have not done it yet. Bill is looking into this issue now.
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Originally Posted by Kirill
Guys,
can you try to open Designer\designer.config and add such key:
<add key="VS2010InstallThreshold" value = 0 />
Let me know if it resolves the case.

Also do you have VS2012 installed also?


Thanks for the reply Kirill.

I do not have VS2012 installed.

I can't test adding the key at the moment as I need to complete a piece of work started under ISD 10.0 and uninstalling it to reinstall 10.0.1 to test will be difficult.
I will test as soon as I have the opportunity.



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Krill

I opened a support case a few days ago, Bill is looking at it. Hopefully will find out what the issue is soon.

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Krill

Just updated my support case, added in the line of code in my Designer.config file (correctly this time) and application sees VS2010 and lets me use the deploy wizard.

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Quote:
Originally Posted by Kirill
Guys,
can you try to open Designer\designer.config and add such key:
<add key="VS2010InstallThreshold" value = 0 />
Let me know if it resolves the case.

Also do you have VS2012 installed also?


Thanks for the reply Kirill.

I do not have VS2012 installed.

I can't test adding the key at the moment as I need to complete a piece of work started under ISD 10.0 and uninstalling it to reinstall 10.0.1 to test will be difficult.
I will test as soon as I have the opportunity.

UPDATE: 7 Jun 2013
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Tested ISD 10.0.1 withe the line added to Designer.config and it works !
Have been running ISD 10.0.1 for a day and all seems well.
Thanks for all the help.




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I have the same problem with deployment in VS2010. When I add key <add key="VS2010InstallThreshold" value="0" /> into designer.config, ISD crash when is started.
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Ironspeed also crashed for me when pasting that line in.
But ... when I opened up the designer\designer.config I noticed that the cut'n'paste had automatically altered the pasted text to an invalid format:
Quote:
<add key="VS2010InstallThreshold" value = 0 />

Note the incorrect value = 0

But what you actually want is this:
Quote:
<add key="VS2010InstallThreshold" value="0" />


So, open up the designer\designer.config and double-check that the text matches that above.
And make sure Ironspeed is NOT open when you do these changes.

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That's what I have noticed as well. That's why I highlighted the value ="0" when I responded next to Kirill solution.

Cheers,
Jimi J

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