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I check on a regular base the SVN, because we have the email problem on our side. The emails are send with a huge delay (digest is off) and will then get a burst of emails.
Problem is, that password recovery (reset) won't work, because users don't get an email.

Frustrating, so I am waiting for the next release.
BUT, now I see that you have converted it to .NET 4. Oeps, I am running IIS6 on WK2003, so .NET 4 is not an option for me.
My questions are:
- Are you still providing binaries for .NET 3.5, or is .NET 4 the minimum supported version as of 1.9.5.6
- Is it possible to publish the intermediate builds? So, I can install them on my (test) site. If found OK, I can publish it on the site itself.

- Robert

edit:
Bummer! Just saw the twitter message that it will become .NET 4 only.
This means the end of yaf for me I am afraid. Looks like I have to branche.

Thanks for the work so far, but this is the end of the line for me.
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#47
Originally Posted by: Underground

Bummer! Just saw the twitter message that it will become .NET 4 only.
This means the end of yaf for me I am afraid. Looks like I have to branche.

Thanks for the work so far, but this is the end of the line for me.


Are you serious? Why don't you install .NET 4.0 on your server? What's the real reason? You can create a useful setup. We're still using 1.1 for some old apps, don't ask why, we still have to. But the same 64-bit server supports 1.1, 3.5 and 4.0 at the same time. I saw couple publications on the Internet explaining why IIS doesn't simultaneously work with 1.1 and 4.0. Well, it works just fine in our setup for 7 or more months so far.
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How about licence fee? Wanna be a sponsor?:?
If you ran it at a hosting provider in a shared environment you're having it. But it's not the case with a dedicated server.
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Originally Posted by: Dimi



How about licence fee? Wanna be a sponsor?:?
If you ran it at a hosting provider in a shared environment you're having it. But it's not the case with a dedicated server.

Did you mean teh license for IIS? Why can't you install .NET 4.0 on what you're using now? Some unresolvable limitations?
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Did you mean teh license for IIS? Why can't you install .NET 4.0 on what you're using now? Some unresolvable limitations?


No, I mean a licence for the whole bunch of compatible code.

I personally use 4.0 + IIS7.5, but I never add a code which can be 3.5 incompatible for this branch.
I personally think that an application should support current framework version - 1 at a release date.



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@Demi:
Yes, I am serious, deadly serious.
I have also developed .NET application that people can download. And for sure, I won't force the users to go to .NET 4, because it too fresh to force them. Also, my code doesn't need the .NET 4 stack.

But things are even more, far more, critical for servers. Large amount of users use the website. Yaf is not the only thing running on the server. I have a dedicated server running in a data center. Upgrading the server involves huge amount of time and risks. Yes, at home on my PC, I just upgrade. But a remote server is something else.
Note that I need to go to IIS7+ in order to use .NET 4. This is not standard on W2K3. Meaning I have to upgrade all sites etc.

For sure, I need to move to another server in a year maybe. Then I can install everything on the new server preparing it in the background and I can move within minutes/hours. But for now, I cannot take the risk of crashing the system.

I did revert to the version in the repository to just before the .NET4 conversion. I will try to go from there, to see if I can fix the email problem.
Too bad, I liked to follow YAF and be up to date. But the developers have made their choise.
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I notice that this support forum is now running 1.9.5.6 - Will it be released to us YAF lovers in the near future? 😉
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Jaben, any word on when 1.9.5.6 will be available?
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It can solve your problem,please look in below
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Hi guys ive recently tried upgrading from 1.9.5 RC 1 to the latest release but ran into a couple of errors. Is this even possible? Or should I try upgrading from each individual version till i get to the latest.

P.S I read the readme with the build but still had multiple errors.
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Generally upgrading from a 'beta' version is not supported. Part of the reason beta and RC versions are not recommended for production servers. What is the nature of your errors (please start a new thread in either the Installation forum or Bugs/Issues forum) for possible help.
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Upgrading should be supported by YAF code from all versions. At least if you use 1.9.5.x there should not be any problems - beta or not beta - no matter.
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@Demi:

Note that I need to go to IIS7+ in order to use .NET 4. This is not standard on W2K3. Meaning I have to upgrade all sites etc.



.NET 4 runs on IIS 6 / Win 2003.
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