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A business partner using Visual Studio 2005 developing workflow components emailed me through here, so I figured I'd post the answer.

Problem:
When you use one of the iMotion project item templates in Visual Studio 2005, it will product the wrong language code. A C# project will create VB.NET code and vice versa.

Cause:
There is a bug in the installer where the registry keys used to install templates into Visual Studio are reversed (causing the language switch).

Solution:
Log onto DevHelp (http://devhelp.globeranger.com) and go to Support then Utilities for the iMotion Platform. The (current) first download in the list is a registry file you can use to fix the problem. Download the file and import it into your registry.

Posted on Friday, February 2, 2007 7:27 PM iMotion Edgeware Platform | Back to top


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