Well, I've been looking at OpenAccess, and it looks like a very significant upgrade for Sitefinity, I'm excited to work with 4.0...
Anyways, I'm having trouble getting OpenAccess running in my current Sitefinity project. I am currently running 3.7.2057 on my local IIS without a hitch. One issue I've run into though (using Visual Studio 2010 beta), is it defaults my class creation to .NET 4.0... not a huge deal, I just change the target framework to 2.0.
I've followed the full tutorial posted (from start to finish) by my new found friend Gabe Sumner here: Open Access Tutorial
The problem is, even if I change the target framework to 2.0, it still throws a message:
not load file or assembly 'MyClass' or one of its dependencies. This
assembly is built by a runtime newer than the currently loaded runtime
and cannot be loaded.
When I first added the class to the library (at the 4.0 level) it asked me if I wanted to update my website project to use the newest framework... should I have done that? How do I get around this? I really want to start using Open Access now, so I can be up and running with the toolset when 4 is released. What Framework is Sitefinity 4 set to utilize? 3.5?