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I have a problem where my Just decompile can never connect to the servers.

please advise?

 

Error below:

Cannot connect to JustDecompile server.
Please, check your internet connection.
The request channel timed out while waiting for a reply after 00:00:13.8077585. Increase the timeout value passed to the call to Request or increase the SendTimeout value on the Binding. The time allotted to this operation may have been a portion of a longer timeout.

John
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 answered on 20 Jan 2022
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Installed the latest version (19.1.118.0) of Just Decompile and getting server connection error when trying to access Plug-Ins Manager. Appears to be a known issue as it was addressed previously in an older Forum thread from 2013 but was never resolved. On that thread, in June of 2021, a Developer commented that it was being worked on. Wanting to know if there has been an update on this.  Appears to be an issue with a certificate according to the previous thread.
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 answered on 20 Jan 2022
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I've this .exe file and set of DLLs for a software which keeps track of player points. I need to modify the variable value to increase from 15 to 21. So I looked around for options and Telerik Decompiler was mentioned in quite a few places. I used the decompile and was able to see the .exe source code. However the decompiler doesn't allow me to edit the code.

So how do I go about making that small change in the code and not mess up the existing functionality azar?

shagle

Thanks

Jack
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 updated question on 09 Dec 2021
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Hello everyone,

In connection with this UserVoice idea, we want to suggest a workaround.

Please override the “JustDecompile.exe.config”(located in the root folder of the JustDecompile.exe) using the shared content below. This way JustDecompile will be able to bypass the local proxy server, if any. Those configurations will tell JD to use the default proxy settings defined in the IE option panel.

<?xml version="1.0"?>
<configuration>
  <startup>
    <supportedRuntime version="v4.0" sku=".NETFramework,Version=v4.0" />
  </startup>
  <runtime>
    <loadFromRemoteSources enabled="true"/>
  </runtime>
  <system.serviceModel>
    <bindings>
      <basicHttpBinding>
        <binding name="BasicHttpBinding_IUpdatesService" />
      </basicHttpBinding>
    </bindings>
    <client>
          binding="basicHttpBinding" bindingConfiguration="BasicHttpBinding_IUpdatesService"
          contract="Services.IUpdatesService" name="BasicHttpBinding_IUpdatesService" />
    </client>
  </system.serviceModel>
  <system.net>
    <defaultProxy enabled="true" useDefaultCredentials="true">
      <proxy autoDetect="True"/>
    </defaultProxy>
  </system.net>
</configuration>

Please let us know should you have any issues doing so.

Best,
The JustDecompile team
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 answered on 14 Nov 2021
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 without using build-in plugin finder/installer since it's always failed to connected

 

thanks

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 answered on 28 Jul 2021
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When I decompile code for one of the method I am getting below error. Can someone please guide what can be done to resolve that ?

 

// Current member / type
: System.Threading.Tasks.Task`1<System.Boolean> TPluginRegistrator.Registrator::AuhorizeAndStoreTokens()
// File path: sample.exe
//
// Product version: 2019.1.118.0
// Exception in: System.Threading.Tasks.Task<System.Boolean> AuhorizeAndStoreTokens()
//
// Specified method is not supported.
//    at Telerik.JustDecompiler.Common.Extensions.(TypeReference ‹, TypeReference& ‚) in C:\DeveloperTooling_JD_Agent1\_work\15\s\OpenSource\Cecil.Decompiler\Common\Extensions.cs:line 113
//    at ž..(Expression –, TypeReference& ) in C:\DeveloperTooling_JD_Agent1\_work\15\s\OpenSource\Cecil.Decompiler\Steps\FixBinaryExpressionsStep.cs:line 240
//    at ž..•(BinaryExpression –) in C:\DeveloperTooling_JD_Agent1\_work\15\s\OpenSource\Cecil.Decompiler\Steps\FixBinaryExpressionsStep.cs:line 221
//    at †”.‰Ÿ.—š(ICodeNode ) in C:\DeveloperTooling_JD_Agent1\_work\15\s\OpenSource\Cecil.Decompiler\Ast\BaseCodeTransformer.cs:line 97
//    at †”.‰Ÿ.Visit(ICodeNode ) in C:\DeveloperTooling_JD_Agent1\_work\15\s\OpenSource\Cecil.Decompiler\Ast\BaseCodeTransformer.cs:line 276
//    at ž..•(BinaryExpression –) in C:\DeveloperTooling_JD_Agent1\_work\15\s\OpenSource\Cecil.Decompiler\Steps\FixBinaryExpressionsStep.cs:line 75
//    at †”.‰Ÿ.—š(ICodeNode ) in C:\DeveloperTooling_JD_Agent1\_work\15\s\OpenSource\Cecil.Decompiler\Ast\BaseCodeTransformer.cs:line 97
//    at †”.‰Ÿ.Visit(ICodeNode ) in C:\DeveloperTooling_JD_Agent1\_work\15\s\OpenSource\Cecil.Decompiler\Ast\BaseCodeTransformer.cs:line 276
//    at ž..œ(DecompilationContext ™, •Ÿ €–) in C:\DeveloperTooling_JD_Agent1\_work\15\s\OpenSource\Cecil.Decompiler\Steps\FixBinaryExpressionsStep.cs:line 44
//    at Telerik.JustDecompiler.Decompiler.ExpressionDecompilerStep.œ(DecompilationContext Ž, •Ÿ €–) in C:\DeveloperTooling_JD_Agent1\_work\15\s\OpenSource\Cecil.Decompiler\Decompiler\ExpressionDecompilerStep.cs:line 91
//    at ‚–.™“.(MethodBody €–, •Ÿ Ÿ, ILanguage ) in C:\DeveloperTooling_JD_Agent1\_work\15\s\OpenSource\Cecil.Decompiler\Decompiler\DecompilationPipeline.cs:line 88
//    at ‚–.™“.‹(MethodBody €–, ILanguage ) in C:\DeveloperTooling_JD_Agent1\_work\15\s\OpenSource\Cecil.Decompiler\Decompiler\DecompilationPipeline.cs:line 70
//    at Telerik.JustDecompiler.Decompiler.Extensions.“(MethodBody €–, DecompilationContext †, Œ Ÿ“, Func`2 ”, DecompilationContext& ”“) in C:\DeveloperTooling_JD_Agent1\_work\15\s\OpenSource\Cecil.Decompiler\Decompiler\Extensions.cs:line 104
//    at Telerik.JustDecompiler.Decompiler.Extensions.”(MethodBody €–, DecompilationContext †, ‡& ‡) in C:\DeveloperTooling_JD_Agent1\_work\15\s\OpenSource\Cecil.Decompiler\Decompiler\Extensions.cs:line 150
//    at ž.Ž.Ž() in C:\DeveloperTooling_JD_Agent1\_work\15\s\OpenSource\Cecil.Decompiler\Steps\RebuildAsyncStatementsStep.cs:line 148
//    at ž.Ž.Match() in C:\DeveloperTooling_JD_Agent1\_work\15\s\OpenSource\Cecil.Decompiler\Steps\RebuildAsyncStatementsStep.cs:line 57
//    at ž.Ž.œ(DecompilationContext ™, •Ÿ €–) in C:\DeveloperTooling_JD_Agent1\_work\15\s\OpenSource\Cecil.Decompiler\Steps\RebuildAsyncStatementsStep.cs:line 31
//    at ‚–.™“.(MethodBody €–, •Ÿ Ÿ, ILanguage ) in C:\DeveloperTooling_JD_Agent1\_work\15\s\OpenSource\Cecil.Decompiler\Decompiler\DecompilationPipeline.cs:line 88
//    at ‚–.™“.‹(MethodBody €–, ILanguage ) in C:\DeveloperTooling_JD_Agent1\_work\15\s\OpenSource\Cecil.Decompiler\Decompiler\DecompilationPipeline.cs:line 70
//    at Telerik.JustDecompiler.Decompiler.Extensions.›“(™“ œ“, ILanguage , MethodBody €–, DecompilationContext& ™) in C:\DeveloperTooling_JD_Agent1\_work\15\s\OpenSource\Cecil.Decompiler\Decompiler\Extensions.cs:line 95
//    at Telerik.JustDecompiler.Decompiler.Extensions.š“(MethodBody €–, ILanguage , DecompilationContext& ™,  œ–) in C:\DeveloperTooling_JD_Agent1\_work\15\s\OpenSource\Cecil.Decompiler\Decompiler\Extensions.cs:line 58
//    at ——.ƒ˜.—(ILanguage , MethodDefinition €,  œ–) in C:\DeveloperTooling_JD_Agent1\_work\15\s\OpenSource\Cecil.Decompiler\Decompiler\WriterContextServices\BaseWriterContextService.cs:line 117
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Nick Iliev
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 answered on 08 May 2021
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Hi,

When I am decompiling my .NET Framework DLL using tool it for some method it generated below code and it gives error. 

Why it is providing d__12 ? and it gives error in many method which converted similar as below. 

            TicketeHttpClient.< GetPluginData > d__12 variable = null;
            AsyncTaskMethodBuilder<TPluginJson> asyncTaskMethodBuilder = AsyncTaskMethodBuilder<TPluginJson>.Create();
            asyncTaskMethodBuilder.Start < TicketeHttpClient.< GetPluginData > d__12 > (ref variable);
            return asyncTaskMethodBuilder.Task;

Please advice what went wrong in this case and how to resolve the problem.

Nick Iliev
Telerik team
 answered on 08 May 2021
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I am trying to unlock a spreadsheet DLL that I locked up with LockXLSRuntime.dll.   For some reason this DLL will not decompile.  JustDecompile does not give any indication what is invalid about the DLL. The attached file is a .rar with the

Any help would be appreciated. 

Thank you.

Richard

Nick Iliev
Telerik team
 answered on 11 Mar 2021
3 answers
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I just downloaded the product, because i have an in house application with lost code.  I tried to drag-n-drop the EXE, MDB and even DLL's and they all say "is not currently supported".  I'm not sure what I am suppose to do to make this work.
Nick Iliev
Telerik team
 answered on 19 Feb 2021
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338 views
Hi guys,

I'm interested in trying out this tool. At my work however, my dev environment does not have Internet connection and therefore I cannot install this tool. Is there anything I can do to try this tool out at work?

Thanks,
Bernado
Nick Iliev
Telerik team
 answered on 23 Dec 2020
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