I am using the latest version of Visual Studio 2017 with Resharper. Also I am using the latest official version of your zipped Binaries. But I have no installation of your Control Suite and also no GAC-Registration. The assemlies are referenced from a Binaries-Folder.
Do you have any hint for me?
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I downloaded the sample project my colleague provided in the forum thread you referenced, wrapped the RadMap in a RadBusyIndicator and replaced the binaries with the latest ones provided by the UI for WPF suite. After doing so, the project builds successfully at my end. I've attached the modified project to my reply for your reference.
What I can suggest is to load the .csproj file in a text editor and make sure that all of the references point to the expected assemblies. Here's how the .csproj referenced look at my end:
You can replace the HintPaths with the actual location of your binaries, save the modified .csproj file, rebuild the project and see if this solves your issue.
Please let me know how this goes.
thanks for you reply, but it sadly doesn't help me. I'm using relative paths without any version info:
Replacing it with a specific version also doesn't help me.
I also tried absolute paths with no success.
Maybe you can try the example of your collegue on a computer without any Telerik stuff on it. For myself I will try to install the WPF setup.
Thank you and best regards,
I uninstalled all Telerik installations from my computer and downloaded the Telerik_UI_for_WPF_2018_1_220_Dev_Hotfix.zip from the official website. I then placed the extracted assemblies in a Binaries folder in the same folder as the .csproj file of the project from my last reply, removed the existing references and added new ones pointing to these dlls. I deliberately removed the version from the references in the .csproj file and here is its final content:
After cleaning and rebuilding the project, I'm able to successfully run the application.
Could you please try going over the same action steps as the ones I described and let me know if you're able to run the project?
I look forward to your reply.
sorry for my late answer. I found my problem. The console output gave me the hint.
The problem is, when you load an assembly from an external source, window maybe disallow this behaviour. You have manually accept this for every assembly - see attachment.
After clearing the ShadowCache everythings work fine. I hope this helps others running in this problem.
Thank you very much for sharing your solution with the community.
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