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When running 2008 DocFactory2, I receive a "Could not load file or assembly" error.

When running 2008 DocFactory2, I receive a "Could not load file or assembly" error.

Problem:

When running 2008 DocFactory2, I receive a "Could not load file or assembly" error.

Resolution:

Issue:
When running 2008 DocFactory2, I receive an error, stating:

Could not load file or assembly "vjslib, Version=x.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx" or one of its dependencies. The system cannot find the file specified.












Cause:
This issue is due to the machine running DocFactory not having Visual J# 2.0 present. In typical environments, this is installed with the Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 installation.

Resolution:
To resolve this situation, first make sure Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 is installed. If not, it can be downloaded and installed directly from Microsoft at the following location:

Next, download and install the Microsoft Visual J# 2.0 package from the following location:

In addition, the following Microsoft article can help to determine which version(s) of the .NET Framework are installed and whether service packs have been applied

Old KB# 29807

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