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Performance Center 9.5 compatibility with .NET framework 4

Hi,

 

Can any one provide me some pointers on the compatibility of LoadRunner 9.5 with .NET Framework 4.

The other technologies used in the application are

WPF with DevExpress and ClickOnce.

 

It would be great help if one can provide the compatible version of LoadRunner/Performance Center for the same.

 

Thanks

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I would appreciate if the founder or some expert can provide me their expert pointers and solutions.

 

Thanks once again.

 

 

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Re: Performance Center 9.5 compatibility with .NET framework 4

Have the same question.

 

Tried in Performance Center 9.5 and Load Runner 11.0

 

Manually write script, during compilation procedure got error:

.. warning MSB3246: Resolved file has a bad image, no metadata, or is otherwise inaccessible. Could not load file or assembly ...

 

Also, I have noticed what LoadRunner use .Net 2 Framework, which could be rootcause of such behavior.

 

 

 

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Re: Performance Center 9.5 compatibility with .NET framework 4

 

The latest version of LR, LR11 mentions the following,
 
      Supports Framework 2.0
  • Supports .NET Remoting
  • Supports C# and provides improved Visual Studio integration
  • Provides recording options for managing and creating custom filters in customized environments

 

 

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