We are using Autodesk Utility Design 2009 with Windows XP. We have built custom add-ons in C# (.Net Framework 2.0) on top of the core product to meet client specific requirements.
Now organization is planning to upgrade OS to Windows 7. We are able to lauch and work in AUD 2009 in Windows 7, but it behaves wierd. Can anybody give us feew details like
1. Is Autodesk Utility Design 2009 is compatible with Windows 7?
2. If compatible with Windows 7, is it custom built addon code developed in C# (.NET framework 2.0) creating issues?
3. If AUD 2009 copatible, is there any specific patch we need to install, so that AUD 2009 works perfect in Windows 7?
4. What all the common problems can occure while working with AUD 2009 in Windows 7?
Please treat this as urgent and guide me
AUD2009 is not supported on Windows 7, however it does seem to run on Windows 7 32 bit, it definitely will not run on Windows 7 64 bit. you can't even run the installer on Windows 7 64 bit
I don't know the answer to question 2, you might want to try and touch base with John Yetter at SNS
he can probably steer you in the rigt direction.
his email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Small doubt again. If we write add on code on AUD 2009 using .NET Framework 4.0, will that work or we need to stick to .NET Framework 2.0.
We are using lot of add on code on top AUD 2009.
Thanks in advance
the answer looks to be unfortunately No, it looks like the 4.0 framework requires VS 2010 and isn't compatible with VS 2005 or VS 2008
here is an Article I found: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1836410/can-i-d
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