Good to know. Thanks, Richard. If it were my choice, I would purchase
Visual Studio Professional, but (unless I'm missing something) it's $799
and with my new employer, I haven't had to do any .NET programming to this
point. I'm using .NET in part because the application I am working on
entails integrating data feeds from Sony cameras, which are currently only
supported by Sony with a provided ActiveX control or an SDK for Visual C++
and C#. I could use different technology, but then I'd have to write
everything from scratch. So given this project, the value and/or need for
.NET development might be proven, whereby I could justify purchasing the
full edition for future projects. For now, though, I think I can get by
with Express.

Blake


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message: 2
date: Fri, 16 Jul 2010 12:20:39 -0500
from: "Richard Schoen" <richard@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: Re: [SystemiDotNet] Data provider question

As you've discovered this doesn't work with Express.

Spend the few hundred to get the Professional Edition and it will work
fine with 2008 or 2010.

Just make sure you're using the V6R1 or above provider.

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Richard Schoen
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