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If you already have .Net 4.0 installed and install a program that brings in an earlier version of .Net, or manually install an earlier version of .Net afterwards, you may get an exception page that matches the title of this article.
This is a simple fix, outlined in detail in MSDN article referenced at the bottom.
%windir%\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v4.0.30319 %windir%\Microsoft.NET\Framework64\v4.0.30319 (on a 64-bit computer)
browse to the location of the folder containing the version of asp_net regiis such as:
run aspnet_regiis -lk to get the virtual path you will need in the next command. to see which ID matches your website launch IIS manager and under websites you will see a column called “identifier”.
run the command:
aspnet_regiis.exe -norestart -s “W3SVC\1398789133”
CodeProject (WCF Service in Windows Service), http://www.codeproject.com/KB/WCF/WCF_windows_hosting.aspx
MSDN (Debug Windows Service Applications), http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/7a50syb3(v=vs.80).aspx
MSDN (Host WCF Service in Managed Windows Service), http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms733069.aspx
Most of the links below are relatively introductory, but they do serve as a quick refresher if it has been awhile since you have worked with Silverlight.
Though not all of the links are specific to SL4, I would recommend a path of RIA services in conjunction with ADO .Net Entity framework for your business apps as these new process flows simplify the project structure and are improvements upon their predecessors.
For quick “agile” development, Linq to SQL is still the way to go IMO, but ADO .Net is also great nonetheless.
– Walkthrough creating a silverlight business application (4.0 or later) and retrieve data using WCF service.
– Using ADO .Net Entity Model / Framework with Silverlight (4.0 or later)
– Silverlight custom data forms (3.0 or later)
– Basic Animation in Silverlight
– General Reference (all versions)
– Run Silverlight on Desktop (Out of Browser Application)