I just read this aricle http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/ee819091.aspx. In Figure 2 (Will These Runtimes Load in the Same Process?)
You can read that it is OK to load an assembly compiled against .NET 4 CLR from an application compiled against .NET 2 CLR. But later in the aricle under "Library Developers and Consumers " you can read that it will not work
I have a web application (ASP.NET) compiled against .NET 2 CLR that needs to reference an assembly compiled against .NET 4 CLR. Will this work or not? I have tried it several times and it works fine. I don't understand the text in the aricle becase Figure
2 says it's OK but the text under "Library Developers" says it will not be OK. But for me it works. Maybe I have just had luck?
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