This looks as if I'm in the right place.
One thing, I'm the developer. Rather I'm a project manager and I'm trying to deploy a web service as well as understand what a developer is telling me. (I have coded before however.)
Our firm has some pretty generic unmanaged C++ code. A developer wrapped the C++ classes in managed code using VS 2005 to create a web service. The web service has been deployed on a Windows Server 2003 / IIS v6.0 platform for a few years and is running
Now, we have a client that wants to run the web service on a 64-bit platform. We've compiled the and targeted "Release" and "X64" with both VS 2005 and VS 2010.
Now, when we deploy the web service to Windows 2003/ v6.0, we get this error:
>> An attempt was made to load an assembly with an incorrect format
On the IIS forum, they suggested that the application could still be linking in 32 bit code. So these are my questions:
1. If 32 bit code is in fact being linked in, and we set VS to target a 64-bit platform, shouldn't we at the very least get a warning message to this effect at the very least (if not an out right error)? The lack of such a message leads to suspect what I
was told on the other forum.
2. But, even leaving the above aside. when a developer is telling me that he's writi
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