I just read on another post that solutions developed on 32 bit machine will run without problem on 64 bit machine. But here is my problem.
Solution developed on windows xp, 32 bit.
Solution currently running on windows 2000 32 bit, with sql server 2003.
Migrated solution to windows server 64 bit with sql server 2008 and get following error:
could not load file or assembly microsoft.sqlserver.batchparser version 18.104.22.168.
I am learning this as I go along, working on software already partially developed. I created an install package that includes all dependencies including batchparser, but I assume it is batchparser for 32 bit. I looked on gac of target machine and
batchparser is in there twice, I assume for 32 bit and 64 bit since I read that it's the only dll that you need both versions for. But I think my solution is not looking in gac, it's looking in my solution folder. Even so, I renamed the batchparser.dll
in my solutions folder hoping that the program would resolve dependency by looking in gac, but it didn't work.
So what do I need to do? I think I need to put the 64 bit batchparser.dll in my solution folder and my install package, but where do I get it? I don't want to download and install the 64 bit libraries on my 32 bit development machine, and I can't find just
the 64 bit batchpa
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