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2013-07-19 15:18:21 +0100 answered a question OpenOffice DLL CLI_UNO - Not compatible with .NET 4.0 framework

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Adding useLegacyV2RuntimeActivationPolicy to my startup tag got it working...Please try this...

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2013-07-19 14:45:01 +0100 asked a question OpenOffice DLL CLI_UNO - Not compatible with .NET 4.0 framework

Hello,

I currently have the Cli_Uno dll which was built with version 2.0 . I have an application which is built on framework 4.0. I need to use the dll now and am unable to build the project due to the " Mixed mode assembly " error.

This essentially means the dlls in use in the project need to be of the same version. I searched everywhere but was not able to find a version of Cli_uno built on framework 4.0.

Can any one please provide me with link to where i can find one or a possible work around towards using it.

Thanks in Advance... Prasanth.k

2012-11-30 13:44:17 +0100 asked a question What are the licensing requirements? And would such an application be considered an "Application" or a "Combined Work"?

I am considering using LibreOffice SDK in an application which will use the LibreOffice SDK to generate an Spreadsheet. The application would link to cli_basetypes.dll, cli_cppuhelper.dll, cli_oootypes.dll, cli_ure.dll and cli_uretypes.dll.

What are the licensing requirements? And would such an application be considered an "Application" or a "Combined Work"?

Would the Spreadsheet Example at the following URL be considered a "Application" or a "Combined Work" http://api.libreoffice.org/examples/examples.html#CLI_examples

What would be considered the “Minimal Corresponding Source” in the above sample application?