First things first:
Windows XP SP2
Visual Studio 2002 is installed
Visual Studio 2005 Standard is installed
I'm trying to evaluate FlyGrid, but am having problems. The first time I went through the installation I chose to not install to any of the IDEs. Then I went to add FlyGrid to my toolbox. I have to browse to the dll, and if i choose \\FlyGrid\\Bin\\.Net 2.0\\NineRays.FlyGrid.dll I get the following error:
Unable to find assembly 'NineRays.FlyGrid, Version=184.108.40.20618, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=a4c41e6c73e32dc8'.
...and if I choose \\FlyGrid\\Bin\\NineRays.FlyGrid.dll I get the following:
Unable to find assembly 'NineRays.FlyGrid, Version=220.127.116.1102, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=a4c41e6c73e32dc8'.
If I choose to install to VS2005 I get the following error during installation:
Exception: Package 'ToolBox Control Installer Package' failed to load.I click OK and it tells me that installation was successful. Upon starting up VS2005 I have no FlyGrid tems in the toolbox. I then added the FlyGrid...I didn't have to browse for it this time, it was already in the .NET Components list. I then set the FlyGrid.Rows.DataSource and FlyGrid.Rows.DataMember properties and as soon as I press F5 to start my app, the following error pops up:
StackTrace: at EnvDTE._DTE.ExecuteCommand(String CommandName, String CommandArgs)
at 0.W.0(String , String , String , Boolean )
Code generation for property 'Items' failed. Error was: ''NodeConverter' is unable to convert '0.g' to 'System.ComponentModel.Design.Serialization.InstanceDescriptor'.'...and no data shows up in the grid.
Judging by the demo application(s), it looks like FlyGrid would suit our needs perfectly, but I'd really like to be able to test it out in an app first.
Any ideas as to what's going on here?