|Title:||Cannot install VS 2008/2010 design-time components side-by-side|
|Last Modified:||2012-12-24 00:16:13|
|Version Found In:||22.214.171.124|
anonymous added on 2012-12-18 16:54:46:
I installed the package sqlite-netFx40-setup-bundle-x86-2010-126.96.36.199.exe and checked the options to integrate with VS2010. However, the installer did not add the necessary provider, despite me ensuring that the required options were checked.
mistachkin added on 2012-12-19 01:02:52:
I just tested this installer myself using Visual Studio 2010 on Windows XP. Could you provide more details about the target system and the log files from the installation, etc? The log files should be located in the %TEMP% directory on the target machine. They will have names similar to "Setup Log 2012-12-18 #001.txt" and "Installer.exe.trace.tmp29.log". Also, the "Installer.exe.trace.tmp*.log" log file should end with entries similar to: Installer.exe: #105 @ 2012.12.19T00:56:37.1083328: Installer.Main: subKeysCreated = 12, subKeysDeleted = 1, keyValuesSet = 20, keyValuesDeleted = 0 Installer.exe: #106 @ 2012.12.19T00:56:37.1083328: Installer.Main: Success.
anonymous added on 2012-12-19 13:26:39:
Found the issue - it seems the .NET 4.0 package doesn't work properly when installed after the .NET 3.5 package. I had to remove all versions of System.Data.SQLite, then install *only* sqlite-netFx40-setup-bundle-x86-2010-188.8.131.52.exe. That got everything working properly. Either this needs to be documented on the downloads page, or the installers need fixing to allow side-by-side installs. MS does it with the entire .NET Framework, so surely it can be done for a single assembly.
mistachkin added on 2012-12-20 01:24:45:
I think the root of the problem is the requirement to place the System.Data.SQLite assemblies into the GAC (which is only side-by-side if the assembly versions differ). In this case, the assembly versions are all "184.108.40.206", by design. I'm not sure that I see a clean way around this. Therefore, I'm changing this ticket into a feature request to prevent it from blocking the release.