Re: Why can't i use NSOtherLogger class in my custom formatter class?
Thanks for your reply, Joe!
I saw this thread and it didn't help me. :(
I tried to use different variants with <supportedRuntime>, installed
versions of .NET (1.0 and 1.1), versions of compilers (csc.exe from
.NET 1.0 and .NET 1.1) and etc ...
It's work if i extract public key from
Microsoft.SqlServer.NotificationServices.dll assembly and use it for
signing my custom formatter assembly with attribute [assembly:
AssemblyDelaySign(true)]. Then i run command "sn -Vr formatter.dll" ...
This method turn off verification of StrongName for my assembly, but i
think that it's not best variant.
I tried to decompile Microsoft.SqlServer.NotificationServices.dll and
saw that NSOtherLogger class has StrongNamePermission attribute with
It's mean that this class can use only by men who have microsoft key
Interesting why ?? Is it correct?
Very many other helpful classes has this attribute. These classes
hasn't "internal" attribute and i want to use their. How can i cheat
Thanks for read my gibberish :)