Link-OS SDK for NET 8.0

E Erwin Y 4 months 4 weeks ago
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.NET is a free, cross-platform, open-source developer platform for building many different types of applications.

.NET Framework is a Windows-only version.

Where can I get Link-OS SDK that supports .NET 8.0?


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E Erwin Y

I'm trying to downgrade My C# Winform (Discount Card) from .NET 8.0 to .Net Framework 4.8 in the hope of being able to use the Link-OS SDK

I succeeded in downgrading the Data Layer, Business Layer, Presentation Layer like this:

<Project Sdk="Microsoft.NET.Sdk">  
        <Reference Include="System" />  
        <Reference Include="System.Core" />  
        <Reference Include="System.Xml.Linq" />  
        <Reference Include="System.Data.DataSetExtensions" />  
        <Reference Include="Microsoft.CSharp" />  
        <Reference Include="System.Data" />  
        <Reference Include="System.Deployment" />  
        <Reference Include="System.Drawing" />  
        <Reference Include="System.Net.Http" />  
        <Reference Include="System.Windows.Forms" />  
        <Reference Include="System.Xml" />  
        <Using Include="System.Windows.Forms" />  

But failed when downgrading the Service Layer, because I used gRPC to share resources and it is not supported by the .Net Framework!

I want to use the ZC300 Card Printer in My Project, but I am hampered by the Link-OS SDK not supporting .NET 8.0

Are there any developers here experiencing the same problem as me, and what is the solution?



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p pepe john

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