FileVista Source and Standard .Net 4.5
Question asked by Niaj - 6/10/2020 at 10:23 PM
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We have website in normal ASP.Net - Standard  .Net 4.5 -  ( not to be confused with .Net core ). Is File Vista  source code compatible to be integrate into it or it needs .Net Core solution ?

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FileVista currently still is a .NET Framework 4.0+ application.

Note that since Version 7.34.0 - October 31, 2019:

  • Changed: For building source code package, from now on Visual Studio 2017+ (15.3+) is required (due to new sdk-style project files for supporting multiple target frameworks). Note that this is not related to consuming binaries, they still support Visual Studio 2010+. This info is only for “Source License” owners.

FileVista Source code includes:
  • GleamTech.FileVista project (source included - net40 target)
  • GleamTech.FileVista.Core project (source included - net40 target)
  • GleamTech.FileUltimate project (source included - net40 target)
  • GleamTech.Common.dll (only binary - net40 target)
  • GleamTech.DocumentUltimate.dll (only binary - net40 target)
  • GleamTech.ImageUltimate.dll (only binary - net40 target)
  • GleamTech.VideoUltimate.dll (only binary - net40 target)
The reason you need Visual Studio 2017+ (15.3+), is that GleamTech.FileUltimate project is new sdk-style project because it also supports netstandard20 but in its own source code package (target removed when included in FileVista source code package as it's not needed).

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Hello, We are interested in purchasing FileVista with full source code, which might need modifications in Common.dll or DocumentUltimate , ImageUltimate and VideoUltimate code changes to fit them in our solution and support our own custom file storage provider with our business logic and custom encryption etc on top of it. Looking at current binaries in trial mode, I am not able to find any way which helps to extend FileVista and create our own file system provider with all that. Is there option to purchase full source code of all of them instead just binaries ?

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