NET Framework 4.6.2, there is a change in how Claims Identity constructors with an IIdentity parameter set the Actor property.
A Cryptographic Exception with the message "The requested key size is not supported" is thrown. Get Public Key method changed (without a quirk) from a Crypto Service Provider implementation to a Cng implementation.
If the old semantics are required, the iterator variable can be replaced with a separate variable which is explicitly placed outside of the loop's scope. From Async, the implementation of the Completed Synchronously property must be correct for the resulting task to complete. This change (like many other URI changes) will only affect applications targeting the . To keep using the old behavior, target the app against the . Alternatively, scan URI's prior to calling Is Well Formed Uri String(String, Uri Kind) looking for The entity framework version should be matched with the . This change does not affect the 32-bit JIT compiler.
That is, the property must return true if, and only if, the implementation completed synchronously. If IAsync Result implementations correctly return true for the Completed Synchronously property only when a task completed synchronously, then no break will be observed. The known differences include the following: Mitigation of other issues If you encounter any other difference in behavior between code compiled with the older 64-bit compiler and the new 64-bit JIT compiler, or between the debug and release versions of your app that are both compiled with the new 64-bit JIT compiler, you can do the following to compile your app with the older 64-bit JIT compiler: Starting with the .
In the topics that describe retargeting changes, we have classified individual items by their expected impact, as follows: Major This is a significant change that affects a large number of apps or that requires substantial modification of code.
Minor This is a change that affects a small number of apps or that requires minor modification of code.
Applications that depend on the previous behavior can opt out of it using it by adding the following configuration setting to the In addition, applications that target a previous version of the .
NET Framework but are running under a version of the . NET Framework 4.6.2 can opt in to it by adding the following configuration setting to the Starting with the .
Alternatively, the build warnings can be suppressed, or they can be avoided by using an older compiler. If this is not desirable, the app can have the old behavior when running on . NET 4.5 or later to be present, even if the app targeted 4.0.
Now, 4.0-targeted Click Once apps can run on 4.0, even if signed with SHA-256. NET Framework 4.6.2, the Aes Crypto Service Provider decryptor provides a reusable transform.
The app should not require modification because of this change. NET Framework 4.0 to 4.6.2, review the following topics for application compatibility issues that may affect your app: When re-building an ADO.
NET database provider, these differences will require the 'override' keyword to be applied to the Precision and Scale properties.
The symptom of this change is that an iterator variable passed to a delegate is treated as the value it has at the time the delegate is created, rather than the value it has at the time the delegate is invoked. If an app is generating IL that includes a ret opcode in a try region, the app may target . Alternatively, the generated IL may be updated to return after the try region. NET Framework 4.6, a new 64-bit JIT compiler is used for just-in-time compilation.