Hi @DeanMauro does the activity creator 4.0 require .NET framework 4.6.1? I installed it in my VS 2022 thinking that the only requirement would have been .NET 6 but when I create a new project it still asks me for .NET framework 4.6.1.
And the output message error from VS is:
The ‘Publish’ target is not supported without specifying a target framework. The current project targets multiple frameworks, you must specify the framework for the published application.
I have 2 machines with VS2022. On the machine with an older version of VS 2022 everything is working well. More than that, I took a snapshot at virtual machine where I have the old version of VS 2022. After that, I updated the VS 2022 at the latest version. After the update, the publish is not working anymore. If I restored the machine to previous state, the extension is working well. I think is something related with an update of .Net Core from this new version
In v3 I was able to build a NuGet package directly from publish, but in v4 it generates some dlls in the output folder.
My way of upgrading from legacy 4.6 to the new 6, was to create a new blank project and from there on create everything manually, making sure everything is .net 6 compatible.
My end result is this folder with dlls. How do I get this into a working nupkg?
I have found multiple guides, but none seems to work.
Last one stated the package should look like this:
But when importing it into UiPath, I get the error