I am trying to add packages to a project that target .NET Core or .NET 5, but they always fail because UiPath is redirecting the target to .NETFramework,v4.6.1.
Is .NETFramework the only supported version of .NET, or is there some prerequisite setup I need to do to enable .NETCore/.NET50?
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Actually the Studio is indeed refering to .Net 4.6. but we have an update to newer version on the roadmap. Stay tuned!
Hello any news on the update to support .Net 4.7.x or greater?
Have you checked already our newest release?
UiPath Community 2021.6 Preview Release
Continuing our journey into the new architecture based on .NET Core, UiPath Studio 2021.6 Preview brings support for Net 5 Windows workflows.
To benefit from the new functionality, you can select a new target type during the new project dialog. A Modern (.Net 5 Windows) has been added. This new architecture can run 64-bit activities and the packages are now compiled before publishing.
To simplify usage and adoption, when attempting to install…
Yes I have tried it, but gets the same error an extension may not be on a greater version of .net 4.6.1
Could you maybe elaborate on what are you trying to achieve?
I’m trying to build an extension where I use a component witch requiers .Net 4.6.2 or above.
The extension template has locked the .Net version to 4.6.1 and if I manuly change it to 4.6.2 the studio will not see it or install it refering to version 4.6.1 to work.
As mentioned above, latest Studio versions should accept packages built for .NET 5. In fact, we are currently migrating the existing packages for them to be supported by the new framework.
As such, if you build your custom activity on .NET 5, you will be able to use it with .NET 5 projects in Studio.
However, the template has not been maintained and I cannot promise any deadline on when it will be updated to .NET 5.