Getting this error:
System.IO.FileNotFoundException HResult=0x80070002 Message=Could not load file or assembly 'System.Data.Entity, Version=18.104.22.168, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089'. The system cannot find the file specified. Source=... StackTrace: at ....
I create an azure function referencing a class library.
I checked on the class library,
System.Data.Entity is being referenced.
But when I run the azure function, I get this error.
What might be wrong here?
The Azure function is on .Net Core 3.1. The referenced class library (as a project so I can debug it) is on .Net Framework 4.7.2
Is a class library of .net Framework 4.7.2 supported when referenced on .net Core 3.1 (why its not loading System.Data.Entity)?
From this post we can know:
.NET Core doesn't support inclusion of .NET Framework libraries. Period. However, .NET Core supports .NET Standard, and since .NET Framework also implements .NET Standard, Microsoft made a special exception in the compiler to allow you include .NET Framework libraries, with the caveat that they may not actually function at all or totally. You get a warning to this effect when you include a .NET Framework library in a .NET Core project, and it's on you to ensure that the library works correctly end-to-end.
.NET Core supports
.NET Standard library, you can use the package of
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