Update 4.0.2 for the Microsoft .NET Framework 4

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Update (2017): See .NET Framework Releases to learn about newer releases. This release is now unsupported.

With .NET 4, we’ve focused on bringing certain features to market through updates without having to wait for the .NET 4.5 release. This post covers what the latest platform update has to offer. Vivek Mishra from the .NET Servicing team authored the following. — Brandon

The .NET Framework team is excited to announce that Update 4.0.2 for the Microsoft .NET Framework 4 is now available. This is a platform update that offers a set of additional functionality on top of the .NET Framework 4. In this release, we have added support for AlwaysOn and LocalDB in SqlClient. These features were introduced in SQL Server Code Name “Denali.” This post briefly describes what is included in the release and links to the download packages.

You can find further information about how to use this release, setup instructions, and links to documentation in the .NET Framework Developer Center.

What are the features in 4.0.2?

4.0.2 introduces new features for supporting AlwaysOn and LocalDB with SqlClient. 4.0.2 also includes the features that were released as part of 4.0.1. Here’s a complete list of features included in this update:
AlwaysOn support in SqlClientNew 4.0.2 feature
SQL Server Express Local Database Runtime support in SqlClientNew 4.0.2 feature
StateMachine (including designer support)Existing 4.0.1 feature
SqlWorkflowInstanceStore on SQL AzureExisting 4.0.1 feature
Compensation for custom hostsExisting 4.0.1 feature

Note that we did not make any changes to the features that were shipped in Update 4.0.1.

Where can I get 4.0.2?

Target framework changes in Visual Studio

Based on recent customer feedback, 4.0.2 exposes the full .NET Framework version number in the format Major.Minor,Revision (.NET Framework 4.0.2) in the Target framework dropdown in Visual Studio. Note that this update does not change the file versioning system for the .NET Framework files — it only exposes the underlying target framework that you can use.

If you discover any issues while working with this update, please send them our way via Microsoft Connect.

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    Update 4.0.2 for the Microsoft .NET Framework 4

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    Update (2017): See .NET Framework Releases to learn about newer releases. This release is now unsupported.

    With .NET 4, we’ve focused on bringing certain features to market through updates without having to wait for the .NET 4.5 release. This post covers what the latest platform update has to offer. Vivek Mishra from the .NET Servicing team authored the following. — Brandon

    The .NET Framework team is excited to announce that Update 4.0.2 for the Microsoft .NET Framework 4 is now available. This is a platform update that offers a set of additional functionality on top of the .NET Framework 4. In this release, we have added support for AlwaysOn and LocalDB in SqlClient. These features were introduced in SQL Server Code Name “Denali.” This post briefly describes what is included in the release and links to the download packages.

    You can find further information about how to use this release, setup instructions, and links to documentation in the .NET Framework Developer Center.

    What are the features in 4.0.2?

    4.0.2 introduces new features for supporting AlwaysOn and LocalDB with SqlClient. 4.0.2 also includes the features that were released as part of 4.0.1. Here’s a complete list of features included in this update:
    AlwaysOn support in SqlClientNew 4.0.2 feature
    SQL Server Express Local Database Runtime support in SqlClientNew 4.0.2 feature
    StateMachine (including designer support)Existing 4.0.1 feature
    SqlWorkflowInstanceStore on SQL AzureExisting 4.0.1 feature
    Compensation for custom hostsExisting 4.0.1 feature

    Note that we did not make any changes to the features that were shipped in Update 4.0.1.

    Where can I get 4.0.2?

    Target framework changes in Visual Studio

    Based on recent customer feedback, 4.0.2 exposes the full .NET Framework version number in the format Major.Minor,Revision (.NET Framework 4.0.2) in the Target framework dropdown in Visual Studio. Note that this update does not change the file versioning system for the .NET Framework files — it only exposes the underlying target framework that you can use.

    If you discover any issues while working with this update, please send them our way via Microsoft Connect.

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      Update 4.0.2 for the Microsoft .NET Framework 4

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      Update (2017): See .NET Framework Releases to learn about newer releases. This release is now unsupported.

      With .NET 4, we’ve focused on bringing certain features to market through updates without having to wait for the .NET 4.5 release. This post covers what the latest platform update has to offer. Vivek Mishra from the .NET Servicing team authored the following. — Brandon

      The .NET Framework team is excited to announce that Update 4.0.2 for the Microsoft .NET Framework 4 is now available. This is a platform update that offers a set of additional functionality on top of the .NET Framework 4. In this release, we have added support for AlwaysOn and LocalDB in SqlClient. These features were introduced in SQL Server Code Name “Denali.” This post briefly describes what is included in the release and links to the download packages.

      You can find further information about how to use this release, setup instructions, and links to documentation in the .NET Framework Developer Center.

      What are the features in 4.0.2?

      4.0.2 introduces new features for supporting AlwaysOn and LocalDB with SqlClient. 4.0.2 also includes the features that were released as part of 4.0.1. Here’s a complete list of features included in this update:
      AlwaysOn support in SqlClientNew 4.0.2 feature
      SQL Server Express Local Database Runtime support in SqlClientNew 4.0.2 feature
      StateMachine (including designer support)Existing 4.0.1 feature
      SqlWorkflowInstanceStore on SQL AzureExisting 4.0.1 feature
      Compensation for custom hostsExisting 4.0.1 feature

      Note that we did not make any changes to the features that were shipped in Update 4.0.1.

      Where can I get 4.0.2?

      Target framework changes in Visual Studio

      Based on recent customer feedback, 4.0.2 exposes the full .NET Framework version number in the format Major.Minor,Revision (.NET Framework 4.0.2) in the Target framework dropdown in Visual Studio. Note that this update does not change the file versioning system for the .NET Framework files — it only exposes the underlying target framework that you can use.

      If you discover any issues while working with this update, please send them our way via Microsoft Connect.

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        Update 4.0.2 for the Microsoft .NET Framework 4

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        Update (2017): See .NET Framework Releases to learn about newer releases. This release is now unsupported.

        With .NET 4, we’ve focused on bringing certain features to market through updates without having to wait for the .NET 4.5 release. This post covers what the latest platform update has to offer. Vivek Mishra from the .NET Servicing team authored the following. — Brandon

        The .NET Framework team is excited to announce that Update 4.0.2 for the Microsoft .NET Framework 4 is now available. This is a platform update that offers a set of additional functionality on top of the .NET Framework 4. In this release, we have added support for AlwaysOn and LocalDB in SqlClient. These features were introduced in SQL Server Code Name “Denali.” This post briefly describes what is included in the release and links to the download packages.

        You can find further information about how to use this release, setup instructions, and links to documentation in the .NET Framework Developer Center.

        What are the features in 4.0.2?

        4.0.2 introduces new features for supporting AlwaysOn and LocalDB with SqlClient. 4.0.2 also includes the features that were released as part of 4.0.1. Here’s a complete list of features included in this update:
        AlwaysOn support in SqlClientNew 4.0.2 feature
        SQL Server Express Local Database Runtime support in SqlClientNew 4.0.2 feature
        StateMachine (including designer support)Existing 4.0.1 feature
        SqlWorkflowInstanceStore on SQL AzureExisting 4.0.1 feature
        Compensation for custom hostsExisting 4.0.1 feature

        Note that we did not make any changes to the features that were shipped in Update 4.0.1.

        Where can I get 4.0.2?

        Target framework changes in Visual Studio

        Based on recent customer feedback, 4.0.2 exposes the full .NET Framework version number in the format Major.Minor,Revision (.NET Framework 4.0.2) in the Target framework dropdown in Visual Studio. Note that this update does not change the file versioning system for the .NET Framework files — it only exposes the underlying target framework that you can use.

        If you discover any issues while working with this update, please send them our way via Microsoft Connect.

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