Runtime changes affect all apps that are running under a .
NET Framework it was not compiled against and that use a particular feature.
Applications without a Target Framework Attribute applied at the assembly level will automatically run using the semantics (quirks) of the . To ensure high quality, it is recommended that all binaries be explicitly attributed with a Target Framework Attribute indicating the version of the . Note that using a target framework moniker in a project file will cause MSBuild to automatically apply a Target Framework Attribute.
A Target Framework Attribute should be supplied, either through adding the attribute directly to the assembly or by specifying a target framework in the [project file or through Visual Studio's project properties GUI]( managed-multi-targeting-part-1-concepts-target-framework-moniker-target-framework.aspx). NET Framework 4.6, the Persian Calendar class uses the Hijri solar algorithm.
NET Framework versions, do not store them as Persian Calendar date strings (since those values may be different). Async Wait Handle, Task methods no longer throw an Object Disposed Exception exception after the object is disposed. For example, a method can return a cached task to represent an already completed operation instead of allocating a new task. NET Framework versions, because any consumer of the task could dispose of it, which rendered it unusable.
Transparent This is a change that has no noticeable effect on the app's developer or user.
The change only affects apps that use Event Listener to read Event Source data in process and that use null characters as delimiters.
Because the Task class represents an asynchronous operation, it catches all non-severe exceptions that occur during asynchronous processing. NET Framework 4.5, if an exception is not observed and your code never waits on the task, the exception will no longer propagate on the finalizer thread and crash the process during garbage collection.
The Load Complete event no longer causes the Entity Data Source control to invoke data binding for changes to create/update/delete parameters.
This change eliminates an extraneous trip to the database, prevents the values of controls from being reset, and produces behavior that is consistent with other data controls, such as Sql Data Source and Object Data Source.