My application uses the ActiveUp components (datetime, mail, html, calendar) and work's fine with the asp.net framework trust level=Full.
When I lower then asp.net trust to anything less than full the applicatin stops at the 1st ActiveUp command and says that the permissions are not correct.
ActiveUp permits a free download of the c# code for the datetime class. When I rebuild this class with lower trust levels, it rebuilds fine. However, when I run the rebuild within the application, the application still stops on the 1st ActiveUp command which happens to be in its DateTime class that I just rebuilt.
Anyone using the ActiveUp components?
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