I am using VS 2013 with InstallShield Limited Edition Project.
Everything is working fine in development environment where I have created reference to System.Data.SqlServerCe.dll
After I generate .exe file and install my application it is unable to find reference for SQL Server CE 3.5 thus automatically gets reference for SQL Server CE 4.0 and gave an error.
Incompatible Database Version. If this was a compatible file, run repair. For other cases refer to documentation. [ Db version = 4000000,Requested version = 3505053,File name = /?/C:/Users/someuser/AppData/Local/testapp/testdb.sdf ]
I have tried going through “this” article on MSDN but I can’t find any publish tab in properties of my project.
Furthermore I am deploying System.Data.SqlServerCe.dll and all 7 32bit version SQL Server CE 3.5 dlls with my setup.
sqlceca30.dll sqlcecompact30.dll sqlceer30en.dll sqlceme30.dll sqlceoledb30.dll sqlceqp30.dll sqlcese30.dll
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No, the issue is that your database file is in 4.0 format. As you can see from the error message, the engine is trying to open a 3,5 file, but gets a 4,0 file instead. So your application is using the 3,5 engine.
The problem was when I was trying to deploy msi package using InstallShield it used different build setting(x64) than my current setting(x86) which was causing my application to get the reference of x64 Sql Server CE 4.0 files. So it was fixed by changing setting of singleimage compiling option.