Installation for Visual Studio Enterprise 2015 is incomplete

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12-13-2016 12:52 AM
ChristianWolf
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Hello,

I just wanted to install the new Runtime SDK for .NET with Visual Studio Enterprise 2015.

I downloaded the visx file ArcGIS_Runtime_SDK_DotNet_100_0_0.vsix and triggered the installation.

However, I do not have the according project templates and I do not find Esri.Runtime in the list of assemblies that can be linked against. Opening the extension manager however shows that the extension is installed.

I reinstalled it and saved the installation logs which contain following details (sorry, this is german):

13.12.2016 09:44:40 - Microsoft VSIX Installer
13.12.2016 09:44:40 - -------------------------------------------
13.12.2016 09:44:40 - Initializing Install...
13.12.2016 09:44:40 - Erweiterungsdetails...
13.12.2016 09:44:40 -     Identifier      : Esri.ArcGISRuntime
13.12.2016 09:44:40 -     Name            : ArcGIS Runtime SDK for .NET
13.12.2016 09:44:40 -     Author          : Esri
13.12.2016 09:44:40 -     Version         : 100.0.0
13.12.2016 09:44:40 -     Description     : Adds maps, 3D scenes and powerful spatial capabilities to your WPF, UWP, Xamarin.Android, Xamarin.iOS, and Xamarin.Forms apps.
13.12.2016 09:44:40 -     Locale          : en-US
13.12.2016 09:44:40 -     MoreInfoURL     : http://links.esri.com/runtime-dotnet-sdk
13.12.2016 09:44:40 -     InstalledByMSI  : False
13.12.2016 09:44:40 -     SupportedFrameworkVersionRange : [4.5,)
13.12.2016 09:44:40 -
13.12.2016 09:44:44 -     Unterstützte Produkte :
13.12.2016 09:44:44 -         Microsoft.VisualStudio.Pro
13.12.2016 09:44:44 -             Version : [11.0,)
13.12.2016 09:44:44 -         Microsoft.VisualStudio.Premium
13.12.2016 09:44:44 -             Version : [11.0,)
13.12.2016 09:44:44 -         Microsoft.VisualStudio.Ultimate
13.12.2016 09:44:44 -             Version : [11.0,)
13.12.2016 09:44:44 -         Microsoft.VisualStudio.Community
13.12.2016 09:44:44 -             Version : [11.0,)
13.12.2016 09:44:44 -
13.12.2016 09:44:44 -     Verweise        :
13.12.2016 09:44:44 -
13.12.2016 09:44:44 - Er wird nach passenden Produkten gesucht...
13.12.2016 09:44:44 - Installiertes Produkt gefunden - Microsoft Visual Studio Enterprise 2015
13.12.2016 09:44:51 - Die Erweiterung mit der ID Esri.ArcGISRuntime wird nicht für Microsoft Visual Studio Enterprise 2015 installiert.
13.12.2016 09:44:51 - Installiertes Produkt gefunden - Microsoft Visual Studio Professional 2015
13.12.2016 09:44:51 - Installiertes Produkt gefunden - Microsoft Visual Studio Community 2015
13.12.2016 09:44:51 - Installiertes Produkt gefunden - Microsoft Visual Studio 2015 Shell (Integrated)
13.12.2016 09:44:51 - Installiertes Produkt gefunden - Globaler Pfad
13.12.2016 09:45:07 - Folgende Zielprodukte wurden ausgewählt...
13.12.2016 09:45:07 -     Microsoft Visual Studio Enterprise 2015
13.12.2016 09:45:07 -
13.12.2016 09:45:07 - Die Installation der Erweiterung für Microsoft Visual Studio Enterprise 2015 wurde gestartet...
13.12.2016 09:45:12 - Die Installation für Microsoft Visual Studio Enterprise 2015 wurde erfolgreich abgeschlossen. Die Erweiterung wurde in C:\USERS\WOLF\APPDATA\LOCAL\MICROSOFT\VISUALSTUDIO\14.0\EXTENSIONS\04WTZBYS.RYL\ installiert.

The interesting thing is that the list of supported products doesn't contain Microsoft.VisualStudio.Enterprise. Moreover, the log tells me that the extension with ID Esri.ArcGISRuntime is not to be installed for Visual Studio Enterprise.

For me this seems like Visual Studio Enterprise isn't supported. The system requirements that I found online however tell that every version of Visual Studio 2015 is supported.

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RichZwaap
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Hi Christian,

The Runtime is now referenced by NuGet packages rather than assembly reference.  See this help topic for further details.

As to not seeing the project templates, there are a couple things you might be running into.  For the WPF template, the .NET Framework version must be set to 4.5.2 or above in the new project dialog.  There is a drop-down menu for setting that at the top of the dialog.  For the UWP and Xamarin templates, these will not show up unless you have UWP and Xamarin support installed.

Hope this helps.

-Rich

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RichZwaap
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Hi Christian,

The Runtime is now referenced by NuGet packages rather than assembly reference.  See this help topic for further details.

As to not seeing the project templates, there are a couple things you might be running into.  For the WPF template, the .NET Framework version must be set to 4.5.2 or above in the new project dialog.  There is a drop-down menu for setting that at the top of the dialog.  For the UWP and Xamarin templates, these will not show up unless you have UWP and Xamarin support installed.

Hope this helps.

-Rich

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ChristianWolf
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You are right, thank you.

I've already tried the nugets but the installation has failed (but this was my own fault, I am working offline and had online sources enabled).

Now it is working!

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