Using Visual Studio 2017 (15.3.2)
You get invalid references to
System.Reflection and others.
I can compile, however, in more complicated scenarios when I'm using some functionality of Entity Framework, I am getting run-time exceptions of missing standard System.* libs.
I tried adding the
NetStandard.Library first then adding the Entity Framework Core 2 after, but I got the same problem.
I have to use a .NET Framework (Class Lib) as this is a unit test project that is referencing ASP.NETCore2/NETFramework website.
Any clue of what I should be doing?
This can be fixed by letting MSBuild autogenerate the necessary binding redirects by explicitly setting these two properties inside the
csproj file (You can put the
<ItemGroup> as a child element below the root
<Project> element or add to an exiting
<ItemGroup> without a
<PropertyGroup> <AutoGenerateBindingRedirects>true</AutoGenerateBindingRedirects> <GenerateBindingRedirectsOutputType>true</GenerateBindingRedirectsOutputType> </PropertyGroup>
Note that this may issue warnings if you already have an
App.config containing binding redirects. you can remove these redirects.