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Developing solutions using the Service Manager SDK can be done in any language and tool that can produce .NET Framework 3.5 compatible binaries. All the examples and samples in the documentation were created by using Visual Studio 2010, targeting the .NET Framework 3.5.

SDK Binary Requirements

When creating a compiled program that interacts with Service Manager, there are no requirements apart from referencing the SDK binaries from your solution’s project. If you use a .NET-capable scripting language such as Windows PowerShell, you must configure it correctly so that it has access to the same SDK binaries as a compiled program.

Visual Studio Solution

When using Visual Studio to create a solution that uses the Service Manager SDK, note the following requirements:

  • You must target .NET Framework 3.5

  • You must be using one of the following Visual Studio versions:

    • Visual Studio 2010

    • Visual Studio 2008

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