I am trying to start using the IAS Toolkit and have followed the instructions in accordance with the link below.
It works fine in DIS. The Skyline.DataMiner.Utils.InteractiveAutomationScriptToolkit is installed and can be used from the script. But when publishing to the server and run the script from Dataminer Cube it complains that it is missing a reference. Reference Utils is not found.
What am I missing?
I had the same issue and found this resolution:
To be able to work with the DevPacks, a setting will need to be manually updated in Visual Studio. Under ‘Tools > Options -> NuGet Package Manager > General’, you will find the ‘Default package management format’. This needs to be set to PackageReference.
For solutions that were already making use of NuGet packages but were using the old approach (packages.config), we’ll need to migrate each project to the new approach (PackageReference).
This can be done by going to the Solution Explorer pane in Visual Studio, navigating to a project, right-clicking on “References” and selecting “Migrate packages.config to PackageReference…”. This needs to be repeated for all projects within a given solution.
I hope this helps with your problem as well.
I tried to follow your example. I am guessing that the DLL references in Cube should be filled in automatically, when publishing the script from Visual Studio, if it works right?
No DLL references are listed in Dataminer Cube.
- Visual Studio 2019
- Dataminer Integration Studio 2.41
- Server version : 10.2.0.0-12184
- Client version : 10.3.2317.2606-62ebf1ec