I'm simply interested in the most basic exception hnndling and basic logging to a database (or other storage).
Here's more details on the environment. The company I'm developing this app for uses VS 2008 on which I will be developing. However, their web server only has .NET 2.0 on it. They plan to upgrade it to 3.5 but not right away (there are other reasons
why they can't upgrade right away).
So, I imagine that if I download the latest EntLib (4.1) and use it successfully on my development PC, it probably won't work on the production web server, right?
If I use a version of EntLib that is .NET 2.0 compatible and deploy to the .NET 2.0 web server, what would be involved in upgrading my app (if anything) when they upgrade the server to .NET 3.5?