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In the new version in CkoMessageSet class you removed the ToString method and declared ToCommaSeparatedStr method.

The problem is that the method does not exist in the call. Declared the ToString and it worked.

I think it's a bug.

asked Mar 07 '14 at 06:45

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I tested with this code, but did not see the problem (and I compiled/ran the code)

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answered Mar 09 '14 at 11:29

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The "ToString" method interfered with .NET, and given that the various language wrappers are generated, this was changed to ToCommaSeparatedStr. I checked, and the ToCommaSeparatedString seems to exist. Was it a link error of some sort? Are you using the official production release (9.5.0.16 I believe)?

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answered Mar 09 '14 at 10:17

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Also, check to see if you are including the v9.5.0 headers, but linking against the older v9.4.1 libs.

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answered Mar 09 '14 at 10:23

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Hello,

I downloaded again from the library (iOS) and deleted the project and linked again.

When I use ToString method is signaled that does not exist (is not declared in the header) and when I try to use ToCommaSeparatedStr the following error occurs:

  • [CkoMessageSet ToCommaSeparatedStr]: unrecognized selector sent to instance 0x11072fe60
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answered Mar 09 '14 at 10:54

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Hello,

Not for me. Are you sure that you update 9.5.0.14 build in the lib for 64-bit?

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answered Mar 10 '14 at 06:37

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Sorry! The classpath of my project was pointing to the previous version of the app that is running version 9.4.1.

Everything is working now. Thanks!

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answered Mar 11 '14 at 13:04

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