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Binary file errors detected
This package contains .NET binary files that might not be compatible with this version of Umbraco. If you aren't sure what these errors mean or why they are listed please contact the package creator.
This package references the assembly 'nunit.framework' which was not found
This package references the assembly 'QuickGraph.Data' which was not found
This package references the assembly 'QuickGraph' which was not found
I think the reason way you are getting this error is because the package is not compatible with Umbraco 7. If you see on the page for the package which versions this package supports, it says Version 6.0.x, Version 4.11.x, Version 4.10.x, Version 4.9.x.
Lots has happen from Umbraco 6 to Umbraco 7 for example the API has changed, the Umbraco 7 uses AngularJS for the property editors, the data from the property editors is saved as JSON.
The backoffice UI has get a new fresh design. I you can try to describe what you are trying to achieve, perhaps I or someone else knows another packages that you can use for Umbraco 7, or a way to achieve what you want.
Looking forward to hear from you.
The package should work with v7.x, as the older dashboard controls are still supported.
I think the reason for those install errors are because v7.x has a more aggressive way of checking for package dependencies. The underlying library that I use for the SQLCE export is called SqlCeScripting - which does have a dependency on both NUnit and QuickGraph, but I don't use those features in this package.
When time permits, I can look at supporting this package on v7.x - but truthfully, don't hold your breath - as my community todo list getting pretty long, (sorry).
In the meantime, if you urgently need this package, you could try downloading the mentioned DLLs ("nunit.framework" and "QuickGraph"), copying them into your /bin folder and try reinstalling the package.
Just want to add that I've just sucessfully ignored the warnings Umbraco showed and installed this package on an Umbraco 7.2.1, and subsequently exported the database from it. It worked fine - only the layout of the dashboard is a tiny bit messed up (see attached image - the icon doesn't show because it has a relative file reference, I think) - but as you can see, nothing to prevent you from using the otherwise excellent utility :-)
Thanks for testing it Chriztian!
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