@Michael_Kirschner2, I use the nuget 188.8.131.5286 packages…
But I dont use the core assembly in that node. However, the core assembly is used in the overall assembly as such. In that node do I only use the .net system assembly. Thats why I find it strange that the core assembly is failing!?
I agree that using the earliest major release is the most secure, however, 2.0.1 and 2.0.2 should be quite the same. This is why I have not changed to the 2.1.x series.
@gerhard.schindler I have an idea… it is possible that the error is another. I would like to test this, for doing this I need your dynamo file without is has being re-saved in a new version.
If I am right, then I think I can solve it, and in that case will I write my observations on the dynamoDS github
@JacobSmall, You are welcome, but I have to admit that it can become kind of geeky from time to time for some of the curly questions I ask @Michael_Kirschner2