1 Reply Latest reply on Aug 15, 2014 5:03 PM by tdanner

    Why is it so hard to find a link to the latest version of the SDK on Thwack?

    foonly

      I currently have SDK v1.9.137 installed.

       

      Nessus scans are telling me that there is a vulnerable MSXML file. I found a copy of Interop.MSXML2.dll in C:\Program Files (x86)\SolarWinds\Orion SDK\SWQL Studio. I'm not sure that this is the problem file that Nessus is referring to. But I simply want to see if I have the latest version of the SDK. But how?

       

      I've searched everyway I can think of on Thwack.com and solarwinds.com for an SDK download link, and cannot find one. I don't want a one time link in an answer to the post. I want to see the SDK have a home that people can find when searching on something simple like SDK download.

       

      =seymour=

        • Re: Why is it so hard to find a link to the latest version of the SDK on Thwack?
          tdanner

          The SDK package does not include MSXML itself. "Interop.MSXML2.dll" is just an auto-generated wrapper for accessing MSXML from .NET code. If Nessus is flagging MSXML, then it is either a false positive or a copy of MSXML that came from somewhere else.

           

          You make a good point about the SDK download link being somewhat buried. The "official" location for it is this post: Orion SDK Information. We've just been updating that same post for years whenever we put out a new SDK build. But it would be better to have a real page for it that is not a forum post. I'll look into it.