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I am building a stand alone .NET applications using ArcObjects. I want to run it on the server, where I have ArcGIS for Server.

I am trying to bind the license at runtime to the ArcGIS server runtime. But the application giving an error message "Invalid ArcGIS Runtime Binding"

I am using this command


I don't want to install the engine there or have a license for the engine, because the application run at night when there is no activity , so I want to use the server license

Is that possible?

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This appears to have been answered on the ArcGIS forums.

Since you are using the "ArcGIS for Server" idiom, I'm assuming you are working with ArcGIS for Server 10.1, which is a 64-bit application. If so, your application needs to be compiled for AnyCPU.

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