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getting error message ''EssentialGridObject'' is undefined

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28842 May 11,2005 04:27 PM UTC May 11,2005 10:03 PM UTC ASP.NET Web Forms (Classic) 1
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Kalyan Kondapalli
Asked On May 11, 2005 04:27 PM UTC

Hi, I am getting the error msg ''EssentialGridObject'' is undefined when i try to run the ASP.net page that has databound grid. My webserver (windows 2003) is on a different machine than the development machine I am working. As told in the documentation (Important ASP.NET info), I changed the syncfusion dlls property''s ''Copy Loca'' to true. I am not sure what else I need to do. Please let me know ASAP. Thanks in advance, Kalyan

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Replied On May 11, 2005 10:03 PM UTC

This is because the remote webserver does not have the WebGrid Images and Scripts installed. By default, the GridGroupingControl will try to look for the Images and Scripts under the “/Syncfusion/Resources/GroupingGridWeb/” path, as specified in the ImageFilesPath and ScriptFilesPath of the grid control. So, you should create a “Syncfusion” virtual directory in the remote m/c, then the “Resources/GroupingGridWeb/” sub-directories, and finally copy over the Images and Scripts folders (can be obtained from the /Resources/GroupingGridWeb dir) from the Suite install m/c. It should work fine then. Regards, Praveen

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