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Upgrading to VS.NET 2003

Hi, I have VS.NET 2002 and installed Syncfusion 1.6. Now I have upgraded my VS.NET to 2003. When I goto my Project -> References dialog, I no longer see Syncfusion assemblies. My current projects fail to compile as they are unable to locate Syncfusion Dlls (from GAC ???). Is there something I have todo to get them into my references dialog? Or do I have to manually select the Dlls from the syncfusion/assemblies folder? thanks, - Reddy

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AD Administrator Syncfusion Team July 7, 2003 09:57 AM

In order to get VS.NET 2003/ 1.1 to recognize the syncfusion controls, you either have to add a registry key or just re-install the latest patch from your support home page. The registry key required is: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\VisualStudio\7.1\AssemblyFolders Under this key, create a key named "SyncfusionAssemblies" and set the default value to be the installation path. You can look at the key under ....\VisualStudio\7.0 as a reference.

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