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77502 Nov 4,2008 06:24 AM Nov 5,2008 01:31 AM General Discussion 1
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Sergei Slepov
Asked On November 4, 2008 06:24 AM

Hi,

I have a VS solution that contains around 30 projects, most of them using Essential Studio 5.x. I want to upgrade to version 6.x without having to update each dll reference manually. Is there a tool to do that?

Thanks.
Sergei



Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On November 5, 2008 01:31 AM



>Hi,

I have a VS solution that contains around 30 projects, most of them using Essential Studio 5.x. I want to upgrade to version 6.x without having to update each dll reference manually. Is there a tool to do that?

Thanks.
Sergei




Hi Sergei,

Thank you for your interest in syncfusion products.

You have not mentioned whether you have used 2.0 0r 3.5 assemblies in your application.

Steps to follow for upgrade:

1. Open assembly manager then choose remove all option this will uninstall all the assemblies from GAC and public assemblies folder.

2. Please manually check for any assemblies in GAC and public assemblies folders, if found any please remove it.

3. Then install the version you would like to upgrade.

4. If you are using 2.0 assemblies in your application then remove the 3.5 assemblies from GAC and public assemblies folders which may result in conflict.

5. If you are using 3.5 assemblies in your application then remove 2.0 assemblies from GAC and public assemblies folders.

6. Open your application and see the reference pointing to the newer version.

7. Compile and run the application.

GAC: C:\windows\assembly
Publicassemblies folders:

C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 8\Common7\IDE\PublicAssemblies

C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0\Common7\IDE\PublicAssemblies

C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\MSEnv\PublicAssemblies

Please try this and let me know if this helps.

Regards,
Ramani


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