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94638 May 25,2010 08:00 AM May 26,2010 09:50 AM General Discussion 1
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Christian Rattat
Asked On May 25, 2010 08:00 AM

Hi,

we will start upgrading our software to visual studio 2010 (currently 2005) soon. We still use syncfusion suite version 4.2 and we have a couple questions:

- can we use SF 4.2 with VS2010 somehow or do we need to switch to a newer version?
- If we need to change, which versions of SF support VS2010 and Dotnet Framework 4?
- Do you ensure that upgrading our software to a newer SF version will not change the behavior of our software?
- Is there an automated process or tool upgrading an entire solution/project or do we really need to convert every single resource file with that conversion tool? (I'm talking about products with approx 3 million lines of source code)
- How can we ensure that upgrading the resource files will not corrupt anything in our products?
- Is there anything else we need to understand when moving from 4.2 to whatever version that supports VS2010?

Thanks in advance,
Christian

S.Anandharaman [Syncfusion]
Replied On May 26, 2010 09:50 AM

Hi Christian,

Thanks for your interest in our Syncfusion products.

Syncfusion EssentialStudio v4.2.x.x does not support VisualStudio 2010. We provide the complete support for VisualStudio 2010 from EssentialStudio v8.2.0.18 onwards. Upgrading your project to newer version do not affect the existing behavior of your project.

To migrate your project to newer version of syncfusion assemblies please refer the following KB article.
http://www.syncfusion.com/support/kb/2137/Upgrading-projects-to-a-new-Syncfusion-version

Please let me know if you have any queries.

Regards,
AnandharmanS

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