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Switching from ASP.NET MVC 2 to ASP.NET MVC 1 for

Platform: Miscellaneous |
Control: Install and Configuration |
Published Date: April 30, 2011 |
Last Revised Date: July 10, 2014


Please perform the following steps to switch ASP.NET MVC 2 to ASP.NET MVC 1:

·       Make a backup copy of the [Syncfusion Installed path]\precompilesassebmlies folder\3.5 folder, which has MVC 2 compatible Syncfusion assemblies.


·       Copy the Syncfusion MVC 1 assemblies from the [Syncfusion Installed path]\Assemblies for MVC1 folder and place the copy in the [Syncfusion Installed path]\precompilesassebmlies folder\3.5 folder.


·       Now you can run the Syncfusion Assembly Manager and select the Remove All Versions option.




·       Click Perform Action to remove all Syncfusion assemblies from the GAC.

·       Again, run the Syncfusion Assembly Manager, select the Install option, and click Perform Action. Syncfusion assemblies will be installed into the GAC and also in the assemblies folder.


Note:  If the Framework check box is grayed out in the Assembly Manager, please view this KB article to resolve this issue:

Framework check box is grayed out in the Assembly Manager

 ·       To run the Syncfusion-shipped MVC samples in MVC 1, please navigate to the appropriate samples [Syncfusion Sample Installed path] location and then open the project file named "MVC1SampleBrowser_2008." Then run the sample.

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