Steps for migrating the existing project in ASP.NET MVC (Classic) to ASP.NET MVC.
Currently, there is no easy migration path available for Essential Studio 12.2. The controls do not share the same API. So, you have to manually map the equivalent functionality in the new controls.
In ASP.NET MVC (latest), you don’t have separate DLL for every controls such as, “Syncfusion.Grid.Mvc.dll” and “Syncfusion.Tools.Mvc.dll” rather, use Syncfusion.EJ.MVC.dll and Syncfusion.EJ.dll to hold all the controls in common.
Therefore, remove the Syncfusion.Grid.Mvc.dll, Syncfusion.Shared.Mvc.dll and other DLLs used by ASP.Net MVC (Classic) and also remove the namespaces from the web.config. Refer to the Syncfusion.EJ.MVC.dll and Syncfusion.EJ.dll in the project.
The following table lists the required Namespaces, DLLs, script and CSS files to work with the ASP.NET MVC control.
You can find the scripts and css files in the following locations:
DLL Location: C:\Program Files (x86)\Syncfusion\Essential Studio\22.214.171.124\Assemblies
In order to create an application in ASP.NET MVC (latest) and configure the settings manually, refer to the link:
Refer the following link for more information about the ASP.NET MVC Grid controls.
Getting Started with MVC Grid Control:
For your convenience, a getting started video of ASP.NET MVC Grid control is created and you can download the same from the following location.
In v126.96.36.199, by default the project template is created. But for v188.8.131.52, you have to install MVC Extension separately to insert project template in Visual Studio.
MVC Extension Download Link:
For more information about the features available in ASP.NET MVC, refer to the following online sample link.
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