UI for WPF Version Questions

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  1. kaczmar2
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    Posted 02 Feb 2015 Link to this post

    The version of Telerik UI for WPF that is currently bundled with an application I am working on is 2014.1.0224.40.

    This version number does not seem to map to your version scheme for you quarterly releases (n.x.yy.zzzz). Can you tell me if version 2014.1.0224.40 is equivalent to a specific release of Telerik UI for WPF?

    I am doing some feasibility work for a reporting framework and was evaluating Telerik Reports for WPF. Telerik Reports for WPF has some dependencies on components of Telerik UI for WPF, but I want to match the versions of the components (Reporting and UI) and I can't find a corresponding Telerik Reports for WPF version.
  2. kaczmar2
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    Posted 02 Feb 2015 in reply to kaczmar2 Link to this post

    Telerik UI for WPF Q1 2014 = 2014.1.0224.40 (NET4), 2014.1.0224.45 (NET4.5)
    Telerik Reporting Q1 2014 = 8.0.14.225
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    Stef
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    Posted 04 Feb 2015 Link to this post

    Hi kaczmar2,

    Telerik Reporting Q1 2014 version 8.0.14.225 is built against Telerik UI for WPF 2013.3.1202.40, and if you want to use Telerik UI for WPF 2014.1.0224.40 you will need to add binding redirects in the project.
    My recommendation is to upgrade both products to the latest available versions or at least their Q1 2014 SP1 releases.

    In general, Telerik Reporting is usually synchronized with major releases of Telerik UI for WPF. Thus when you upgrade one of the product, you must upgrade the other as well. The latest available Telerik Reporting release Q3 2014 SP1 version 8.2 14.1204 is built against UI for WPF Q3 2014 SP1 version 2014.3.1202.40 - Upgrade to 2014 Q3 SP1 Reporting.


    As of Q1 2014 the WPF/Silverlight ReportViewer uses implicit styles instead of the StyleManager to apply themes. 

    The only files part of Telerik Reporting are the Telerik.ReportViewer.Wpf.dll and Telerik.ReportViewer.Wpf.xaml. The rest files should be updated from the UI for WPF product folder. Note it is not required to use NoXAML binaries of Telerik UI for WPF. For more details about the viewer's styles, please check Setting a theme of the WPF/Silverlight Report Viewer (Q1 2014 and later) and How to: Add report viewer to a WPF application.
    Demo project with NoXAML binaries is available in the local examples installed by default under C:\Program Files (x86)\Telerik\Reporting Q3 2014\Examples\CSharp.

    When you run both products' Upgrade Wizards, the Upgrade Wizard of :

    • Telerik Reporting  will update only reports and references in the projects. You will have to manually substitute the Telerik.ReportViewer.Wpf.xaml files from Telerik Reporting product folder;
    • Telerik UI for WPF will update references, XAML resources for NoXAML binaries of the corresponding Telerik UI for WPF asssemblies. It uses the resources of the Telerik UI for WPF product folder.


    I hope the provided information is helpful.

    Regards,
    Stef
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  5. Nathan
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    Posted 16 Feb 2015 in reply to Stef Link to this post

    Thank you for this information. Upgrading UI Controls for WPF from Q1 2014 to version 2014.1.331.40 (Q1 2014 SP1 release) and installing Telerik Reporting for WPF to version 8.0.14.507 (Q1 2014 SP1 Release) worked well for us.

  6. kaczmar2
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    Posted 16 Feb 2015 Link to this post

    Thank you for this information. Upgrading UI Controls for WPF from Q1 2014 to version 2014.1.331.40 (Q1 2014 SP1 release) and installing Telerik Reporting for WPF to version 8.0.14.507 (Q1 2014 SP1 Release) worked well for us.
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