Upgrade procedure for 2008 Q2

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  1. Tomica
    Tomica avatar
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    Member since:
    Apr 2008

    Posted 11 Oct 2008 Link to this post

    I started with the Q1 release. Today I downloaded the Q2 release and attempted to install it.

    The installer indicated that I needed to uninstall the previous version first.

    I did that.

    The updated controls are now available in VS2008.


    1) is there an easier way to apply updates, rather than uninstall/install? Perhaps my mistake is with using the EXE version.

    2) how do I update existing applications? I see that I probably have to copy a few DLL's. Tried that, but some pages don't work, with diagnostics telling that the assembly manifest does not match the assembly reference. I'm going to assume that I missed one or more steps, but I cannot seem to find documentation on this.
  2. Kevin Babcock
    Kevin Babcock avatar
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    Member since:
    Mar 2007

    Posted 12 Oct 2008 Link to this post

    Hello Tom,

    Currently, you must uninstall the controls and then reinstall the new controls in order to upgrade to a new release. I highly recommend doing this if you used the installer to install the older version of your controls. However, you do not need to install the controls with the installer if you don't want to. Instead, you can simple download the manual installation files from your Client.net account and copy the Telerik.Web.UI.dll assembly to your project's bin folder. If you'd prefer to drag and drop your controls from Visual Studio, simply create a new tab in the Toolbox (right-click, Add Tab) and then drag the assembly onto that tab.

    When upgrading a project which is already using the controls, simply copy the new assembly into your bin folder (replacing the old one). You need to then go into your web.config and look for any reference to Telerik.Web.UI and ensure that the version number matches the new assembly's version. To check and assembly version you can double-click on it in Visual Studio, open the 'Version' subfolder, and double click on the version. Alternatively, you can right-click on the assembly, select 'Properties', and check the version in the 'Details' tab.

    I hope that cleared up any confusion you may have. If you continue to have questions, please let me know.

    Kevin Babcock
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