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Tim asked on 22 Jul 2022, 02:26 AM

A while ago I created a kendo.custom.min.js file for a project with the custom download builder. Unfortunately I did not make note of the options that were checked. Now I want to add a few Telerik controls to the project and create a new custom download file. Is there any easy to work backwards from a custom download file to find all of the options it contains?

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answered on 25 Jul 2022, 10:30 AM

Hi, Tim. 

What I can suggest as a possible approach for finding the options checked in your current custom download is to search the file for sourceMappingURL keyword. Next to each match, you will see a definition similar to this one:

//# sourceMappingURL=kendo.calendar.min.js.map

The word with yellow background above is the name of the option that has been selected in the previous custom build. Using the above approach, you can see all the functionality that is currently available in your custom build. Then go to this link, select the items you are currently using, add the new components that you want to use, and generate the new custom build for your project. 

I hope the above will help you achieve what you need in the application you are working on. 

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Petar
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commented on 25 Jul 2022, 03:15 PM

Hi Petar,

Thanks for your response. The text 'sourceMappingURL' does not exist in the custom download file.

I tried instead searching for 'define("kendo.' Then I clicked different options on the custom download page until I found one that adds a matching line to Kendo CDN scripts at the bottom of the page. It took a while, but I think I have all of the options.

Thanks,

Tim

Petar
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commented on 26 Jul 2022, 06:59 AM

Hi, Tim. 

I am happy to hear that you managed to find a solution for the identification of the scripts that you have in your previous build. Thank you for sharing with the community the approach that you used.

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