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How does the VS Extensions decided if Project is a Telerik Project?
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Peter Felice
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Peter Felice asked on 24 Dec 2010, 09:37 PM
I installed the 2010 QC extenstions and added the telerik mvc controls to an existing MVC 3project (by follwing the help/installion guide). Unfortunatly, whenever navigating to Telerik->MVC UI Extensions, it would only give me the option to "Create a New Telerik project".

Just to try it out, i created a brand new project using the extensions, and proceeded to add all of my code to that project. At first the UI Extensions showed me the "Configure Project" and "Upgrade Wizard" but somewhere along the lines of moving all of my code into the project, it reverted back to "Create a New Telerik project".

I could try and do it again and do it step by step, but I was wondering if anyone knew what the extensions actually looked at to determine if the selected project was indeed a telerick project?

Thanks!

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Erjan Gavalji
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answered on 27 Dec 2010, 08:34 AM
Hi Peter,

The way Visual Studio Extensions determine that a project is Telerik enabled is checking for a Telerik.Web.MVC reference in the project.
Right now there is a catch though: ASP.NET MVC3 support is still under production in terms of Visual Studio Extensions. Having that said, you've most probably added a reference to the Telerik.Web.MVC assembly built against ASP.NET MVC3, hence you get the "Create a New Telerik project" menu item.

Please, bear with us some more, we are targeting ASP.NET MVC3 support in the Visual Studio Extensions by the time ASP.NET MVC3 becomes official.

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Peter Felice
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answered on 27 Dec 2010, 04:04 PM
Thanks. Thats good to know. I thought I was doing something wrong when setting up the tools. I look forawrd to the offical release after MVC 3 is released.

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