[CLOSED] Rebuild from Ext.Net github premium repository

  1. #1

    [CLOSED] Rebuild from Ext.Net github premium repository

    Hello

    Thanks for your support , I was able to download Project EXT.NET Premium from GitHub and I built the Project successfully as shown in the below screen capture IMAGE1 .
    On the Other hand , when I take EXT.NET DLL to my WEB FORMS project its generating an error as shown in IMAGE 2 below , please can you support on this.
    Attached Thumbnails Untitled1.png   Untitled2.jpg  
    Last edited by fabricio.murta; Jun 08, 2017 at 7:51 PM.
  2. #2
    Hello @Geovision!

    You probably have hard Ext.NET verson reference bindings set up in your project. Remove the reference to Ext.NET and add it again by browsing the DLL, it should do.

    If you don't care about debugging Ext.NET DLL, you can just build the solution in Release Mode and set up src/bin/NuGet folder in the repo as a local NuGet repository in your NuGet package Manager. Then upgrade the NuGet package using that path.

    I've just drawn this quick guide on setting up NuGet package Manager to find your Ext.NET packages after the project is built in Release mode: Using Ext.NET self-built NuGet packages.

    If you feel like digging thru the client .csproj file (not Ext.NET's), all you should need to do in there, is remove the version number references, or change them to match the one currently in Ext.NET (you can look at the Ext.NET built DLL file properties -- right click, properties -- to see what that version currently is).

    I hope this helps!
    Fabrício Murta
    Developer & Support Expert
  3. #3
    Hello,

    I followed your instructions and the same problem is still appearing in my project (building the DLL is working fine but when adding the DLL reference to my project the error is occurring as explained previously).
    i appreciate if you can build the project and share EXT.NET DLL on google drive or Drop box. i am not sure if the problem is in the DLL iteself , since other 4.2.1 source Ext.NET DLLs are working fine.

    Note that my project .Net Framework is 4.0
  4. #4
    Hello @Geovision!

    If your built DLL file does not work, ones we provide won't either, so there's no point in doing so, besides we have no mechanism for providing nightly builds for premium subscribers as we already provide the sources itself.

    If it says there's no Ext.NET components when you try to build the solution, it is not loading the Ext.Net.dll file, this has to be troubleshooted, maybe a good starting point is making a clean, fresh project and try to reproduce it there. I can't think on anything better to fix your issue than what was said in the previous post, unfortunately.
    Fabrício Murta
    Developer & Support Expert
  5. #5
    Hello,

    The problem is fixed after i built the Project in Webforms Release Mode
    Attached Thumbnails 4.2.2 Run Time error.PNG  
    Last edited by Geovision; Jun 08, 2017 at 6:25 AM.
  6. #6
    Hello @geovision!

    Thanks for sharing the solution for the problem you were having!

    When you build it in Release Mode as instructed above, it builds in all configurations so that installing the NuGet package from local repo would select the right "configuration" from your choice. The Ext.NET package is the one with WebForms-only DLLs. The others (Ext.NET.MVC, Ext.NET.MVC4 and Ext.NET.MVC5) all would require MVC bindings in the target project.
    Fabrício Murta
    Developer & Support Expert

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