Devexpress Update and get compile error messages in SF UI

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 Posted 8/29/2012 3:03:36 AM
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Hi. Just upgraded to DevExpress (12.1) and tried to recompile SF source but am getting errors. Its been about 9 months since I have done this so I might be missing a step. The 4 Steps I have are:

1. Run Devexpress Upgrade Converter on SF Source code ......done

2. Recompile SF  project (In ProgramFiles\MicroFour\DownloadedSourceCodeGOC\MicroFour SF Inherited UI

......When I run this step, all the controls give a compile error as if they cannot be located

3. Copy SF .DLL files to Common Area (c:\programFiles\Common Files\MicroFour\StaratFrame

4. Install in GAC by removing the DLL first and keep 2 explorer windows up to Drag and Drop from Project Folder

 So I have only got to Step 2........

Any ideas ?

Thanks

Gerard
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 Posted 8/29/2012 3:09:40 AM
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I am not sure what error you are getting, but did you remove and update the DevExpress references in the MicroFour StrataFrame Inherited UI assembly?

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 Posted 8/30/2012 1:16:41 AM
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Hi Trent. Thanks for comng back to me.

I had run the Devexpress utility which updates the project with latest DLLs.

Since then, I have changed the 'Target framework (In Project properties) to Net Framework 4 and this has reduced compile errors to just 1 (AfterBuild.Bat) but I think I can overcome this by manually copying the dlls to the GAC and Common folder

Regards,

Gerard
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 Posted 8/30/2012 4:14:36 AM
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Sounds good.  Let me know if it doesn't work and then maybe we can put our heads together and figure it out.
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