Unplanned
Last Updated: 01 Feb 2021 14:41 by ADMIN
Created by: Pascal
Comments: 2
Category: Installer and VS Extensions
Type: Feature Request
2
Currently the update is taking too long because the update wizard is updating all the files even the ones that are not used in the application.
Unplanned
Last Updated: 21 Jan 2021 09:13 by ADMIN
Created by: gjb
Comments: 2
Category: Installer and VS Extensions
Type: Feature Request
11
When installing new version to a solution, all themes and languages are included. I would like to be able to select which themes and languages are included. Also, since most developers are using source control, maybe the option "create backup" could remember the choice made.
Completed
Last Updated: 21 Jan 2021 08:56 by ADMIN
Created by: Bob
Comments: 1
Category: Installer and VS Extensions
Type: Bug Report
0

I just upgraded to the latest Telerik version.  First of all, congratulations on a job well done on the MVC Project Upgrade Wizard!  With version 2017.3.1026 it was unreliable, took hours to run, and generally locked up Visual Studio; the new version runs cleanly and quickly.

One comment:  The popup dialogs for the Upgrade Wizard do not adapt to different screen resolutions.  I see this where my primary display is high resolution (3840 x 2160) and the secondary is lower res (1920 x 1080).  The effect is that the popup dialogs are cropped if Visual Studio is running on the secondary display:  the message ("file xxx exists; do you want to overwrite?") appears, but the Yes/No buttons and "apply to all files" checkbox do not.  The only actionable option is to kill the dialog, at which point the next one pops up.  The only way I found to stop the Wizard is to kill Visual Studio through the Task Manager. 

The Wizard works perfectly on the primary high-res display.

Bob

Unplanned
Last Updated: 22 Jul 2020 19:45 by ADMIN

When using the Telerik upgrade wizard I get a error while upgrading my web app:

 

An error occurred while running the wizard.

Error executing custom action Telerik.KendoUI.Mvc.VSX.Actions.MultiProjectUpdateReferencesAction: System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance of an object.
   at Telerik.VSX.Internal.ProjectManagement.ProjectAssemblyReferenceBase.Equals(AssemblyWrap assemblyReference)
   at Telerik.VSX.ProjectConfiguration.ProjectReferenceManager.EnsureDifferentExistingReferenceRemoved(AssemblyWrap assemblyReference)
   at Telerik.VSX.ProjectConfiguration.ProjectReferenceManager.AddAssemblyReference(AssemblyWrap assemblyReference)
   at Telerik.VSX.ProjectConfigurators.ApplicationReferenceManager.AddReferences()
   at Telerik.VSX.ProjectConfigurators.ApplicationReferenceManager.UpdateReferences()
   at Telerik.VSX.Actions.UpdateReferencesAction.UpdateReferences(IProjectWrapUIComponents projectWrap)
   at Telerik.VSX.Actions.UpdateReferencesAction.Execute(WizardContext wizardContext, IPropertyDataDictionary arguments, IProjectWrap project)
   at Telerik.VSX.Actions.ProjectActionBase.Telerik.VSX.Actions.IProjectAction.Execute(IWizardContext wizardContext, IPropertyDataDictionary arguments, IProjectWrap projectWrap)
   at Telerik.VSX.Actions.MultiProjectActionBase`1.Execute(WizardContext wizardContext, IPropertyDataDictionary arguments)
   at Telerik.VSX.Actions.MultiProjectUpdateReferencesActionBase`1.Execute(WizardContext wizardContext, IPropertyDataDictionary arguments)
   at Telerik.VSX.WizardEngine.Actions.ActionBase.Telerik.WizardFramework.IAction.Execute(IWizardContext wizardContext, IPropertyDataDictionary arguments)
   at Telerik.VSX.WizardEngine.ActionManager.ExecActions()