Migration from framework 2.0 to 4.0 platform. We need to migrate the infragistics controls also. Can you point to some documents or links that will give a head start?
The steps are to upgrade the version of the .NET Framework that you are targeting in Visual Studio from 2.0 to 4.5. If this involves moving to a newer version of Visual Studio, you may also need to upgrade the project and/or solution. Once this is done you can update the Infragistics controls by running the Version Upgrade Utility that we provide with the toolset.
Let me know if you have any questions.
Alright, I started working on it and everything is going good except this one for now.
We are migrating from ASP.Net 2.0 to ASP.Net 4.0 Infragistics UltraWebGrid is also migrated to Infragistics35.WebUI.UltraWebGrid.v10.3
The UltraWebGrid was only supported in Internet Explorer and Firefox. It is recommended that you use the WebHierarchicalDataGrid if you need support in Google Chrome.
Let me know if you have any questions with this matter.
Thanks for your quick response. Not insisting you toomuch for an answer, can you give me some idea why one should be Postback trigger and another should be ending up in toogleRow client side javescript trigger, for expanding the child grid.
IE 9<a href="BLOCKED SCRIPTigtbl_doPostBack('Grid$m_grid','Toggle:_0');"><img src="Images/rt_expand.gif" border='0'></a>
Google Chrome<img src="Images/rt_expand.gif" border='0' onclick="igtbl_toggleRow('Gridxmxgrid','Gridxmxgrid_r_0');" />
Thanks in advance.
The grid renders differently depending on what the browser is and without a sample I wouldn't be able to tell you why the behavior is the way it is. The recommendation is to replace the UltraWebGrid with the WebHierarchicalDataGrid which does support Google Chrome.