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9/20/2016 4:09 PM
 

I had several problems with adding telerik in dnn 8 and but it's now added, and it deos not works correctly, the main reason is "@Html" that is replaced with dnn version which is not implemented by telerik and dnn mvc does not accept regular Html helpers like MVC. I've checked telerik with mvc without dnn and it's ok....

is there any guide or sample for doing this??? 

 
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9/26/2016 9:15 PM
 
I don't know the answer for sure, but first, there aren't any examples of what you're trying to do. The DNN community collectively has mostly abandoned the telerik controls at this point, which is why you had so much trouble adding them to begin with.

As for why it's not working, you might be using the DNN.Depreciated DLL, but that's purely a guess. If you are, you mostly likely need to not do that and do a more traditional include of the controls you're trying to use.

Will Strohl

Upendo Ventures Upendo Ventures
DNN experts since 2003
Official provider of the Hotcakes Commerce Cloud and SLA support
 
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9/27/2016 12:43 PM
 

MVC support in DNN 8 has severe limitations and you're probably hitting a roadblock. There's a list somewhere for what DNN's MVC doesn't support. I tried using MVC and a third party component and it simply didn't work because of DNN's lack of comprehensive support for partial views. My advice is to stick with WebForms or go with pure JS components which talk to DNN through the SPA framework. Maybe you can use Telerik's KendoUI. They are a free core version and a commercial version which supports more components like the grid.

 
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9/27/2016 1:08 PM
 
Tony Henrich wrote:

MVC support in DNN 8 has severe limitations and you're probably hitting a roadblock. There's a list somewhere for what DNN's MVC doesn't support. I tried using MVC and a third party component and it simply didn't work because of DNN's lack of comprehensive support for partial views. My advice is to stick with WebForms or go with pure JS components which talk to DNN through the SPA framework. Maybe you can use Telerik's KendoUI. They are a free core version and a commercial version which supports more components like the grid.

I have to agree. This is great advice.


Will Strohl

Upendo Ventures Upendo Ventures
DNN experts since 2003
Official provider of the Hotcakes Commerce Cloud and SLA support
 
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