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5/3/2017 8:55 PM
 

Our production site has been upgraded from the first version of 7 to 8.04.

We want to build modules using the newest version of Telerik.Web.UI and Telerik.Web.UI.Skins which is on version 2017.1.228.45

These files already exist in the portal at version 2013.2.717.40, and looking at web.config, the assembly binding redirect has a comment that shows it was upgraded to 2013.2.717.40 by the DNN 8.01 installer.

Also looking at the web.config, there are several entries dependent on these dlls. I went ahead and pushed the binding redirect up to the newest version 2017.1.228.45 and copied the newest versions into the bin.

Everything seem sot be in good working order.

I am wondering if anyone else is using newer version of these dlls, and did they run into any problems?

 

 
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