Let me preface this with saying that I'm completely new to Sitefinity and their moto of "Winning Customer Experiences" doesn't seem to apply to the development process (at least not for me anyways). With that said let me explain (as best I can) my issue. I have an install running Sitefinity 5.3. What my client wants to do (selective sync and canonical urls) requires that I upgrade to at least 6.1. I've gone through the process and it looked to have kinda worked. It would compile but I would encounter an issue at runtime. It was complaining about something still referencing something from 5.3. I decided I had fought with it enough for one and called it a night. Today when I fired it up and tried to compiled it threw this at me:
does not contain a definition
and no extension method
accepting a first argument of type
could be found (are you missing a
directive or an assembly reference?)
Sure wasn't expecting that. It looks like it's looking for a method with this signature:
CopyThumbnails(Telerik.Sitefinity.Libraries.Model.MediaContent, Telerik.Sitefinity.Libraries.Model.MediaContent, [
Does anyone know what happened to this method? Or if there's a different way to do that now. Here's a snippet of the code to kinda see what's going on.
newImage.Title = newEditableTitle;
newImage.UrlName = Regex.Replace(newImage.Title.ToLower(), @
newImage.DateCreated = DateTime.UtcNow; newImage.LastModified = DateTime.UtcNow; newImage.InheritsPermissions =
Any thoughts of guidance would be greatly appreciated.