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3.5 to 3.6

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  1. Mike
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    Afternoon everyone,

    I just noticed now that the official release for 3.6 has be made available. I will be migrating my project over to 3.6 first thing in the morning and want to find out what the best approach is to do this.

    Generally i try not to apply patches onto our existing software and where possible i would rather setup the project from ground up with the 3.6 version...

    Am i able to do this? If i download the 3.6 blank project and connect it to the 3.5 database, will it work? And then copy over my controls and other project files and then merge the <toolboxControls> from the web.config into the new 3.6 project?

    Can i do this or do i have to run the patch?

    Duncan
  2. Ivan Dimitrov
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    Hello Duncan,

    Thank you for using our services.

    "Am i able to do this? If i download the 3.6 blank project and connect it to the 3.5 database, will it work? And then copy over my controls and other project files and then merge the <toolboxControls> from the web.config into the new 3.6 project?"

    It is okay to upgrade your project with this approach. Even if you point the web site to the database through the web.config file, you will be asked for the database information the first time you run the application. Then the database will be upgraded. Please note that the upgrade should be performed in full trust environment.

    I hope this helps.

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    Ivan Dimitrov
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  3. Mike
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    Hi there Ivan,

    Thanks for the reply. At the risk of sounding completely ignorant... What exactly do you mean by "Full Trust Environment"...

    Duncan
  4. Ivan Dimitrov
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    Hello Duncan,

    Please check out the following article at MSDN. Let us know if there is anything else that we can do for you.

    Best wishes,
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  5. Mike
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    As far as i gather from the article, Full Trust is a default setting of web applications and you have to explicitly request otherwise for it not to be? Is that assumption correct?

    Duncan
  6. Slavo
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    Hi Duncan,

    Yes, your assumption is correct. By default the application would run in full trust. If you are using shared hosting, usually the trust level for all applications on the server is configured by the host and set to medium trust. If this is your case, you would have to upgrade your project in your development environment and upload the upgraded database to the server, as opposed to doing the upgrade directly on the server.

    Sincerely yours,
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