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I just upgraded from 7.60 to 7.6.1 and am receiving the following error:
Unrecognized element 'EnablePropertyValueConverters
I read through the breaking changes and setting the value from true to false does no good as it is not even recognizing this as a valid element.
How did you upgrade? Sounds like some of your Dll's are not updated...
It was upgraded via nuget and then I made the changes listed in the 7.6.1 version specific upgrade documentation.
Ok, perhaps try to delete all of the Dll's in the bin folder and rebuild the solution then?
I have cleaned the solution and built again to no success. I also removed the
line in question and then received the same type of error for "loginBackgroundImage". So then I removed both for fun and see an exception others are talking about
New Exception after removal of lines:
Could not load file or assembly 'log4net, Version=126.96.36.199, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null' or one of its dependencies. The located assembly's manifest definition does not match the assembly reference.
In other thread I see people setting up two assembly binding redirects, but the oddity is that my solution is already using the 188.8.131.52 assembly. Do I need to grab the old assembly and put it into the solution and setup the redirects with codebase?
I finally got around to taking another crack at this to the 7.6.4 version. Same error, but after much more digging I realized that the references in my project were showing up in visual studio 2017 as pointing to an older App_Data/NugetBackup folder. When I unloaded the project and looked at the csproj file it had the references correct with '..\packages..'
So I went into App_Data and noticed quite a few old backups. Some were included in the project which so I deleted all the old ones except for the one created for today and then made sure to leave it excluded. Did a clean of the project and rebuilt.
Now all my references look correct when inspecting via properties in visual studio.
I was able to finish the upgrade process and login in. The site appears to be running as I would expect.
Do you mean that your csproj file references were pointing to App_Data\NuGetBackup....\bin\dll's ?
I'm getting the same errors, but i think references are pointed correctly to '..\packages' folder.
The references in the csproj were correct. When inspecting the references in the solution explorer of visual studio (under properties) I could see the path was pointing to the wrong spot.
Really not sure how this was happening, but removing the older backups that I did not need and making sure not to include them into the project worked for me.
No changes to my csproj via editing manually were needed.
Thanks for your response Stacey. Seems like that i have different issue.
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