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Default How to properly update new version of dll?


In my web application(ASP.NET 2.0+C#), I am using a thrid party control dll. I updated the dll to its current version, by deleting the old version from the Bin and adding the new version of the dll to it. I also deleted the older javascript files with respect to the older dll and added the new javascripts.

Now I am getting lot of unexpected behaviours. I checked with the demo of the third party version and such unexpected behaviours are not seen..

Am I doing anything wrong with the reference of the dll? How to properly update a newer version of the dll?

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try to select option rebuild and rebuild application seperately if it is divided into class libraries etc.
May be it will help you.

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Can you be more specific about the "unexpected behaviours"(sic)?

If your project was built with a direct reference to the older version than it's likely that you'll get reference problems. Please explain further.

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