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JimFoye
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# Posted on: 19-Jan-2013 20:26:39.  
I would like to suggest a couple of additions to the release notes for this. I just upgraded an old ASP.NET site.

1) LLBLGenProDataSource2 has been refactored to a new assembly. Took me a few minutes to figure this out, plus when I ran the app it failed because I had a control tag in web.config and needed to update that, as well.

2) The format of the connection string has changed. I remembered that the designer generates this into a config file in the DAL project, and did a quick search and saw the new format, but again, didn't realize I needed to do this until running the app and having it fail.

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# Posted on: 21-Jan-2013 03:14:05.  
JimFoye wrote:
1) LLBLGenProDataSource2 has been refactored to a new assembly. Took me a few minutes to figure this out, plus when I ran the app it failed because I had a control tag in web.config and needed to update that, as well.

Hi Jim. This is mentionded in the docs:
- Migrating your code
- Databinding with ASP.Net
- Compiling your code

JimFoye wrote:
2) The format of the connection string has changed. I remembered that the designer generates this into a config file in the DAL project, and did a quick search and saw the new format, but again, didn't realize I needed to do this until running the app and having it fail.

This is also mentioned in:
- Migrating your code
- Compiling your code
- Conventions: Code Generation


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JimFoye
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# Posted on: 21-Jan-2013 18:34:02.  
Indeed! I had looked at that, and then when I started, I switched to the readme text file, which is much shorter, I should have kept that help topic open.

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Jim
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