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Bugs in most Updated version of AjaxControlToolKit???

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 15, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
Hi everybody, I have an ASP.NET AJAX application, which is using .NET Framework 3.5. I have  visual Studio 2008 installed on my developer machine. The AjaxControlToolKit dlls I have installed in my system right now come from the file "AspNetAjaxLibraryBeta0911.zip". The released date of the dlls in the file is 12/29/2009. Exploring the AjaxControlToolKit download site, I found that there is a more updated version, which release date was April 12th 2010. I tried to update the AjaxControlKit.dll version to the newest one. I did this creating a path in my system: c:\Program Files\AjaxControlToolKit\WebForms\Release\ then I placed there the new AjaxControlToolKit.dll and AjaxControlToolKit.pdb files. Then I right clicked on the name of the dll inside my Bin directory in my application and selected "Update Reference". After I did this I tested the application and is giving me Jscript error messages like: "htmlfile: member not found", or Microsoft Jscript Runtime error "lenth is null or not an object". I don't get these error messages if I come back to the previous version of the AjaxControlToolKit. Can any body give me an advice on this? It doesn't make sense to me as the new version of the AjaxControlToolKit is supposed to be better in terms of fixing the bugs of a previous Beta dlls. Thanks a lot,   Al              

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