Aug 13, 2010 08:37 AM|klca|LINK
Mr. Edward Graham,
I am not pretending in giving you an answer but rather making you a question:
If you had your project in VS2008 and later, when you opened it in VS2010 there should had been an invitation to migrate your old application to the newer framework, isn't it? Did you do that? If so, then I would have expected Visual Studio 2010 to have
make all changes for you: markup and code, ... did that happened?
If migrating the framework didn't solve your markup problem then there is something wrong with that feature (migration of framework) because as I understand the filtering part of the Dynamic Data was completely changed with VS2010 and its controls were just
"deprecated" so it wouldn't make sense "migrating" and leaving alive "deprecated VS2008 code".
Does that make sense?
Carlos Porras (El Salvador)
P.S.: As you have seen I use my country of origin besides my name as to make you understand that I am not a native English speaker.