Last post Sep 18, 2010 01:29 PM by smithspd
Sep 18, 2010 09:13 AM|Tapas Bose|LINK
I am using Telerik RadControl For ASP.NET and AJAX for my college project. Telerik is installed in my desktop and eventually I will not be able to take it into my college during examination. There are two dll files Telerik.Web.Design.dll and Telerik.Web.UI.dll
in the Bin directory of Telerik installation folder. Can I add these two file as reference into my project on my college's computer? Will it be helpful?
Is there any other way to do this? I may not get permission to install it into college's machine.
Sep 18, 2010 12:01 PM|smithspd|LINK
I don't think it is necessary to have Telerik installed on ur system for an already prepared website to be run. Make sure you have a folder in your project where you add your both dlls and give reference to that. Make sure you have web.ui.dll in your bin
folder for sure. Rather than a project, run it as a website, that way, it will always look for dlls and other references in your solution itself.
Sep 18, 2010 12:26 PM|Tapas Bose|LINK
Thank you smithspd.
So you are assuring that there will be no problem of running the website if it is opened as website by visual studio and if it has the aforesaid dll file attached as reference to that project!
If I use Skin to the components then how can my project access that Skin without installation of telerik in college's computer? Should I have to add that used Skin to my project? If so how can I do this?
I really appreciate your help.
Sep 18, 2010 01:29 PM|smithspd|LINK
Skin usually looks for ur installed skins in the directory.
You have to copy the skin css and the images folder and put it to your solution. And make sure you set the enableembededskins to false. But yeah, even if you do that, it tries to look for Custom skin folder in ur default installation directory.
Try to apply a custom css instead of skin. but instead of that, it looks for default skin.
This is a issue for sure. Just give a try with custom css not custom skin. There are 10% chances of it to work I guess