Last post Nov 06, 2017 05:22 AM by Deepak Panchal
Nov 03, 2017 01:21 PM|stianen|LINK
One would think it was quite logical - the name of the IDE is _VISUAL_ studio. There should be GUIs for everything, including things like migrations.
I really don't like having to type text commands to make changes to my projects.
It could have been made so simple as to just right-click on the solution name in the solution explorer, select Add > Migration > get a dialog box prompting for migration name, dbcontext, etc.
Nov 06, 2017 05:22 AM|Deepak Panchal|LINK
do you mean you want to upgrade the visual Studio and migrate your project from one version to another version of Visual Studio?
generally when you open the project in new version of Visual Studio then it will show a prompt for it.
it can be one way or two way upgrade.
if you do it then then project will be converted to the version which is supported by the newer version of Visual studio.
at this time you not need to type any command.
How to: Upgrade Projects Created in Earlier Versions of Visual Studio
Port, Migrate, and Upgrade Visual Studio Projects
Porting, Migrating, and Upgrading Visual Studio Projects
let me know, if I misunderstand anything in your above description.
I will try to correct myself and try to provide you further suggestions.
if it is some kind of Feature request then you can post your suggestion on Visual Studio user voice and close this thread.
Visual Studio User Voice