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Hello all,
 
I have a website which contains multiple pages, crystal reports and etc.. I look at the web config of the web site and I see its framework is 2.0.
 
I need to upgrade the web site's framework to 3.5. When I go to web site's Property Pages >> Build I thought I could change it but visual studio didn't give me that option. Am I missing something? Is this achiavable? If so how can I do it? Thanks in advance.
Posted 28-Aug-14 6:34am
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Richard C Bishop at 28-Aug-14 12:17pm
   
Change the targetFramework in the web.config.
wonder-FOOL at 29-Aug-14 1:52am
   
If I manually change the web.config file will that work? Also how can I be sure that I made the correct changes?
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 28-Aug-14 14:04pm
   
And why is that a problem? If the problem was to upgrade or re-engineer the site without taking it out of production, I would understand it as a certain problem, quite solvable, but requiring some careful strategy. But just a single-time upgrade of the target framework... what's the problem?
—SA

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