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.NET 1.x to 2.0 Upgrade

Hello, I have been trying to understand how microsoft takes code
written in the 1.x framework and migrates it to 2.0. I ran into a
problem where I have an aspx page with a datagrid and some client side
javascript I wrote accessing some of the child controls in the datagrid
all written in 1.1 framework. I converted this project to 2.0
framework and my javascript broke. I found that .NET 2.0 framework
renders the datagrid differently than 1.1. I went into my aspx page
after it was converted and found that i had to rewrite my javascript
code to reference my edit controls in the datagrid differently to
accomodate the 2.0 framework. My question now is, is there a way to
force the upgrade wizard to fix those client side object reference
issues in my custom javascript code that will later break because of
the code generated by the new 2.0 framework?

Mar 7 '06 #1
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