You just need to update the version of all EasyQuery packages (except Korzh.EasyQuery.MsSqlGate - see the details below) to 7.0.x (whatever the latest version is there at the time of your reading). For example: should be changed to: As for Korzh.EasyQuery.MsSqlGate package, it was renamed to Korzh.EasyQuery.SqlServerGate (to prevent any confusion with Korzh.EasyQuery.MySqlGate ). Here are examples: Before EasyQuery 7.0: EasyQuery 7.0+ Both functions accepts a delegate with EasyQueryOptions parameter, so no changes here. Here are some examples: In the most cases, your client-side code and markup will not need a lot of changes with version 7.0 of EasyQuery.JS. Here are the thins that require your attention: If the license key for EasyQuery.JS is hardcoded in the page's script as a parameter of useEnterprise(...) call (like view.getContext().useEnterprise('YourEasyQueryJsKeyGoesHere') ) you will need to get a new one for version 7.0 and replace it there.
If you use EasyQuery.JS via NPM packages (for example, in your Angular or React project) you need to do the following changes: Since JQuery is not used anyore, you can remove @easyquery/ui-jquery package from your project. All functionality from this package was moved either to @easyquery/core or @easyquery/enterprise packages. Add @easyquery/enterprise package if you need full set of features as in previous version (5.1.x) of EasyQuery. Obviously, set the version number for all EasyQuery packages to 6.0.0 (or higher). Get the license key for EasyQuery Enterprise.
Here you will find step-by-step instructions on how to upgrade your current ASP.NET Core project that uses version 4.x of EasyQuery to version 5.0
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