Recently, my team has inherited an older application and have been tasked with updating the packages that it has. i have three ESRI.ArcGIS.Client dll's that were downloaded into the Visual Studio 2008 solution when the app was created:
ESRI.ArcGIS.Client (version 220.127.116.118)
ESRI.ArcGIS.Client.Toolkit (version 18.104.22.1688)
ESRI.ArcGIS.Client.Local (version 22.214.171.12457)
I cannot find documentation anywhere for these versions, and when I use the Nuget Package Manager to download the 100.7, and remove the previous version, i get somewhere around 775 errors, mostly for classes that don't exist in the new versions.
Is there anyone that may have the above mentioned versions' documentation stashed anywhere so I can definitively tell what the classes and methods I have in my application are and/or how i could define them enough to map them to objects, classes, or methods in 100.7?
Yes, I do. However, the quarantine here has rreset the priorities for my workload and this has been pushed down a bit. I was working to first migrate to 10.7.2, and got almost everything working, except the mouse interactions with the map that my app needs in order to be functional. I should be able to get back to it in a few weeks, and would appreciate any help you're willing to offer.
In this Dev Summit 2015 session we did share some general guidance to follow when migrating from one of several older Esri SDK technologies: https://www.arcgis.com/home/item.html?id=865907613bdd4f1bae1f0537f5a48d84.
You mention `10.7.2`. Did you mean 10.2.7 or 100.7?
If you started updating to 10.2.7 you may also want to review this guide topic: Migrate to 100.x from 10.2.x—ArcGIS Runtime SDK for .NET | ArcGIS for Developers.
Thank you for the resources. I have been given the green light to focus on this project again. Yes, I did mean i was trying to get to the median version of 10.2.7, before trying to go to 100.7.
We have an active email thread already - I'll reply with more information by email.
The approach you take will vary greatly depending on the functionality you used and how you built your application originally.
I recommend reviewing these resources:
You should also consider if you want to continue targeting .NET Framework or investigate updating to target .NET Core (3.1) with WPF.