.NET Core 3.1 support
I'm migraging an Asp.Net core web app to .NET Core 3.1. While checking the dependencies I've seen that
jsreport.AspNetCore v. 2.0.2still targets .NET Core 2.2.
Please, do you have any plan on upgrading to 3.1?
Thank you so much,
Hm, it works for me together with .net core 3.1.
Do you get some errors?
No, no errors. Only analyzer warnings due to mixing references to both .net core 3.1 and 2.2, and increased build time. I don't know whether it's related to the mixing references, but I'm trying to fix them anayway.
I've seen that in the references node of my Visual Studio Solution. More precisely,
jsreport.AspNetCore v. 2.0.2is apparently referencing both
Here's a screenshot of the references.
The solution has been migrated to .NET Core 3.1 following the Microsoft Migration guide.
I'm seeing the same thing. Several warnings in Visual Studio:
CSC : warning AD0001: Analyzer 'Microsoft.AspNetCore.Mvc.Analyzers.TopLevelParameterNameAnalyzer' threw an exception of type 'System.NullReferenceException' with message 'Object reference not set to an instance of an object.'.
Per the following discussion, it appears that the cause is nuget packages which have a 2.2 dependency.
jsreport.AspNetCore 2.0.2 references a couple of 2.2 packages and this appears to be the source of warnings in my project.
One would guess when it is .net standard 2.0 library it will run without problems. :)
Anyway... I pushed updated nugget jsreport.AspNetCore@2.1.0 that multitargets .net standard and .net core app 3 so it should solve the problems you have.
Thanks for reporting it.
OK then, I've just updated my web app. So far so good. That warning disappeared, and the build time is acceptable now.
Thank you so much for your cooperation!