Once you've installed, open a new command prompt and run the following command:
Once you've installed, open a new terminal and run the following command:
If the installation succeeded, you should see an output similar to the following:
Usage: dotnet [options]Usage: dotnet [path-to-application]Options:-h|--help Display help.--info Display .NET information.--list-sdks Display the installed SDKs.--list-runtimes Display the installed runtimes.path-to-application:The path to an application .dll file to execute.
If everything looks good, select the Continue button below to go to the next step.
Got an error?
If you receive a 'dotnet' is not recognized as an internal or external command error, make sure you opened a new command prompt. If you can't resolve the issue, use the I ran into an issue button below to get help fixing the problem.
Install and run upgrade-assistant
In your command prompt, run the following command to install the upgrade-assistant tool:
In your terminal, run the following commands to install the upgrade-assistant tool:
dotnet tool install -g upgrade-assistant
Now you're ready to run the tool on a solution or project. Let's first analyze the package dependencies for your project.
Navigate to the directory containing your project or solution, and run the following command:
upgrade-assistant analyze <Path to csproj or sln to upgrade>
Change <Path to csproj or sln to upgrade> on the commands on this page to the path and name of your solution or project file.
The previous command will produce a report in SARIF format, which is based on the JSON format and can be viewed using the following viewers: