Upgrade Your .NET Core Service Fabric Microservices From VS 2015 to VS 2017

Service Fabric projects have evolved at what feels like a break-neck pace, along with the .NET Core platform and tooling, and with the recent release of Visual Studio 2017, no doubt you are considering the productivity merits of upgrading (container support). For Service Fabric projects designed in Visual Studio 2015 and using the .Net Core .xproj/project.json structures now deprecated in Visual Studio 2017, the automatic upgrade process may result in only partial conversion success.
In this article, we’ll take a look at the issues encountered while upgrading a .NET Core Service Fabric solution containing 77 .xproj/project.json projects to Visual Studio 2017.

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