|104321||Jul 10,2012 04:16 PM UTC||Oct 24,2013 12:04 PM UTC||WPF||5|
Thanks for your interest in Syncfusion products.
We analyzed your query, you can achieve this requirement by setting the ReadOnly property of “GanttGrid” as True and IsEnabled property of “GanttChart” as false.
We have created the sample based on this and it can be downloaded from the following link.
Note: We do not have support for the direct API to set the “GanttControl” as readonly as of now.
Please let us know if you require any further assistance on this.
Riyaj Ahamed I
Hi Riyaj Ahamed I,
your solutions works but the control is now disable. That means:
wrong color for text ( gray)
I need a solution where i can use tooltips.
Sorry for the inconvenience caused.
We have analyzed your query. When we set the “IsEnabled” property of the “UIElement” as “false” , the UIElement does not show the tooltip. This is the default behavior of Microsoft controls.
If you only need to disable the resizing, drag drop functionality of the GanttNode, you can use the following events,
By handling these events you can disable the resizing, drag drop functionality of the GanttNode.
Note: These events are included from our 10.3.0.43 version.
Please let us know if you have any concern.
Riyaj Ahamed I
Thanks for using Syncfusion products.
We have analyzed your query.”GanttNode.X1” and “GanttNode.X2” are properties ,which helps to position the GanttNode in the GanttChart area. Also X1 and X2 value are calculated internally by using GanttNode.StartTime and GanttNode.EndTime value. Hence the change occurs with x1 and x2 values in NodeDragCompleted event and it was not reflected. However you can achieve your requirement by using the following event arguments “args.StartTime”,”args.EndTime” .
Please let us know if you need further assistance.
Jai Ganesh S
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