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Crash after disconnecting a connector when LineRoutingEnabled is set to true

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105400 Oct 9,2012 11:49 AM UTC Oct 26,2012 03:27 PM UTC WPF 2
Tags: Diagram
Jolanta Lukawska
Asked On October 9, 2012 11:49 AM UTC


I have set LineRoutingEnabled to true.

My scenario to reproduce the problem is:
  1. Add two nodes to the diagram.
  2. Add Orthogonal connector to the diagram.
  3. Connect both nodes using this connector.
  4. Try to disconnect the connector from one of the nodes.
There are two possible results:
  1. It is impossible to disconnect the node.
  2. The application crash (NullReferenceException).
The same problem can be reproduced in demo application Line Routing Demo.

Is there any way to make it working?


Parthiban A [Syncfusion]
Replied On October 17, 2012 11:12 AM UTC

Hi Jolanta,

You have created incident as 99870 - Crash after disconnecting a connector when LineRoutingEnabled is set to true in DitectTrac. We have logged this as defect report. The fix for this issue is estimated to be available on 11/2/2012. For more information please follow up in support incident.


Parthiban A.

Sudhakar C [Syncfusion]
Replied On October 26, 2012 03:27 PM UTC

Hi Jolanta,


We have analyzed your query, we are able to reproduce the reported issue. So we have request you to create a new incident in Direct Trac. So that we will investigate more on your requirement.


Please let us know if you require further assistance on this.






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