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How to createdynamic nodes using Simple_EmployeeSymbol_CS class

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114331 Nov 13,2013 07:16 AM Nov 27,2013 11:19 PM ASP.NET Web Forms (Classic) 3
Tags: DiagramWebControl
Asked On November 13, 2013 07:16 AM

Hi Team,

I want to know how to create nodes multiple with single node means,
I have one Plan for this plan i am getting multiple tasks are available for this how i need to take loop through all tasks direct to that particular plan by using Simple_EmployeeSymbol_CS class.

i am facing last node information only
 Simple_EmployeeSymbol_CS planNode = new Simple_EmployeeSymbol_CS();

                 Simple_EmployeeSymbol_CS taskNode = new Simple_EmployeeSymbol_CS();

                 Simple_EmployeeSymbol_CS stepNode = new Simple_EmployeeSymbol_CS();

foreach (DataRow row in dtPlan.Rows)

                     planNode.FillStyle.Color = Color.FromArgb(125, 162, 163);
                     planNode.LineStyle.LineColor = Color.BlanchedAlmond;
                     planNode.EmployeeName = row["PlanID"].ToString();
                     planNode.PinPoint = new PointF(600, 200);
                     planNode.EnableShading = true;

                     // Tasks

                     taskNode.FillStyle.Color = Color.FromArgb(125, 162, 163);
                     taskNode.LineStyle.LineColor = Color.BlanchedAlmond;
                     taskNode.EmployeeName = row["TaskName"].ToString();
                     taskNode.PinPoint = new PointF(600, 300);
                     taskNode.EnableShading = true;

                     // steps

                     DataTable dtSteps = GetRecoveryStepsData(Convert.ToInt32(row["TaskID"].ToString()));
                     int count= dtSteps.Rows.Count;

              // here i am getting multiple records  this i want show in dashboard (Step2, Step1, ...Like)
                     foreach (DataRow rowstep in dtSteps.Rows)

                         stepNode.FillStyle.Color = Color.FromArgb(125, 162, 163);
                         stepNode.LineStyle.LineColor = Color.BlanchedAlmond;
                         stepNode.EmployeeName = rowstep["StepName"].ToString();
                         stepNode.PinPoint = new PointF(iYCoodinates,380);
                         stepNode.EnableShading = true;

                         steoStatus.FillStyle.Color = Color.FromArgb(125, 162, 163);
                         steoStatus.LineStyle.LineColor = Color.BlanchedAlmond;
                         steoStatus.EmployeeName = rowstep["Status"].ToString();
                         steoStatus.PinPoint = new PointF(iYCoodinates,530);
                         steoStatus.EnableShading = true;

                        ConnectNodes(taskNode, stepNode);
                         ConnectNodes(steoStatus, stepNode);
                     ConnectNodes(procNode, planNode);
                     ConnectNodes(planNode, taskNode);
see this

Please reply me asap.

Ashok Kumar V [Syncfusion]
Replied On November 14, 2013 02:19 AM

Hi Surendra,

Thanks for using Syncfusion product.

Please refer the dashboard sample “Database Diagram” in “Use Case Diagram” category which demonstrates the method of adding multiple nodes to group node. You can also find the sample in the below location:

../../AppData\Local\Syncfusion\EssentialStudio\\Windows\Diagram.Windows\Samples\Use Case Diagram\Database Diagram

You can also run the samples through dashboard using the below steps:

Run the Dashboard->Windows Forms->Diagram->UseCaseDiagram->Database Diagram


Ashok Kumar.


Replied On November 26, 2013 01:25 AM

Thanks Ashok Kumar,

For giving information. i used anotherway for this creating multiple nodes. 

Ashok Kumar V [Syncfusion]
Replied On November 27, 2013 11:19 PM

Hi Surendra,

Thanks for your update,

We are happy to hear that the issue has been solved. Please let us know if you require any further assistance on this.


Ashok Kumar,


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