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Schedule failing on client end

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128266 Jan 11,2017 02:30 PM UTC Jan 12,2017 12:25 PM UTC WPF 1
Tags: SfSchedule
Travis Chambers
Asked On January 11, 2017 02:30 PM UTC

Good day,

I am utilizing the schedule in a program that is designed to track various business tasks. I have tested the program over and over again on my computer with no problems what so ever. However, after moving the app over to another computer I am running into a strange and significant problem. The app initially opens fine, and everything other than the schedule control works perfectly, including a data grid and attached database. The schedule does show up fine and allows the user to change the month (it is in month view) and the schedule does display a series of appointments that are fed to it from a datagrid, however, if the user clicks on any visible date the app immediately crashes (with the "Has Stopped Working") error.

The dlls are in the application folder appropriately. Is there any none cause of this schedule clicking issue?


Jeyasri M [Syncfusion]
Replied On January 12, 2017 12:25 PM UTC

Hi Travis, 
Thanks for your interest in Syncfusion products. 
Since the shared information was not sufficient to reproduce the reported issue, could you please share the below mentioned details so that we could proceed further and provide you a possible solution in high priority? 
1.       Issue reproducing Code. 
2.       Machine Configuration details on remote machine. 
3.       Error log details. 
4.       Screenshots. 
5.       Issue reproducing sample. (If possible) 
Jeyasri M. 


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