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18466 Aug 31,2004 09:00 PM UTC Sep 2,2004 02:11 AM UTC WinForms 2
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Jarrod Lloyd
Asked On August 31, 2004 09:00 PM UTC

Hi, Firstly, your products and support are great. Secondly, I am having a problem at the moment with a Chart. I have a collection of objects, each with their own User Control. The User Control has an Essential Chart on it. A Generic Form will ask the Object for its User Control which is returned by the object. All is well here. The problem is that if I remove the object and create a new one, on the EndUpdate command of the chart control it throws an exception "Cannot access diposed object ChartControl". I am making a new Chart Control each time (obviously) and can''t see what is going wrong. Thanks Jarrod Lloyd

Jarrod Lloyd
Replied On August 31, 2004 09:02 PM UTC

Oh and by the way, this doesn''t occur with other controls on the page, only the chart control. >Hi, > >Firstly, your products and support are great. > >Secondly, I am having a problem at the moment with a Chart. I have a collection of objects, each with their own User Control. The User Control has an Essential Chart on it. A Generic Form will ask the Object for its User Control which is returned by the object. All is well here. > >The problem is that if I remove the object and create a new one, on the EndUpdate command of the chart control it throws an exception "Cannot access diposed object ChartControl". I am making a new Chart Control each time (obviously) and can''t see what is going wrong. > >Thanks > >Jarrod Lloyd

Daniel Jebaraj [Syncfusion]
Replied On September 2, 2004 02:11 AM UTC

Hi Jarrod, Thank you for your kind words. Can you send us a small sample that illustrates this behavior? Best regards, Daniel

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