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UseEmbeddedSettingFile

Hi, I try to load a .ini file with UseEmbeddedSettingFile. The first stream return null, the second is good. And I know that you are using the first one in your UseEmbeddedSettingFile method. Stream stream1 = GetType().Module.Assembly.GetManifestResourceStream(typeof(TextEditForm), "ScriptEditor.CPP.ini"); Stream stream2 = GetType().Module.Assembly.GetManifestResourceStream("ScriptEditor.CPP.ini"); if (file.ToLower().EndsWith(".cxx")) { editControl1.UseEmbeddedSettingFile(typeof(TextEditForm), "ScriptEditor.CPP.ini"); } Is this a bug? I know I can create a file with my second stream and the use LoadFile, but I'd prefer to use UseEmbeddedSettingFile. Sebastien

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AD Administrator Syncfusion Team December 13, 2002 03:20 AM

Hi Sebastien, Please try this code in your program: editControl1.UseEmbeddedSettingFile(typeof(TextEditForm), "CPP.ini"); If it still does not work, please open a support incident, and a support engineer will be available. Thanks. Syncfusion Technical Support > Hi, > > I try to load a .ini file with UseEmbeddedSettingFile. > The first stream return null, the second is good. > And I know that you are using the first one in your UseEmbeddedSettingFile method. > > Stream stream1 = GetType().Module.Assembly.GetManifestResourceStream(typeof(TextEditForm), "ScriptEditor.CPP.ini"); > Stream stream2 = GetType().Module.Assembly.GetManifestResourceStream("ScriptEditor.CPP.ini"); > > if (file.ToLower().EndsWith(".cxx")) > { > editControl1.UseEmbeddedSettingFile(typeof(TextEditForm), "ScriptEditor.CPP.ini"); > } > > Is this a bug? I know I can create a file with my second stream and the use LoadFile, but I'd prefer to use UseEmbeddedSettingFile. > > Sebastien

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