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Can I use a metafile as a symbol and then add programtically ports to it?

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20852 Oct 26,2004 02:50 PM Oct 26,2004 04:19 PM Windows Forms 1
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Eric Silver
Asked On October 26, 2004 02:50 PM

I have manage to use the sample code to be able to add a wmf file to the diagram but I am not able to add ports to it since it is not a symbol. Is there a way to have a symbol which is represented by a wmf file?

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Replied On October 26, 2004 04:19 PM

Hi Eric, Here are a couple of Knowledgebase articles which should help you achieve what you are seeking: - How do I create a Custom Symbol? - How do I add ports to my Symbol? Here is a sample based on these Knowledgebase Articles, where a custom symbol consisting of a outer Rectangle, an inner BitMapNode with 2 ports is cretaed in the MySymbol class. You can use a MetaFileNode instead of a BitMapNode. Regards Arun

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