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Load Dock State / Save Dock State

Using the docking windows MDIDemo, I have inserted a dockingManager1.LoadDockState(AppStateSerializer) in the load event and a dockingmanager1.SaveDockState in the closing event. The AppStateSesrializer is using the windows registry to store state and creating a key called AAAAAA under the software key in the registry. Run the app once, change some docking settings and save the file and you notice the entry in the registry. (good). Now re-run the app and you get an error - object ref not set, when calling loaddockstate. I have sent the project to support@syncfusion.com due to the inablity to attach files. Please take a look and let me know. Thanks, Steve

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AD Administrator Syncfusion Team December 20, 2004 10:27 AM

Hi Steve, Could you please send the sample to stephenj @ syncfusion.com . Thanks. Best regards, Stephen. >Using the docking windows MDIDemo, I have inserted a dockingManager1.LoadDockState(AppStateSerializer) in the load event and a dockingmanager1.SaveDockState in the closing event. > >The AppStateSesrializer is using the windows registry to store state and creating a key called AAAAAA under the software key in the registry. > >Run the app once, change some docking settings and save the file and you notice the entry in the registry. (good). > >Now re-run the app and you get an error - object ref not set, when calling loaddockstate. > >I have sent the project to support@syncfusion.com due to the inablity to attach files. > >Please take a look and let me know. > >Thanks, >Steve


ST Steve December 21, 2004 05:53 AM

Sent email @ 12/21/04 7:53am


AD Administrator Syncfusion Team December 22, 2004 02:08 AM

Hi Steve, Thanks for sending the sample. I will look into it and update this thread at the earliest. Best regards, Stephen. >Sent email @ 12/21/04 7:53am

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