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DockingManager.SetEnableDocking creates temporary file.

Hello, I''ve discovered that the (first) call to DockingManager.SetEnableDocking(Control, bool) creates a temporary file which doesn''t get deleted when application terminates. I wonder if there is a way to fix it? Have you fixed this bug in the 3.0 release (I''m using version 2.1.0.9)? Thanks! Andrew

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AD Administrator Syncfusion Team January 17, 2005 12:04 PM

Hi Andrew, Where are these temporary files located and how are they named? Also, would it be possible for you to provide me with a sample that demonstrates this problem? Either of these, especially the former, would be a great help in tracking down the problem. Regards, Gregory Austin Syncfusion, Inc.


AD Administrator Syncfusion Team January 17, 2005 03:56 PM

Gregory, after debugging Syncfusion''s code I found out that the temporary file gets created when the following code is executed: SizingController.cs, line 453: ds.Cursor = Cursors.VSplit; I was able to reproduce it on a newly created WinForms project so it obviously is not Syncfusion''s bug. In this project, the temporary file "C:\Documents and Settings\askalkin\Local Settings\Temp\~DF9953.tmp" got deleted (it didn''t get deleted before because in our application we use WinAPI''s TerminateProcess function). That is quite strange but it looks like we have no control over it. Thanks for the quick response! Andrew

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