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Conversion of EDP files to C# code

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30164 Jun 13,2005 10:29 AM Jun 13,2005 11:57 AM Windows Forms 1
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Hitesh Ashar
Asked On June 13, 2005 10:29 AM

If I create a custom symbol with the symbol designer, is there any way by which I can convert that genereated EDP file in to C# file so that I can continue customizing the symbol through code?

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Replied On June 13, 2005 11:57 AM

Hi Hitesh, It is not possible to generate a .NET managed class equivalent for a symbol that was defined using the Essential Diagram SymbolDesigner. However, what you could do is subclass the symbol in the edp file using a symbol class defined locally in your application, and add the required customization to this custom class. Subclassing a symbol and extending it is demonstrated in the ''Quick Start\CustomSymbol'' sample that ships with Essential Diagram. Regards, Prakash Surendra Syncfusion Inc.,

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