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Programmatically transfering floating control into dockingmanager

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32345 Jul 27,2005 05:10 PM UTC Jul 28,2005 02:17 PM UTC Windows Forms 1
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James Osborne
Asked On July 27, 2005 05:10 PM UTC

Hi, I''m trying to transfer controls between docking managers, and when a control is dragged out of a docking manager into a floating state I create a new parent window and want to dock it into the docking manager of the parent. I got this to work with individual controls, but cannot get it to work when you drag out a tabbed collection of controls. Is there any way to programmatically invoke a similar behaviour to that of when dragging between docking managers where all this is automatically handled for you? I''ve attempted to do this by specifying a new dockInfo and then calling transitFloattoDock on the dockhostcontroller, but this isn''t working correctly. How do I go about fully specifying DockInfo? Am I heading down the right lines with this? I''m using Syncfusion 2.1.0.9 Any help would be greatly appreciated Thanks James Osborne

Vijayanand S [Syncfusion]
Replied On July 28, 2005 02:17 PM UTC

Hi James, The Linked manger functionality of the docking manager can be used to achieve that. Please take a look at this attached sample. You can also take a look at this sample for more information on linked managers. C:\Program Files\Syncfusion\Essential Suite\2.1.0.9\Tools\samples\Docking Package\LinkedManagers. Please let me know if you have any questions. Thanks Vijay MDILinkedManager_8043.zip

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