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VC++ interop

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46892 Jul 24,2006 08:51 AM Jul 28,2006 04:55 AM Windows Forms 1
Tags: Chart
Asked On July 24, 2006 08:51 AM

Is it possible to use this graph component in VC++ easily ?. Does it support easy interop from unmanaged code ?.

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On July 28, 2006 04:55 AM

Hi Ashok,

Sorry for the delay in responding.You can use Syncfusion components in VC++ and it also supports interoperability from Unmanaged code.

The Syncfusion .NET Framework promotes interaction with COM components, COM+ services, external type libraries, and many operating system services. Data types, method signatures, and error-handling mechanisms vary between managed and unmanaged object models. To simplify interoperation between .NET Framework components and unmanaged code and to ease the migration path, the common language runtime conceals from both clients and servers the differences in these object models.

The Syncfusion .NET Framework is an extremely ambitious platform, combining a new language (C#), a managed runtime (the CLR), a platform for hosting Web applications ( ASP.NET), and an extensive class library for building all types of applications. However, as expansive as the .NET Framework is, it doesn''t duplicate all the features that are available in unmanaged code. Currently, the .NET Framework doesn''t include every function that''s available in the Win32 API, and many businesses are using complex proprietary solutions that they''ve built with COM-based languages such as Microsoft Visual Basic 6 and Microsoft Visual C++ 6.

You can also have a look at the following link regarding this:


Thank you for your interest in Syncfusion products.



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