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Serialiazation creating massive problems

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77828 Nov 18,2008 11:09 AM Nov 20,2008 08:24 AM Windows Forms 3
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Asked On November 18, 2008 11:09 AM

As per title.
I tried to implement serialization.
I started from scratch.
I was working on the design. Saved the project, and then... started to get heaps of errors.

Please check it out. Its attached to this message

Thanks



Diagramming Control_47d4d7c2.zip

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Replied On November 18, 2008 11:16 AM

Please note that ONLY upon adding syncfusion components to the project, AND saving that errors trigger.

Help.
Thanks


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Replied On November 18, 2008 11:38 AM

The only temporary get-around I found was to open up the serialization sample provided, and get rid of everything and build on that.
But that's a pretty lame way to go about it.
Is there a solution to my problem?

I'm using visual studio 2008.


Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On November 20, 2008 08:24 AM

Hi Ameel,

I was able to create a sample file without using the provided sample's layout.

The steps I followed were as follows:

1. Opened a new form

2. Ensured the GAC and public assemblies folder has correct assemblies version (6.403.0.15 in my case)

3. Checked for the toolbox - for correct syncfusion controls (When you hover over a control it displays the exact version of the assembly being used)

4. I have used the latest controls (v6.403.0.15) of the 3.5 .NET framework

5. Dropped the MenuStrip (.NET default Control)

6. Dropped the Diagram Control (syncfusion v6.403.0.15)

7. Dropped the PaletteGroupView control (syncfusion v6.403.0.15)

8. Dropped the PropertyEditor control (syncfusion v6.403.0.15)

9. Arranged all of them

10. All the controls had access modifiers as Default "Private" set

11. Created the Menu items as follows:

File - >
Open
Save
Save As
Exit

12. Typed the respective code to either "LoadBinary" or "SaveBinary" in the "Open" and "Save" menu fields

13. Run the sample without any glitch

14. Opened the .EDD files and modified them and saved them successfully

15. Re opened the file successfully with changes effected

I am attaching my sample file herewith for your convenience.

Let me know if you need any further clarifications in this regard.

Happy Coding!

- Ajeet



Test_VB_F77828_921a4656.zip

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