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Diagram Builder Sample

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79751 Feb 24,2009 12:30 PM Mar 2,2009 01:17 PM Windows Forms 3
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Glenn Miller
Asked On February 24, 2009 12:30 PM

Quick question.

I have been trying to add a treeview to the Diagram builder app (7.0.21) but it does not appear at runtime, and I cannot place it in the right hand manager area.

Anyone know what I might be doing wrong, and how I can fix this.

Thanks in advance,
Glenn


Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On February 25, 2009 10:02 AM

Hi Glenn,
May i know how you have added the treeview to the application, through code or at design time.

Regards
Dinesh

>Quick question.

I have been trying to add a treeview to the Diagram builder app (7.0.21) but it does not appear at runtime, and I cannot place it in the right hand manager area.

Anyone know what I might be doing wrong, and how I can fix this.

Thanks in advance,
Glenn




Glenn Miller
Replied On March 1, 2009 08:46 AM

I added the treeview at design time.

Many thanks,
Glenn

>Hi Glenn,
May i know how you have added the treeview to the application, through code or at design time.

Regards
Dinesh

>Quick question.

I have been trying to add a treeview to the Diagram builder app (7.0.21) but it does not appear at runtime, and I cannot place it in the right hand manager area.

Anyone know what I might be doing wrong, and how I can fix this.

Thanks in advance,
Glenn






Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On March 2, 2009 01:17 PM

Hi Glenn,
I you could place the treeview at design time and you are sure that it appears at design time and only disappears at runtime then please provide me the sample that caused the problem or the exact steps to reproduce the problem. For your information you cannot place any control over the diagram control and also make sure that the treeview is not hided by any other control.

Regards,
Dinesh


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