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How can I programmatically link two symbols?

 

The Syncfusion.Windows.Forms.Diagram.LinkCmd command class can be used to programmatically form connections between symbols.

The following code sample shows how to create a Link between the two symbols, symbol1 and symbol2

[C#]

// Create a LinkCmd object LinkCmd linkcommand = new LinkCmd(); linkcommand.Link = new Link(Link.Shapes.Line);

// Set up the Source and Target ports for the Link linkcommand.SourcePort = symbol1.CenterPort; linkcommand.TargetPort = symbol2.CenterPort;

// Execute the command to connect the two symbols this.diagram.Controller.ExecuteCommand(linkcommand);

[VB.NET]

' Create a LinkCmd object Dim linkcommand As New LinkCmd() linkcommand.Link = New Link(Link.Shapes.Line)

' Set up the Source and Target ports for the Link linkcommand.SourcePort = symbol1.CenterPort linkcommand.TargetPort = symbol2.CenterPort

' Execute the command to connect the two symbols Me.diagram.Controller.ExecuteCommand(linkcommand)

 

Article ID: Published Date: Last Revised Date: Platform: Control:
165 04/30/2011 07/10/2014 Windows Forms Diagram
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