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How do I add ports to my symbol?

 

The following code sample shows how the ports were added to the custom symbol (MySymbol) which was created in this Knowledgebase Article.

[C#] rivate CirclePort        leftport; private CirclePort        rightport;

//Add these lines to MySymbol's Constructor

//Port locations leftport = new CirclePort(new PointF(0, this.Height / 2)); rightport = new CirclePort(new PointF(this.Width, this.Height / 2)); //Append CirlePorts to MySymbol AppendChild(leftport); AppendChild(rightport); //Make CenterPort visible this.CenterPort.Visible = true;

[VB.NET] Private leftport As CirclePort Private rightport As CirclePort

'Add these lines to MySymbol's Constructor

'Port locations leftport = New CirclePort(New PointF(0, Me.Height / 2)) rightport = New CirclePort(New PointF(Me.Width, Me.Height / 2)) 'Append CirlePorts to MySymbol AppendChild(leftport) AppendChild(rightport) 'Make CenterPort visible Me.CenterPort.Visible = True

 

Article ID: Published Date: Last Revised Date: Platform: Control:
170 04/30/2011 07/10/2014 Windows Forms Diagram
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