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Many customers face problems while running our ComponentOne Studio installers on VS2010 Express. When the installer is launched, a message is shown that you need to Install Visual Studio 2010 and the .Net 4.0 framework.
When a group is expanded and any row is edited by clicking the Edit button in Wijmo Gridview with server side editing, the group gets collapsed. This is because in server side editing, clicking the Edit button causes a postback and the C1GridView renders in original state i.e. all groups are in collapsed state. And, the user will have to re-open that group again in order to make any change in that row.
With jQuery making its mark prominent in the recent times and unit tests based on it coming in demand day by day, it was only a matter of time that a requirement like this would crop up.
The annotation along each axis is an important part of any chart. Wijmo Chart annotates the axes with numbers/datetime values based on Series data. You may format the values using AnnoFormatString property but sometimes we have a requirement to display strings along an axis instead of numeric values (for example, you may be charting product prices and want to display the product names along the X-axis).
Whether CodedUI scripting is mentioned across everyone’s post, from the word of mouth, or any other source, it is at best known to be a means of testing what is already built. In case it is a web application, we need a running instance of the same on the desktop, and we need it to be hosted and accessible from some server.
Watermark is a popular feature for displaying customized strings when input values are missing in editable controls. If we start looking at the available properties for C1ComboBox we will find a 'Watermark' property is already available and functioning. Simply setting this property to a string will display the watermark when no value is selected in the ComboBox.
Many customers have asked us whether there is any way to silently install C1 installer on a computer. When we normally run C1 installer it requires local administrator rights and asks permission to make an entry to the registry.
This blog focuses on a small utility implementation where a drilled down C1Chart control is used to display detailed data for each row in C1FlexGrid. ComponentOne already provides a separate suite for Data Analysis in the form of OLAP for Silverlight. However, we may not need a full fledged control for small analytic display every time. In such a scenario, we can bind existing C1Chart control to the required data source to display the data.
Composite charts are used to display and analyze complex data in a single chart, so as the name suggests, its data binding is a little different from normal charts. In this blog, we will see how we can easily create a complex chart in code.
The C1Report provides support for displaying various images (jpeg, bmp, tiff, etc). However, it currently does not provide support for displaying Multi-Paged Tiff Images.