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Vb6 to vb.net migration

Vb6 to vb.net migration

(OP)
hello,
i facing problem to get post event of c1 tdb grid in vb.net which is available to vb6 code.
plz help me

RE: Vb6 to vb.net migration

Odd. Which version of the ComponentOne Studio are you using?

RE: Vb6 to vb.net migration

(OP)
i am using 8 version of component one

RE: Vb6 to vb.net migration

Definitely odd. I've just installed a copy of it, and the PostEvent appears fine in Visual Studio 2010 as you can see below



(to be honest, this would probably be better asked in the VB.NET forum: forum796: Visual Basic(Microsoft) -VB.NET)


RE: Vb6 to vb.net migration

(OP)
i am using visual studio 2008.

RE: Vb6 to vb.net migration

Have you tried reinstalling ComponentOne Studio for ActiveX on your development box?

RE: Vb6 to vb.net migration

(OP)
yes i re install my component one studio but it is nit showing post event and its also not found in component one website. i am try to find in new component one studio support but they will not showing any event like post event.
http://helpcentral.componentone.com/nethelp/c1true...

RE: Vb6 to vb.net migration

Ah, Studio for WinForms is a completely different product to Studio for ActiveX. The controls included work differently (the former is a .NET assembly, the latter is a COM library) and have different properties, methods and events. And PostEvent is indeed one of the events that exists for 'True DBGrid' but not for 'TrueDBGrid for WinForms'

RE: Vb6 to vb.net migration

(OP)
then what will the solution for that.....?

RE: Vb6 to vb.net migration

Use the right control ...

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