ActiveGanttCSA is not being displayed
Date:9/12/2011 1:08:15 AM
Product:ActiveGanttVC Gantt Chart / Scheduler Component
Framework:.Net Framework 4.0 / Visual Studio 2010
User's Development Environment:C# Visual Studio 2010
Subject:Gantt Chart Not Displaying

I need to evaluate ActiveGanttCSA tool before using it to the actual dev process.So I have tried to create a web application from your trial solution.I m not able to produce active gantt display.I am getting only "cracked image"(icon which appears when image cannot be displayed). I need help regardig this.



Is the demo displaying properly?

A couple of things,

1. In visual Studio 2010 the markup instruction:

<cc1:ActiveGanttCSACtl style="Z-INDEX: 0" id="ActiveGanttCSACtl1" runat="server" Height="600px" Width="1024px"></cc1:ActiveGanttCSACtl>

Will not display correctly in design view in an .aspx page, we have some problems with the System.Web.UI.Design.ControlDesigner and Visual Studio 2010. For the upcoming version 2.8.8 we are working on a resolution to this problem, but it is non-critical, the control will still work, it will only display a warning in design view.

2. Access databases will not work in a 64-bit environment, and you are using Vista x64. This is because Microsoft has not and will not produce an ODBC driver for Access for 64 bit systems.

3. In Web.Config in your application you must have the following:

for IIS 7:

                  <add type="AGCSA.clsAGCSARenderStream, AGCSA" name="clsAGCSARenderStream"/>

and for IIS 6:

                  <add type="AGCSA.clsAGCSARenderStream, AGCSA" name="clsAGCSARenderStream"/>

The render stream provides a mechanism that allows the dynamic generation of images, if it were not present then every time the page with ActiveGanttCSA is refreshed, an image would have to be stored on the server. Without this in web.config ActiveGanttCSA will not work.


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