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WPF Gantt Package / Re: To find right row with MouseDoubleClick in FlexyGantt.
« Last post by Rajagopal on September 18, 2018, 04:15:55 PM »
Veysel,

We have sent the reference sample to you with the requested changes. Please get it and let us know if you have any issues/queries.


Thanks
Raja
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WPF Gantt Package / Re: To find right row with MouseDoubleClick in FlexyGantt.
« Last post by ForumAdmin on September 12, 2018, 11:43:25 AM »
Hi Veysel,

We will respond back with more detail soon. But, to begin with note that currently you don't receive MouseDoubleClick events on the chart row because the rows are rendered transparent.

There are several ways to make the rows render with a bg color, to begin with try setting SyncRowBackgrounds="true" on the FlexyGantt in XAML, this will make the chart rows render with the same bg color as the grid rows and now you should start receiving MouseDoubleClick events - the e.OriginalSource will now be a control which will have a TaskListControl as an ancestor in the visual tree. The TasksListControl is what represents a row in the FlexyGantt.

Regards,
Praveen
RadiantQ Support
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WPF Gantt Package / To find right row with MouseDoubleClick in FlexyGantt.
« Last post by vtunc on September 11, 2018, 08:40:05 AM »
Hi,

how can I get right row or row index with double click anywhere (ex. blank row) on GanttChart in FlexyGantt.

It can be as in Example

but row is blank and has not any Task or Item.

Thanks
Veysel
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Hi Raja,

It seems working.

I'll try to adapt into my Project. If I have any issues, I'll keep you informed.

Thanks
Veysel
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Veysel,

We have updated the reference sample and sent it to your email. Below are the changes,

Your HierarchicalDataTemplate should needs to be like this,
Code: [Select]
<HierarchicalDataTemplate x:Key="SubOrdnerTemplate"
                                ItemsSource="{Binding SubGroupList}">
    <TextBlock Text="{Binding Name}"></TextBlock>
</HierarchicalDataTemplate>

Note that, the "SubGroupList" is the property which holds the collection of child items in your data that needs to be bound in HierarchicalDataTemplate.

Thanks
Raja
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Veysel,

Did you send us an email to support (AT) radiantq.com? We haven't received any yet!

Thanks
Praveen
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Thanks for your answer,

I sent you an example per e-email
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Veysel,

So, the FlexyGanttHierarchicalTasks sample referenced below could be very similar to your data - if both Ordner and Person are of same type or have a common base type/interface. If not, as mentioned earlier, please share a bit of the types' definition, we will then provide you a sample based on that.


Thanks
Praveen
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Veysel,

So, does your Ordner objects have a property called "Children" or something like that, which contains the Ordner OR Person type objects?

Can you share with us some actual code that shows the type of these objects, just with the relevant properties? We will then put together a sample that shows how to bind this to our FlexyGantt.

(Also, have you already tried binding your datasource to our FG? You might want to set the ForceParentTemplateEvenIfChildless="false" setting to get it bound correctly (like we do in the ..Samples\FlexyGantt\DataBinding\FlexyGanttHierarchicalTasks sample).)

Thanks
Praveen

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Martin,

Can you confirm your email by sending us an email to our Support mailbox? Support(AT)RadiantQ.com?

The email we have on record for you is bouncing.

Thanks

Vandhana

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