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Jürgen Dick  
#1 Posted : Thursday, January 17, 2019 7:43:19 AM(UTC)
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My initial situation is:

  • We have an ActiveX-control containing a VSFLexGrid in an really old version.

  • We used our ActiveX-control on a .NET-WinForm (not easy to get it inserted on a WinForm, but we could get it to work in older Visual Studio versions).

  • I want to replace the VSFlexGrid, because it is no longer possible to get my ActiveX-control inserted on a .NET-WinForm in newer Visual studio versions because of VSFlexGrid. The VSFlexGrid is not insertable alone on a .NET-Winform too.

  • We don't want to buy a new version of VSFlexGrid.


My questions:
  • Does anyone has any experience on inserting the ActiveX-version of iGrid on a .NET-Winform in the latest Visual Studio versions? Unfortunately the demo version of iGrid is not insertable on a .NET-Winform in VS2017 (15.9.5)


Thank you!
Jürgen

Igor/10Tec  
#2 Posted : Thursday, January 17, 2019 1:29:46 PM(UTC)
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iGrid ActiveX is not intended for usage in the .NET environment. Use iGrid.NET instead, which is the native implementation of iGrid for the .NET Framework.
Jürgen Dick  
#3 Posted : Thursday, January 17, 2019 1:36:34 PM(UTC)
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This is no option for us. The datagrid is placed on an activex-control that is used in both environments: VB6 and .NET via Interop.
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