I am having a problem with using the XCeed Grid on VS2005 Beta 2 and using Visual Inheritance in the Designer. I have downloaded the latest version of the Grid (2.5.530x).
If I create a form, add a grid control, and save it, that form is fine. If I then create an inherited form, and inherit from the first form, and try to open the second form in the designer, I get the following error:
An Exception occurred while trying to update the data smart tasks, they will be disabled.
Object reference not set to an instance of an object
If I then move my cursor over the grid object, I receive additional errors.
Just wondering if anybody has tried this on the Beta2 install of Visual Studio, and if they are having the same issues.
Imported from legacy forums. Posted by messex (had 2155 views)
I have upgraded to Visual Studio 2005 – Release version, and have installed the latest XCeed components, and am still having this problem. It was reported back in July, but doesn’t appear to be fixed. Is there a plan for fixing this?
Create Form1 with a Grid Create Form2 which inherits from Form1 Open Form2 in the Designer – Gets an error Move cursor over Grid – gets a second error
Imported from legacy forums. Posted by messex (had 3077 views)