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  1. All of our WebMap controls rely on the Telerik UI Angular controls. https://www.telerik.com/kendo-angular-ui If you want to learn more about them I recommend these pages: https://www.telerik.com/kendo-angular-ui/components/ Ok. In order to support what you mentioned we can use a Telerik Menu feature that is called openOnClick One thing to notice with this feature os that when the user opens an item with a click, all Menu items open on hover until one of them is selected. To modify this behavior, the toggle option of the openOnClick can be used. For example, s
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  2. Hello, For this specific scenario, the VBUC was unable to resolve the reference to the dll containing the class OWC.Chart. In these circumstances, you can right click over the unresolved createobject in that list, and choose the "Set Reference manually" to indicate the location of the dll containing that class. Please let me know if that works for you. Regards,
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  3. The purpose of this document is to provide a quick guide to implement a unit testing project with Microsoft Unit Test Framework in Visual Studio for Managed Code. It contains the basics about unit testing and provides the necessary steps to create a project, create unit tests and run them in Visual Studio Test Explorer. I hope you find it useful. Any question, comment or suggestion is welcome to make the document better. Thanks for reading. Josué. Unit_Testing.pdf
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  4. Oracle Data provider (ODP.Net) in a migrated project Old Visual Basic 6 applications interacting with Oracle databases may rely on the MSDAORA driver in the connection string to establish such communication when that code is converted to .NET, the Visual Basic Upgrade Companion (VBUC) will keep the same connection string and therefore be use the old MSDAORA driver. But, in .NET we can take advantage of the Oracle Data Provider (ODP.Net) technology developed by Oracle instead. The following VB6 code shows a database connection though the MSDAORA provider: Dim oConn As ADODB.Conn
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  5. Based on your log file, it looks like you might have a corrupted installation of VBUC. It happens--I had the same problem not that long ago. Good news is you can follow the steps here to fix it: https://www.mobilize.net/vbtonet/error-retrieving-the-com-class-factory-for-component-with-clsid-7b11c67c12-105a-4f42-a5c8-cb9070f2855a7d-failed-due-to-the-following-error-80040154
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  6. Hi Nas, The vb6 code is compiling on the machine where it's being migrated? I think I 'll need more info about the issue. Is it possible for you to send me the project being migrated. My email is [email protected] Regards, OlmanQ If so, it is possible for you to send me the project being migrated?
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