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#1 starrycheng

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Posted 26 February 2012 - 10:40 AM

Whether it should be will "operation bar" do in "Silverlight" , and charts together?


1, "Operation bar " in the "asp.net" page , there are a lot of " inquires the conditions ".


2, The "chart" is to use "SL" to show , and the "XAP" file is embedded in the " asp.net " page.


3, According to the "action bar query conditions " , " chart (XAP) " to display the query results .


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Question:
"Operation bar" ( inquires the choice of conditions) should be and "chart" (SL, XAP file) do together in "SL" project ?
Or like this , put on the "asp.net" page , through the " JS " communications?
How about more convenient, more efficient inquires???
I like Visifire ,like silverlight...

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Posted 27 February 2012 - 08:00 AM

Hi,

"Operation bar" ( inquires the choice of conditions) should be and "chart" (SL, XAP file) do together in "SL" project ?

If you are a .Net Silverlight programmer or if you already have experience in Silverlight project and web services than you can select the above option.

Or like this , put on the "asp.net" page , through the " JS " communications?

If you are a asp.net programmer than go ahead this technique. You can check out the sample application below.
http://visifire.com/silverlight_examples_details.php?id=28

Regards,
Shoaib

#3 starrycheng

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Posted 27 February 2012 - 10:50 AM

Hi,


If you are a .Net Silverlight programmer or if you already have experience in Silverlight project and web services than you can select the above option.


If you are a asp.net programmer than go ahead this technique. You can check out the sample application below.
http://visifire.com/...tails.php?id=28

Regards,
Shoaib


I select the above option...
I like Visifire ,like silverlight...




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