I downloaded you're trial version of DXperiences 12.1 of DexExpress.
I wana know if you're program is avaliable with Visual Basic 6.0 before whatever ?
I didn't find the controls files .OCX for VB6 on you're package, maybe it's not include on you're trial package ?
I read some other post on you're forum like (Q38031) like this :
Serge (DevExpress Support)
4 years ago
First of all, let me thank you for your interest in our products. We greatly appreciate that.
We did provide ActiveX controls for VS 6 in the past, but we don't offer them at present. However, they are still available to our registered customers. I'm sorry...
Or this one (B205346) :
Stan (DevExpress Support)
2 years ago
Thank you for your question.
I suppose that the cause of the problem is that the dockpanel does not automatically lose focus in a VB6 environment.
I should warn you that we do not guarantee full backward compatibility with the VB6 platform, so I strongly recommend you rewrite your
application in a native .NET Framework environment. Meantime, as a
possible solution, set the http://documentation.devexpress.com/#WindowsForms/DevExpressXtraBarsDockingDockingOptions_HideImmediatelyOnAutoHidetopic">HideImmediatelyOnAutoHide
Please try this solution and let me know of your results.
So, what kind of solution could you answer to me ?
Thanks a lot,
Thanks for you're answer.
We talked with my manager this morning about this problem between visual basic 6.0 and DevExpress compatibilities.
I'm in training in a french entertainement in France during 3 mounths.
So we decided to adapt their products with Dev Express technologies for testing perfomencies with this.
I'll have a contract conditions documents to write for explain my methods as subject of my training.
So, in future, I probably have to ask you some technicals questions about DevExpress ;)
I'll ask you soon so.
I'm now working on Visual Studio 2010 with ASP .NET (Framework 4.0) for my tests.
Have a nice day.
I'm afraid that Visual Basic 6.0 is not supported and our components are intended to be used with Visual Studio .NET IDE or VCL IDEs. You can see the list of currently supported IDEs and .NET Framework versions on the following page: Current Version/Build.
As Serge mentioned, registered customers may access ActiveX controls but their development was stopped a long time ago. Let me know how you would like to proceed.