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Anyone use ComponentOne's Enterprise Studio?

Has anyone used ComponentOne's Enterprise studio that comes in the
VB.Net resource kit? I like some of the controls they have, but I've had
a few wierd issues and I am wondering if that's a sign of things to come...

Thanks,
Aaron
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Nov 21 '05 #1
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I've used the ComponentOne ListBox and ComboBox on a fairly large app with
no problems...can' t say that I've tried any other of their components
though!

Dave
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Has anyone used ComponentOne's Enterprise studio that comes in the
VB.Net resource kit? I like some of the controls they have, but I've had
a few wierd issues and I am wondering if that's a sign of things to come...
Thanks,
Aaron
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Nov 21 '05 #2
They looked pretty nice. Especially the numeric edit box with the built
in calculator and stuff. However, I had a few problems with some of the
other controls this morning and when I went to get some updates, you
don't get any with the free versions. If we are going to pay to get an
updated look to our app, we will shop around... Which brings me to my
next question, has anyone used any third party UI controls, and if you
did, what ones?

Aaron

dave mann wrote:
I've used the ComponentOne ListBox and ComboBox on a fairly large app with
no problems...can' t say that I've tried any other of their components
though!

Dave
"Aaron Smith" <th**********@s mithcentral.net > wrote in message
news:pw******** ***********@new ssvr15.news.pro digy.com...
Has anyone used ComponentOne's Enterprise studio that comes in the
VB.Net resource kit? I like some of the controls they have, but I've had
a few wierd issues and I am wondering if that's a sign of things to


come...
Thanks,
Aaron
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Nov 21 '05 #3
Hi Aaron,

It's Bernie - hope you are doing well.

I use the c1 studio for .net pretty extensively. Be warned - the learning
curve is steep although the help files that are provided are pretty good.
The ng's are very good for learning about differnent functionality and
features. (More about the ng's later.)

The c1 list is great; offers functionality that no other listview provides,
and it's pretty bug free.

The c1 true db grid is great, far superior to anything else I've tried and
provides more functionality than I could have imagined. The c1 dropdown
that is an adjunct to the grid is also a fine control, and I use it often.

I use the c1 input less often; many times I can do better on my own and I
find them sometimes restrictive.

I use the c1 toolbar also, but it is a bit limited.

I've also used the printing control, but not too often, as I use crystal for
almost all of my printing needs.

I've used the data objects only a bit; never found a really good use for it,
except for very large tables, and even then it doesn't satisfy what I'm
after.

Tech support is an issue - they are slow and updates are often not explained
well as regards how to install, what to install first, etc. I've had some
bad times installing and finding that old forms no longer ran ok, because
the value of a property changed or because the property was gone. But I
always got the problem resolved. But there are good techs at most of the
ng's - you can find them under component1.publ ic.net etc. For the grid -
which is the most important control - there's a guy by the name of John
Ayers - he's brilliant and cordial also.

HTH,

Bernie Yaeger

"Aaron Smith" <th**********@s mithcentral.net > wrote in message
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They looked pretty nice. Especially the numeric edit box with the built in
calculator and stuff. However, I had a few problems with some of the other
controls this morning and when I went to get some updates, you don't get
any with the free versions. If we are going to pay to get an updated look
to our app, we will shop around... Which brings me to my next question,
has anyone used any third party UI controls, and if you did, what ones?

Aaron

dave mann wrote:
I've used the ComponentOne ListBox and ComboBox on a fairly large app
with
no problems...can' t say that I've tried any other of their components
though!

Dave
"Aaron Smith" <th**********@s mithcentral.net > wrote in message
news:pw******** ***********@new ssvr15.news.pro digy.com...
Has anyone used ComponentOne's Enterprise studio that comes in the
VB.Net resource kit? I like some of the controls they have, but I've had
a few wierd issues and I am wondering if that's a sign of things to


come...
Thanks,
Aaron
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Nov 21 '05 #4
Hi Aaron,

Oh yeah - I've used the zip control also - works fine.

Bernie

"Aaron Smith" <th**********@s mithcentral.net > wrote in message
news:4c******** **********@news svr15.news.prod igy.com...
They looked pretty nice. Especially the numeric edit box with the built in
calculator and stuff. However, I had a few problems with some of the other
controls this morning and when I went to get some updates, you don't get
any with the free versions. If we are going to pay to get an updated look
to our app, we will shop around... Which brings me to my next question,
has anyone used any third party UI controls, and if you did, what ones?

Aaron

dave mann wrote:
I've used the ComponentOne ListBox and ComboBox on a fairly large app
with
no problems...can' t say that I've tried any other of their components
though!

Dave
"Aaron Smith" <th**********@s mithcentral.net > wrote in message
news:pw******** ***********@new ssvr15.news.pro digy.com...
Has anyone used ComponentOne's Enterprise studio that comes in the
VB.Net resource kit? I like some of the controls they have, but I've had
a few wierd issues and I am wondering if that's a sign of things to


come...
Thanks,
Aaron
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Nov 21 '05 #5
Hi

I have had problem with the data controls and ended up rewriting some
applications because of speed issues.

I agree what was said above about being able to do better on your own, I
found the controls to be great when learning vb.net as it gave me results
quickly but now I have learn't more and my knowledge has greatly improved I
write most of my own controls to give greater flexability to what I want to
do.

These controls are great for basic stuff and I do still tend to use some
(why reinvent the wheel) I think it is all down to what you are after and
your knowledge of .net.

Mike.
"Bernie Yaeger" <be*****@cherwe llinc.com> wrote in message
news:eJ******** ******@TK2MSFTN GP14.phx.gbl...
Hi Aaron,

Oh yeah - I've used the zip control also - works fine.

Bernie

"Aaron Smith" <th**********@s mithcentral.net > wrote in message
news:4c******** **********@news svr15.news.prod igy.com...
They looked pretty nice. Especially the numeric edit box with the built in calculator and stuff. However, I had a few problems with some of the other controls this morning and when I went to get some updates, you don't get
any with the free versions. If we are going to pay to get an updated look to our app, we will shop around... Which brings me to my next question,
has anyone used any third party UI controls, and if you did, what ones?

Aaron

dave mann wrote:
I've used the ComponentOne ListBox and ComboBox on a fairly large app
with
no problems...can' t say that I've tried any other of their components
though!

Dave
"Aaron Smith" <th**********@s mithcentral.net > wrote in message
news:pw******** ***********@new ssvr15.news.pro digy.com...

Has anyone used ComponentOne's Enterprise studio that comes in the
VB.Net resource kit? I like some of the controls they have, but I've hada few wierd issues and I am wondering if that's a sign of things to

come...

Thanks,
Aaron
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Nov 21 '05 #6
I have used their FlexGrid control and it worked great for me.

"Michael Turner" wrote:
Hi

I have had problem with the data controls and ended up rewriting some
applications because of speed issues.

I agree what was said above about being able to do better on your own, I
found the controls to be great when learning vb.net as it gave me results
quickly but now I have learn't more and my knowledge has greatly improved I
write most of my own controls to give greater flexability to what I want to
do.

These controls are great for basic stuff and I do still tend to use some
(why reinvent the wheel) I think it is all down to what you are after and
your knowledge of .net.

Mike.
"Bernie Yaeger" <be*****@cherwe llinc.com> wrote in message
news:eJ******** ******@TK2MSFTN GP14.phx.gbl...
Hi Aaron,

Oh yeah - I've used the zip control also - works fine.

Bernie

"Aaron Smith" <th**********@s mithcentral.net > wrote in message
news:4c******** **********@news svr15.news.prod igy.com...
They looked pretty nice. Especially the numeric edit box with the built in calculator and stuff. However, I had a few problems with some of the other controls this morning and when I went to get some updates, you don't get
any with the free versions. If we are going to pay to get an updated look to our app, we will shop around... Which brings me to my next question,
has anyone used any third party UI controls, and if you did, what ones?

Aaron

dave mann wrote:
> I've used the ComponentOne ListBox and ComboBox on a fairly large app
> with
> no problems...can' t say that I've tried any other of their components
> though!
>
> Dave
>
>
> "Aaron Smith" <th**********@s mithcentral.net > wrote in message
> news:pw******** ***********@new ssvr15.news.pro digy.com...
>
>>Has anyone used ComponentOne's Enterprise studio that comes in the
>>VB.Net resource kit? I like some of the controls they have, but I've had>>a few wierd issues and I am wondering if that's a sign of things to
>
> come...
>
>>Thanks,
>>Aaron
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