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shanmuganathan View Drop Down

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    Posted: 20 February 2019 at 2:10am

Recently we upgraded from "Xtreme ToolkitPro v15.0.2" to "Xtreme ToolkitPro v18.6.0".

In my application i have a class derived from CXTPReportControl and customized it as per my needs in my derived classes.

Now after upgrading to new version i could not find the following variables which was in CXTPReportControl and it is moved to other classes.

CXTPReportRecords* m_pRecords;
CXTPReportRows* m_pPlainTree;
int m_nPopulatedRecordsCount;
CXTPReportRows m_arrScreenRows;     // Rows currently presented on screen.
int m_nFocusedRow;                          // Current focused row index.
int m_nClickRow;                            //The clicked row index.
CPoint m_pointDrag;                         // Drag position
int m_nLeftOffset;                          // Horizontal scroll position.
int m_nTopRow;                              // Current top row in the visible area.
CXTPReportTip m_wndTip;                     // Tip window.
CRect m_rcReportArea;           // The area occupied by rows.
BOOL m_bFullColumnScrolling;                // Store Full Column Scrolling mode for horizontal scro
int m_nFreezeColumnsCount;                  // Count of none-scrolled columns at the left side.
CXTPReportSection* m_pReportSection;

Require help on how i can handle it ?

Windows 7
Visual Studio 2013
CodeJock 18.6
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It sounds like you have not looked at the Help file that comes with each version of the toolkit.

CXTPReportRecords still exists and uses header XTPReportRecords.h.
CXTPReportRows still exists and uses header XTPReportRows.h.
CXTPReportTip still exists and uses header XTPReportTip.h.
CXTPReportSection still exists and uses header XTPReportSection.h.

All the rest of your variables appear to be application-defined and not part of the toolkit.
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