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c# vs2010 ultimate graph

Posted on 2011-03-12
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Hi,

I don't understand why I drag my *.dll to the directed graph document, the VS did not generate the
graph. Could you help?

Thanks,
JT
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Hi,

No I am not looking for chart drawing. I mean in the Architecture option, you can select the architecture
view as direct graph where you can drop dll assembly in, it will automatically generate related aseemblies.

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JT
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What result are you get when you drop a DLL file on a DGML document?
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by:jtran007
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Hi,

I'll get the diagram showing relationship among the class in the DLL. I have it working now.
Thanks. Can I close this issue?

Regards,
JT
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Hi,

I'll get the diagram showing relationship among the class in the DLL. I have it working now.
Thanks. Can I close this issue?

Regards,
JT
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Thanks,
JT
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