My project is having .Net framework 6.0 and i am using Infragistics.Win.UltraWinChart.UltraChart() version : 17.2.20172.2006.Iam getting below error
BinaryFormatter serialization and deserialization are disabled within this application. See https://aka.ms/binaryformatter for more information.
Previously i am having .net4.8 framework then this was working but now i upgraded my project to .net frameowrk 6.0 and it started throwing error
Please let me know what will be the solution for this.
Thank you for the post . For Net framework 6.0 the supported version would be V21.2.
You can refer whats new document for the that.
Also For .Net framework 6.0 you would need to use packages instead of dlls like explained in our doc here.
After update your environment let me know if you still have the issue .
Sorry for late post as we hold this activity due to some other priority work but now i am looking into it.
When i added UltraDataChart from the package it looks like so many changes we need to do as we have used below namespaces also in UltraWinChart.
How we handle those in UltraDataChart?
Do you have any better option how we can go further into it.
Thanks in advance.
You can not add ultrachart namespace using UltradataChart. Using UltraDataChart versus the UltraChart, they are quite different. However, I would recommend that you review our online documentation about the UltraDataChart here, as this may help you to understand it a bit further.
You can find examples of the UltraDataChart here:
For the appearance I would like to know which chart series you are using and what exactly you are trying to style.
Also refer to this post discussing about chart migration.
Thanks Divya. I will check and let you know soon.
Please refer attached file that we have used in UltraChart so same i want to use in UltraDataChart.
Can you please tell me if you can easily find out which functions/APIS we can use for the same in the file itself.
It is somehow difficult for me to find out because of the changes in properties/function names etc..
Thanks in advance