Gantt Chart Controls in .NET, ActiveX, ASP.NET

VARCHART XGantt controls for easy Gantt chart development

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VARCHART XGantt Controls for Different Platforms

We offer our VARCHART XGantt control in various editions. They support .NET, ASP.NET and also still ActiveX application developers.

VARCHART XGantt .NET Edition

The .NET Windows forms control supports all .NET languages such as C#, VB.NET or Managed C++ in Microsoft Visual Studio. It is used for desktop and web-client applications.

VARCHART XGantt ASP.NET Edition

A web forms control being based upon ASP .NET. It is AJAX-capable and supports all .NET languages such as C#, VB.NET or Managed C++ in Microsoft Visual Studio. It is used for web-server applications and portals.

VARCHART XGantt ActiveX Edition

The ActiveX control is compatible to all ActiveX control containers and programming languages such as VB6, C++, FoxPro, WinDev, Access, Delphi, or PowerBuilder. It is used for desktop and web-client applications


.NET Edition of VARCHART XGantt: Compatibility

The VARCHART XGantt .NET Edition is also compatible with the following versions of Microsof Visual Studio, the following .NET frameworks and processors:

VARCHART XGantt .NET Edition at Design Time

Visual Studio Windows VARCHART XGantt 5.0
for .NET 2.0, 3.0 and 3.5
VARCHART XGantt 5.0
for .NET 4.0 and 4.5
2005 X86 Yes No
  X64 (*2) Yes No
2008 (*1) X86 Yes No
  X64 (*2) Yes No
2010/2012 (*1) X86 Yes Yes
  X64 (*2) Yes Yes

VARCHART XGantt .NET Edition at Runtime

Platform of your Visual Studio
Application Project (*3)
Windows VARCHART XGantt 5.0
„x86“ (sometimes also
called „Win32“ )
x86 Yes
  x64 (*4) Yes(*4)
„x64“ X86 No
  X64 Yes

(*1) When compiling against .NET framework 3.5 or 4.0, you will have to use the full profile, not the “Client Profile”, since the latter lacks the System.Design.dll, which is required by the property pages at design-time.

(*2) This requires modifications in the Visual Studio project, as described in the chapter “Platforms x86 and x64” of the user’s guide.

(*3) Visual Studio 2010 uses a different technique to compile resources for .NET framework 2.0/3.0/3.5. See blogs.msdn.com/b/visualstudio/archive/2010/06/19/resgen-exe-error-an-attempt-was-made-to-load-a-program-with-an-incorrect-format.aspx

(*4) For running faultlessly on x64 platforms it is necessary to explicitly use x86 and x64 platform types. The default platform type of .NET projects named “AnyCPU” cannot be used because of the mixed-mode nature of the VARCHART component. This is also described in the chapter “Platforms x86 and x64” of the user’s guide.