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rotate bitmap in dw

3 posts in Objects Last posting was on 2007-03-17 22:49:29.0Z
marmozzo Posted on 2007-03-06 21:02:40.0Z
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I'm trying to rotate a image within datawindow, but I not find how do
it. What can I do?
Thank you for your answers

Marco M.


Brad Wery[TeamSybase] Posted on 2007-03-06 22:20:08.0Z
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There's no way to do it in the datawindow directly. I would image that
you could use a third party API to rotate the image and save it to a
temp file. You can then use this new temp file to reset the picture
control in the datawindow.

Brad

marmozzo wrote:
> I'm trying to rotate a image within datawindow, but I not find how do
> it. What can I do?
> Thank you for your answers
>
> Marco M.
>

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marmozzo Posted on 2007-03-17 22:49:29.0Z
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Brad Wery[TeamSybase] ha scritto:

> There's no way to do it in the datawindow directly. I would image that
> you could use a third party API to rotate the image and save it to a
> temp file. You can then use this new temp file to reset the picture
> control in the datawindow.
>
> Brad
>
> marmozzo wrote:
>> I'm trying to rotate a image within datawindow, but I not find how do
>> it. What can I do?
>> Thank you for your answers
>>
>> Marco M.
>>
>
>

Thank you. I will do it.
Marco M.