Right-click on RadGridView crashes Expression Blend 3

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  1. Jens
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    Posted 17 Dec 2009 Link to this post

    Hi,

    I'm experiencing a problem when using the RadGridView Silverlight component in Expression Blend 3. As soon as I right-click the control in my page (or access the "Object" menu from the menu bar). This happens even in a newly created project with nothing but the main page in it with the grid. Other controls (have tried the menu and ribbon controls) work fine.

    When starting the debugger, it leads me to a System.UriException: "Ungültiger URI: Das URI-Format konnte nicht bestimmt werden." (sorry, German version here, probably translates to "Invalid URI: The format of the URI can not be determined.")

    Can you help?

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    Kalin Milanov
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    Posted 17 Dec 2009 Link to this post

    Hi Jens,

    Service Pack 1 of Telerik's Q3 release of RadControls for Silverlight causes Blend 3 to crash due to an error in the template of RadGridView. This issue is caused by RadGridView only and if you are not using it in your applications you are safe to use those binaries.

    If you are using RadGridView, however, you will need to download our latest internal build with the fix for this issue from the link below.
    http://www.telerik.com/account/downloads/internal-builds.aspx?type=2&mvid=2138&pid=571

    We apologize for any inconvenience caused.

    Best wishes,

    Kalin Milanov
    the Telerik team

     


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  4. Jens
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    Posted 18 Dec 2009 Link to this post

    Hi Kalin,

    thanks, that fixes it!

  5. Anan
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    Posted 18 Dec 2009 Link to this post

    Hello
    I took the latest internal build. Blend doesn't crash now. However, i am not able to edit the template for grid header. I am not able to see the inner controls of grid header when i try to edit the template. Could you please help me on this?

    Thanks
  6. Kalin Milanov
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    Posted 21 Dec 2009 Link to this post

    Hi Anil Kumar,

    Could you please open a separate forum post or a support ticket for your issue so as not to get this one flooded. Thank you.

    All the best,
    Kalin Milanov
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  7. Alex Shvedov
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    Posted 30 Dec 2009 Link to this post

    The daily build did not fix the problem for me.  Steps to reproduce the Blend v.3 crash:

    1) install (a) MS Expression Blend v.3, (b) Telerik Rad Controls for Silverlight Q3 2009, (c) RIA WCF services beta (non-beta versions are not available; this is necessary for telerik demos to run; vista may also require Windows6.0-KB971030-x86.msu) and (d) daily build RadControls_for_Silverlight_2009_3_1219_Trial.zip per an advice on this thread.

    Installs (a), (b) and (c) are done with default settings, the daily build (d) was installed by replacing the contents of the
    C:\Program Files\Telerik\RadControls for Silverlight Q3 2009 SP1\Binaries\Silverlight
    folder.

    2) follow the steps of the "Getting Started" walk-through for Blend v.2 per
    ms-help://MS.VSCC.v90/MS.VSIPCC.v90/telerik.windows.controls.silverlight/telerik.windows.controls.gridview/gridview-styling-getting-started.html ("a detailed guide on styling RadGridView by using Expression Blend".), slightly modified for Blend v.3: create a new Silverlight 2 + Web Site app, add references to System.Windows.Control.Data.dll, Telerik.Windows.Controls.dll, Telerik.Windows.Controls.GridView.dll, Telerik.Windows.Controls.Input.dll and Telerik.Windows.Data.dll, find ReadGridView in controls and move it into a Grid on MainPage.xaml.

    3) Start an empty Visual Studio and attach it to the Blend.exe process.  If interested, run procmon and adjust its filters appropriately.

    4) Now select the RadGridView control and either (a) right-click on this control in design view or (b) click "Object" in the main menu or (c) an attempt to do what is described in the walk-through: "At the top of the design surface a [RadGridView] button appears.  ... Click on the [RadGridView] button ..." crashes Blend.exe, see stack below.

    The uriString that cannot be found (which seems to be causing the crash) is "GridViewRow.xaml" (see the 3rd line in the stack dump below); procmon shows that _all_ XAML files, including GridViewRow.xaml, are attempted to be loaded from below the
    C:\Windows\system32\Telerik.Windows.Controls.GridView
    folder (?), which of course does not exist, for example,
    C:\Windows\system32\Telerik.Windows.Controls.GridView\themes\office\black\gridviewdatacontrol.xaml
     
    The exception is UriFormatException, its message is "Invalid URI: The format of the URI could not be determined.".

    Here is the stack dump:

    System.dll!System.Uri.CreateThis(string uri, bool dontEscape, System.UriKind uriKind) + 0x116 bytes
    System.dll!System.Uri.Uri(string uriString, System.UriKind uriKind) + 0x17 bytes
    Microsoft.Expression.Project.dll!Microsoft.Expression.Project.KnownProjectBase.MakeDesignTimeUri(System.Uri uri = {GridViewRow.xaml}, string projectPath, string documentPath, string projectAssemblyName, System.Collections.Generic.IEnumerable<Microsoft.Expression.Project.IProject> referencedProjects) + 0x107 bytes    
         Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.dll!Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.Tools.Assets.SystemThemeProvider.GetResourceInternal.AnonymousMethod(System.Uri relativeUri, string sourcePath) + 0x7c bytes    
         Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.dll!Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.Tools.Assets.SystemThemeProvider.FindStyleForDefaultStyleKey(Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.UserInterface.ResourcePane.ResourceDictionaryContentProvider themeContent, string originalThemePath = "themes/office/black/gridviewdatacontrol.xaml", System.Func<Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.UserInterface.ResourcePane.ResourceDictionaryContentProvider,System.Func<Microsoft.Expression.DesignModel.DocumentModel.DocumentNode,object>> provideInstanceForThemeContent = {Method = {System.Func`2[Microsoft.Expression.DesignModel.DocumentModel.DocumentNode,System.Object] <GetResourceInternal>b__0(Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.UserInterface.ResourcePane.ResourceDictionaryContentProvider)}}, System.Func<System.Uri,string,string> provideResolvedUriForMergedDictionary = {Method = {System.String <GetResourceInternal>b__1(System.Uri, System.String)}}, System.Func<string,Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.UserInterface.ResourcePane.ResourceDictionaryContentProvider> provideContentForMergedDictionary = {Method = {Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.UserInterface.ResourcePane.ResourceDictionaryContentProvider <GetResourceInternal>b__2(System.String)}}, object resourceKey = {Name = "GridViewExpandableRow" FullName = "Telerik.Windows.Controls.GridView.GridViewExpandableRow"}, out System.Collections.Generic.IList<Microsoft.Expression.DesignModel.DocumentModel.DocumentCompositeNode> auxillaryResources = null) + 0x2dd bytes    
         Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.dll!Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.Tools.Assets.SystemThemeProvider.FindStyleForDefaultStyleKey(Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.UserInterface.ResourcePane.ResourceDictionaryContentProvider themeContent, string originalThemePath = "themes/generic.xaml", System.Func<Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.UserInterface.ResourcePane.ResourceDictionaryContentProvider,System.Func<Microsoft.Expression.DesignModel.DocumentModel.DocumentNode,object>> provideInstanceForThemeContent = {Method = {System.Func`2[Microsoft.Expression.DesignModel.DocumentModel.DocumentNode,System.Object] <GetResourceInternal>b__0(Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.UserInterface.ResourcePane.ResourceDictionaryContentProvider)}}, System.Func<System.Uri,string,string> provideResolvedUriForMergedDictionary = {Method = {System.String <GetResourceInternal>b__1(System.Uri, System.String)}}, System.Func<string,Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.UserInterface.ResourcePane.ResourceDictionaryContentProvider> provideContentForMergedDictionary = {Method = {Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.UserInterface.ResourcePane.ResourceDictionaryContentProvider <GetResourceInternal>b__2(System.String)}}, object resourceKey = {Name = "GridViewExpandableRow" FullName = "Telerik.Windows.Controls.GridView.GridViewExpandableRow"}, out System.Collections.Generic.IList<Microsoft.Expression.DesignModel.DocumentModel.DocumentCompositeNode> auxillaryResources = null) + 0x30c bytes    
         Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.dll!Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.Tools.Assets.SystemThemeProvider.GetResourceInternal(System.Collections.Generic.Dictionary<Microsoft.Expression.Framework.Documents.DocumentReference,Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.Tools.Assets.SystemThemeProvider.SystemThemeContentProvider> themeCache, Microsoft.Expression.DesignModel.Core.ThemeManager manager, Microsoft.Expression.DesignModel.Core.IProjectContext projectContext, Microsoft.Expression.Framework.Documents.DocumentReference theme, Microsoft.Expression.DesignModel.Metadata.IAssembly themeAssembly, string themeAssemblyPath, object resourceKey, out System.Collections.Generic.IList<Microsoft.Expression.DesignModel.DocumentModel.DocumentCompositeNode> auxillaryResources) + 0x161 bytes    
         Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.dll!Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.Tools.Assets.SystemThemeProvider.GetResourceFromAssemblyTheme(Microsoft.Expression.DesignModel.Core.IProjectContext projectContext, Microsoft.Expression.DesignModel.Metadata.IAssembly theme, string themeAssemblyPath, object resourceKey, out System.Collections.Generic.IList<Microsoft.Expression.DesignModel.DocumentModel.DocumentCompositeNode> auxillaryResources) + 0xec bytes    
         Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.dll!Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.Tools.Assets.SystemThemeProvider.GetResourceFromAssemblyCurrentThemeWithFallback(Microsoft.Expression.DesignModel.Core.IProjectContext projectContext, Microsoft.Expression.DesignModel.Metadata.IAssembly theme, string themeBasePath, object resourceKey, out System.Collections.Generic.IList<Microsoft.Expression.DesignModel.DocumentModel.DocumentCompositeNode> auxillaryResources) + 0x57 bytes    
         Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.dll!Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.SceneCommands.ReplaceStyleTemplateCommand.ResolveDefaultStyle(object defaultStyleKey, bool allowDefaultStyle, out Microsoft.Expression.DesignModel.DocumentModel.DocumentNode currentStyle = null, out bool isThemeStyle = false, out System.Collections.Generic.IList<Microsoft.Expression.DesignModel.DocumentModel.DocumentCompositeNode> auxillaryResources) + 0x3f8 bytes    
         Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.dll!Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.SceneCommands.ReplaceStyleTemplateCommand.ProvideCurrentStyle(Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.ViewModel.SceneElement targetElement, Microsoft.Expression.DesignModel.Metadata.IType targetType, Microsoft.Expression.DesignModel.Metadata.PropertyReference targetPropertyReference, bool allowDefaultStyle = true, out System.Collections.Generic.IList<Microsoft.Expression.DesignModel.DocumentModel.DocumentCompositeNode> auxillaryResources = null) + 0x376 bytes    
         Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.dll!Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.SceneCommands.EditCopyOfStyleCommand.IsEnabled.get() + 0x9a bytes    
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         PresentationFramework.dll!MS.Internal.Commands.CommandHelpers.CanExecuteCommandSource(System.Windows.Input.ICommandSource commandSource) + 0x74 bytes    
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         WindowsBase.dll!System.Windows.DependencyObject.NotifyPropertyChange(System.Windows.DependencyPropertyChangedEventArgs args) + 0x2c bytes    
         WindowsBase.dll!System.Windows.DependencyObject.UpdateEffectiveValue(System.Windows.EntryIndex entryIndex = {System.Windows.EntryIndex}, System.Windows.DependencyProperty dp = {Command}, System.Windows.PropertyMetadata metadata, System.Windows.EffectiveValueEntry oldEntry, ref System.Windows.EffectiveValueEntry newEntry = {System.Windows.EffectiveValueEntry}, bool coerceWithDeferredReference, System.Windows.OperationType operationType) + 0x515 bytes    
         WindowsBase.dll!System.Windows.DependencyObject.SetValueCommon(System.Windows.DependencyProperty dp, object value, System.Windows.PropertyMetadata metadata, bool coerceWithDeferredReference, System.Windows.OperationType operationType, bool isInternal) + 0x1eb bytes    
         WindowsBase.dll!System.Windows.DependencyObject.SetValue(System.Windows.DependencyProperty dp, object value) + 0x2e bytes    
         PresentationFramework.dll!System.Windows.Controls.MenuItem.Command.set(System.Windows.Input.ICommand value) + 0x24 bytes    
         Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.dll!Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.SceneCommands.SingleTargetDynamicMenuCommandBase.CreateMenuItem(string name, string id, System.Windows.Input.ICommand command = {Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.SceneCommands.EditCopyOfStyleWithTemplateCommand}) + 0x51 bytes    
         Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.dll!Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.SceneCommands.EditTemplatesListCommand.GeneratePropertyItems(Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.ViewModel.SceneElement targetElement, Microsoft.Expression.DesignModel.Metadata.ReferenceStep targetProperty = {GridViewDataControl.AlternateExpandableRowStyle}) + 0x1f0 bytes    
         Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.dll!Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.SceneCommands.ControlStylingPropertyListCommandBase.IsEnabled.get() + 0xaf bytes    
         Microsoft.Expression.Framework.dll!Microsoft.Expression.Framework.Commands.Command.GetProperty(string propertyName) + 0x30 bytes    
         Microsoft.Expression.Framework.dll!Microsoft.Expression.Framework.Commands.DynamicMenuCommand.GetProperty(string propertyName) + 0x4e bytes    
         Microsoft.Expression.Framework.dll!Microsoft.Expression.Framework.Commands.CommandTarget.GetCommandProperty(string commandName, string propertyName) + 0x1a bytes    
         Microsoft.Expression.Framework.dll!Microsoft.Expression.Framework.Commands.CommandService.GetCommandProperty(string commandName = "Edit_EditTemplates", string propertyName = "IsEnabled") + 0x29 bytes    
         Microsoft.Expression.Framework.dll!Microsoft.Expression.Framework.UserInterface.CommandBarButtonBase.UpdateEnabled() + 0x24 bytes    
         Microsoft.Expression.Framework.dll!Microsoft.Expression.Framework.UserInterface.CommandBarDynamicMenu.CommandBarDynamicMenu(Microsoft.Expression.Framework.Commands.ICommandService commandService, string command) + 0xb0 bytes    
         Microsoft.Expression.Framework.dll!Microsoft.Expression.Framework.UserInterface.CommandBarItemCollection.CreateDynamicMenu(string commandName = "Edit_EditTemplates") + 0x21 bytes    
         Microsoft.Expression.Framework.dll!Microsoft.Expression.Framework.UserInterface.CommandBarItemCollection.AddDynamicMenu(string commandName) + 0xe bytes    
         Microsoft.Expression.Framework.dll!Microsoft.Expression.Framework.UserInterface.CommandBarItemCollection.AddDynamicMenu(string commandName, string text = "E_dit Additional Templates") + 0x9 bytes    
         Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.dll!Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.UserInterface.ContextMenuHelper.CreateContextMenu(System.Collections.ObjectModel.ReadOnlyCollection<Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.ViewModel.SceneElement> selection = Count = 1, Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.ViewModel.SceneViewModel viewModel = {Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.ViewModel.SceneViewModel}, bool isOnArtboard) + 0x116b bytes    
         Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.dll!Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.UserInterface.ContextMenuHelper.InvokeContextMenu(System.Windows.UIElement scopeElement = {Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.UserInterface.SceneScrollViewer}, System.Collections.ObjectModel.ReadOnlyCollection<Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.ViewModel.SceneElement> selection, Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.ViewModel.SceneViewModel sceneViewModel, System.Windows.Point contextMenuPosition) + 0x28 bytes    
         Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.dll!Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.UserInterface.ContextMenuHelper.InvokeContextMenu(System.Windows.UIElement scopeElement, System.Collections.ObjectModel.ReadOnlyCollection<Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.ViewModel.SceneElement> selection, Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.ViewModel.SceneViewModel sceneViewModel, System.Windows.Point contextMenuPosition, Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.UserInterface.ContextMenuHelper.ContextMenuType menuType) + 0x33 bytes    
         Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.dll!Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.Tools.Selection.ElementEditorBehavior.DisplayContextMenu(System.Windows.Point pointerPosition, Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.UserInterface.ContextMenuHelper.ContextMenuType menuType) + 0x200 bytes    
         Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.dll!Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.Tools.Selection.ElementEditorBehavior.OnRightButtonDown(System.Windows.Point pointerPosition) + 0x3b bytes    
         Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.dll!Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.Tools.EventRouter.ScopeElement_MouseDown(object sender, System.Windows.Input.MouseButtonEventArgs args = {System.Windows.Input.MouseButtonEventArgs}) + 0x156 bytes    
         PresentationCore.dll!System.Windows.Input.MouseButtonEventArgs.InvokeEventHandler(System.Delegate genericHandler, object genericTarget) + 0x31 bytes    
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         PresentationCore.dll!System.Windows.EventRoute.InvokeHandlersImpl(object source = {Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.UserInterface.SilverlightArtboard}, System.Windows.RoutedEventArgs args = {System.Windows.Input.MouseButtonEventArgs}, bool reRaised = false) + 0x1bf bytes    
         PresentationCore.dll!System.Windows.UIElement.RaiseEventImpl(System.Windows.DependencyObject sender = {Microsoft.Expression.DesignSurface.UserInterface.SilverlightArtboard}, System.Windows.RoutedEventArgs args = {System.Windows.Input.MouseButtonEventArgs}) + 0x79 bytes    
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         WindowsBase.dll!System.Windows.Threading.Dispatcher.WrappedInvoke(System.Delegate callback, object args, bool isSingleParameter, System.Delegate catchHandler) + 0x44 bytes    
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         Blend.exe!Microsoft.Expression.Application.Main(string[] args) + 0x257 bytes    


    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Regards,
    Alex Shvedov
    alex at majuda dot com

  8. Alex Shvedov
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    Posted 30 Dec 2009 Link to this post

    Answering my own question: after I installed .NET 4 beta 2, crashes disappeared.  Hey, you guys do wonderful controls, but why on earth can't you document their _prerequisites_, including design ones?

    First I had to _guess_ that I need .NET WCF RIA services in order for your demos to run "out-of-the-box", now I _guessed_ that RadGridView is v.4-based.

    It may well be ok to base the _design_-related things on some beta (beta 2 in this case), but for goodness sakes, _say_ it.

    How about an appropriate message _before_ telerik install runs?  Otherwise some potential clients might choose something _instead_ the install...

    Alex Shvedov
    alex at majuda dot com

  9. Hristo
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    Posted 04 Jan 2010 Link to this post

    Hello Alex Shvedov,

    Thank you for your kind words and suggestions. We'll definitely discuss internally the idea of adding such functionality to our installer.

    All the best,
    Hristo
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  10. Alex Shvedov
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    Posted 04 Jan 2010 Link to this post

    > We'll definitely discuss internally the idea of adding such functionality to our installer.
    Hristo, checking for dependencies is good, of course, now what about the crash per se?

    Is there a set of prerequisites that allows styling RadGridView from within Blend v.3?

    Thanks in advance.
  11. Hristo
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    Posted 05 Jan 2010 Link to this post

    Hello Alex Shvedov,

    The initial Blend 3 crash was fixed right after the SP1 with the first latest internal build. After that we are not aware of any certain prerequisites to style the grid in Blend 3. Unfortunately there are some shortcomings to make the styling as smooth as possible but we are working on resolving them. Furthermore we are always happy to help our clients with all issues.

    Sincerely yours,
    Hristo
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  12. Marc Roussel
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    Posted 11 Jan 2010 Link to this post

    Hello ?

    Ok now what ? I still have this issue and I don't know what to do !
    Can I get help please ?

    Thank you
  13. Hristo
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    Posted 12 Jan 2010 Link to this post

    Hi Marc,

    I believe you opened a support thread for the same issue and I would like to ask you to keep the discussion in a single thread in order to find the resolution faster.

    Kind regards,
    Hristo
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  14. Marc Roussel
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    Posted 12 Jan 2010 Link to this post

    Yeah sorry I'm just a bit confused and it starts to be urgent
    I wrote to the single thread.  I will not write in this one anymore.
    Thank you
  15. dave sanges
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    Posted 20 Jan 2010 Link to this post

    I have the same problem with the trial , i installed the patch but it doesn't  work !  I can't install sl4 !

    (Edited)
    Never mind i resolved !
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