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ابو asked on 12 Jan 2017, 08:35 AM


I wanna to use  RadTileView with pdfviewer  in each content that display employee salary slips

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Lance | Senior Manager Technical Support
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answered on 12 Jan 2017, 08:02 PM
Hi Mohammad,

Before I get to your answer, I'm requesting you to help us clarify your licensing situation. It appears that you've been submitting forum posts since May 2016, which means you should have a license, be a trial or a paid version, within the past 90 days (trial) or year (dev), but I see that you've never had a license.

If you are a developer working under a company that has purchased UI for WPF or if you are using the product under someone else's license, this is against the Telerik Terms of Service. This is a common scenarion and is an easy situation to resolve, they need to add you as a licensed user here.

It only takes a few moments and can be done at any time and you'll be able to get support via the Support Ticket System.

Okay, onto your question...

RadPdfViewer in a RadTileView

The RadTileView can use any content, including a RadPdfViewer. Here's how to set a RadPdfViewer as content of a RadTileViewItem:

           <telerik:RadTileViewItem Header="PDF Viewer"
               <telerik:RadPdfViewer x:Name="pdfViewer" />
           <telerik:RadTileViewItem Header="Item2">
               <TextBlock Text="Item2 Content" />
           <telerik:RadTileViewItem Header="Item3">
               <TextBlock Text="Item3 Content" />

You can even build it up to have a more complex UI, like this:

As you can see there's no special configuration needed, just add the content. If you have any further trouble, please fix the licensing situation and then you can open a Support Ticket directly to the RadtileView/RadPdfViewer support team.

More resources:
RadTileView Documentation
RadPdfViewer Documentation

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