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Studio for Silverlight supports the Microsoft Silverlight Analytics Framework (MSAF).
ComponentOne Silverlight 4 controls have exposed event handlers to work with the Silverlight Analytics Framework EventTrigger and TrackAction objects. Using these event
handlers, users of ComponentOne Silverlight controls can pass additional, useful information to the analytics providers for the events they wish to track, such as the C1DataGrid’s SelectionChanged event. No changes in code or markup are required for existing
ComponentOne controls when adding Analytics support to Silverlight applications.
For example, here is the code you need to use MSAF with the C1DataGrid control:
<Grid x:Name="LayoutRoot" Background="White">
<c1dg:C1DataGrid Margin="10" x:Name="dataGrid">
You must also add a project reference to the ComponentOne Analytics assembly which corresponds to the control(s) you’re using. For example, if using C1DataGrid you would also add a reference to C1.Silverlight.DataGrid.Analytics.
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