This article from InSource describes one workaround for dealing with a client control that wont import.
- Author: Mario Meza
- Published: 09/16/2022
- Applies to: Application Server 2014 R2 SP1 and Above
In this tech note the WIndows.Forms.dll is being imported.
When importing client controls into the IDE you may be met with the following error.
This fails initially because a TreeView control already exists in the Galaxy.
To resolve this, go to Graphic Toolbox and locate the TreeView control in the Situational Awareness Library > Support tool set.
Export it as an .aaPKG file to have as a backup.
Now delete the TreeView control from the Support tool set
Select Yes in the Delete pop up
Once deleted, try to reimport the Client Control .dll.
Select Galaxy > Import > Client Control...
Navigate to the System.Windows.Forms.dll select open
Keep the default import options
The Import should now complete successfully.
The Client Controls should now be visible in the Graphic Toolbox