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Network Diagram - Dynamiclly Built

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 27, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
 

I'm looking for some feedback and ideas on a new system I've just been assigned...

I need to create a web app (C#) that will build a network diagram, have all of the components in a DB (servers, switches, UPS, etc) and have the app dynamiclly build it with relationships graphically.  And be able to click on a particular item, view its details and change its info.  Obviously a standard data driven gridview would not work for this...

Has anyone ever built anything like this or know of an addon, 3rd party component or anything that would work?




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