DrawBorder

The DrawBorder component enables to set borders for a specified image.

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Ports

The DrawBorder component exposes the Control In, Control Out, Data In and Data Out ports by default.

Port Description
ControlIn Must be connected to the Control Out port of one or more components.
ControlOut Can be connected to the Control In port of any other component.
Data In The DrawBorder component exposes the following Data In ports by default:
Image: specifies the image to set the Border (bitmap).
BorderSize: specifies the size of Border (int32).
Data Out Returns the specified Border set image (bitmap).

Properties

To edit the properties of the DrawBorder component, in the Properties window, change the required property. You can edit the following properties.

Property Description
Search Search for the respective property.
Delay After Execution Specifies the wait time (in seconds) after the action is executed.
Delay Before Execution Specifies the wait time (in seconds) before the action is executed.

Example

Let us consider an example.

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To Set the Border for an image:

  1. In the Toolbox, expand Utilities and then expand Image Utilities.
  2. To specify the image to set the border:

    • Drag the ReadFromFile component and drop it on the Design surface.
    • Double-click filePath box and enter the required path.

    Note

    To learn more about the Read From File component, refer the Read from File section.

  3. Drag the DrawBorder component and drop it on the Design surface.

  4. Double-click the BorderSize box and enter the required border size.

    Note

    You can override the existing data source for the BorderSize Data In ports.
    To override the existing data source:

    • Right-click the required Data In port.
    • Click Override and change the data source.
      To learn more about overriding the data source of the data port, refer the Override section.

  5. To save the Border image:

    • Drag the Save component and drop it on the Design surface.
    • Double-click the filePath box and enter the required path, including the file name and type.

    Note

    To learn more about the Save component, refer the Save section.

  6. Connect the control ports and data ports in the activity.

  7. In the toolbar, click Run.
    The image is set with the border and saved at the specified destination.