C# embedding join window in a UserControl


I am currently trying to implement zoom into a c# wpf application. what I am trying to do is have a part of the application window show the meeting while still being able to use the rest of the application.

In the example project the application opens a new window when ZOOM_SDK_DOTNET_WRAP.CZoomSDKeDotNetWrap.Instance.GetMeetingServiceWrap().Join(param); is called

I want a predefined UserControl to contain the meeting window instead of popping up a new one.

Have anyone done anything similar and/or can help me with an example?

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hi ,

sorry, now we don’t support this requirement. sorry for that again.



I am having the exact same issue. Is it any update on this?


Hi @ekalyvio,

Thanks for the reply. Could you elaborate on the issue you are facing?

Hi @carson.zoom.

Sorry for the delayed response. I finally found the problem in my case. If in the WPF window you set the property AllowsTransparency="True" then the Zoom window does not display at all.
After removing that property, everything worked fine.

It also seems that the window can also be contained normally in a UserControl (or anything else) provided that you can somehow get the handle of the window that will be containing it.


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Hi @ekalyvio,

Glad to hear that the problem has resolved! I will go ahead and close this thread. Please feel free to create another post if any other questions. :slight_smile: