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Orahn18-Jan-04 18:58
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GeneralExecuteNonQuery() problem in C# Pin
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Guillermo Rivero18-Jan-04 6:58
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GeneralCustomCollection + Auto code generation in designer Pin
James Simpson18-Jan-04 3:05
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GeneralRe: CustomCollection + Auto code generation in designer Pin
Heath Stewart18-Jan-04 11:45
protectorHeath Stewart18-Jan-04 11:45 
As far as removing all the child components recursively when their parent is removed, get the IComponentChangeService service in your designer and handle the ComponentRemoving or ComponentRemoved event. You can recurse through your children and remove them. The designer should reflect this automatically.

As far as adding the components, use a good disassembler (like ildasm.exe that comes with the .NET Framework SDK) or a good decompiler like .NET Reflector[^] and perhaps take a look at how the existing Microsoft.VisualStudio.WindowsForms.MenuDesigner, Microsoft.VisualStudio designer does it.

 

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GeneralRe: CustomCollection + Auto code generation in designer Pin
James Simpson18-Jan-04 11:50
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Generalado.net Pin
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Generalcreating a dll with win32 functions, and calling it from C# Pin
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Heath Stewart20-Jan-04 8:24
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GeneralWeb Service Question Pin
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