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Help with custom nonvisual components

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Hello all;

I'm looking at creating a custom nonvisual component (like the SQLConnection
control, for example).

I would like to do one thing with this control which is a little more
complex. With the SQLConnection , after you drag it over to the form and
the icon appears in the bar below, you are able to right-click the icon and
select Properties. I would like to either add something to this right-click
menu which opens another form (for more complex configuration purposes), or
add something to the Properties list which would open this custom form, much
like the Connection String property of the SQLConnection.

Anyone done something like this before? Your input is greately appreciated!

Thanks in advance,

Derrick
Nov 15 '05 #1
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After a day working on it, I have it completed. Thanks anyway!

Derrick

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Hello all;

I'm looking at creating a custom nonvisual component (like the SQLConnection control, for example).

I would like to do one thing with this control which is a little more
complex. With the SQLConnection , after you drag it over to the form and
the icon appears in the bar below, you are able to right-click the icon and select Properties. I would like to either add something to this right-click menu which opens another form (for more complex configuration purposes), or add something to the Properties list which would open this custom form, much like the Connection String property of the SQLConnection.

Anyone done something like this before? Your input is greately appreciated!
Thanks in advance,

Derrick

Nov 15 '05 #2

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