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Preventing wincode on custom control?

I have a custom control that defines

this.AlternatingBackColor = System.Drawing.Color.Lavender;

in its constructor. When I add this control from my VS.NET 2003
toolbar and drop it onto a form, the same line of code is generated in
the form's InitializeComponent():

this.customGrid.AlternatingBackColor = System.Drawing.Color.Lavender;

which generates a run time error:

An unhandled exception of type 'System.ArgumentException' occurred in

Additional information: The data grid table styles collection already
contains a table style with the same mapping name.
How do I prevent the wincode from being generated for the custom


Jan 27 '06 #1
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Actually, this was coming from the datagridstyle. Not sure how it got
there but I define one in the control. Removing these lines fixed it:

this.dataGridTableStyle2.DataGrid = this.dgRelative;
this.dataGridTableStyle2.HeaderForeColor =
this.dataGridTableStyle2.MappingName = "default";


Jan 27 '06 #2
Actually, the IDE, compiler, or some stubborn piece of code somewhere
keeps adding these back as style3, style4, style5, etc. I need some
way to just slap its hand and say stop doing that. Any ideas?


Jan 27 '06 #3

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