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Usually called when the save operation or when out of the work item form. This method can not be used if the user control object is set to the work item as soon as it changes. As a result of the new custom item, you must get a listing of which is shown below. Others who may share this opinion include David Treadwell. using System; using System.Collections.Generic; using dll-file that contains an extension, place in a certain place. All custom items for MS Visual Studio 2005 are in a special folder MicrosoftTeam FoundationWork Item TrackingCustom Controls, which the system determines the location in the following sequence: First, find the folder is on the way Environment.SpecialFolder.CommonApplicationData; Then on the way Environment.SpecialFolder.LocalApplicationData. If you are using MS Visual Studio 2008, user elements are placed in a subdirectory of "9.0" above the directory. Such approach is made for those cases when one workplace used MS Visual Studio 2005 and MS Visual Studio 2008. Note: If a job using MS Visual Studio 2005 and MS Visual Studio 2008, it is important to remember that the user extension should be recompiled for every environment in which it will be used.

This is due to different dll-dependencies for each environment. In addition, you must define for each custom extension special (. Wicc) file, which is description of the item. This file should be with the dll-file and have a custom item name as . Wicc. The description file extension is a xml-file and has the following structure: DependentComboBox.dll DependentComboBox.DependentComboBoxControl As can be seen from structure description file specifies the following: Name of the assembly (element) custom extension, full name of the class (element) in which this extension is implemented.

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