Figure 82 Choose Toolbox Items Dialog in .NET framework

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Figure 82 Choose Toolbox Items Dialog
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4 Once the controls are in the Toolbox (see Figure 83), you can drag and drop them onto forms and user controls like any other built-in Framework control in the Toolbox
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Figure 83 Customized Toolbox Tab and Controls
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A new capability in Visual Studio 2005 is to run and debug a Windows user control without having to develop a forms application and add it to a form Visual Studio now includes a test container (see Figure 84) for presenting user controls This lets you test many of their behaviors directly from the Windows Control Library project that they live in You display this by running a debug session from a project of type Windows Control Library
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Figure 84 User Control Test Container
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The test container renders the user control in a simple host container that exposes the control properties in the container's properties panel that you can use to tweak properties and verify that they work correctly Unfortunately, for data-bound controls, the control's key behaviors are all based around providing runtime data through a data source Although those properties are exposed in the test container (like they are in the designer for a hosting form), there is no data available in the test container's runtime context to bind the control to So for most data-bound control testing, you still need to create a test application form to host the control in and provide it with some data to bind to But if you just want to test the way certain parts of your control will render themselves, the test container can be a quick way to check that out
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As mentioned earlier, the problem with deriving a new control from an existing Framework control type is that if you access or override any protected members of the base class, you need to have a great deal of insight into what the side effects will be The public members exposed by a control are a lot easier to understand, are better documented, and provide greater protection from introducing unexpected side effects As a result, you'll usually have better success customizing the behavior of Framework data-bound controls from the outside through their public members rather than from the inside through their protected members However, if there are particular customizations you need to make that will be used in more than one location, repeating those customizations in all the forms that use the control is tedious, error-prone, and introduces an unnecessary maintenance burden To avoid this repetition, you can customize the built-in Framework controls through containment in user controls This lets you encapsulate all the customizations inside your user control, so that users of your control don't have to worry about the messy implementation details at all They just focus on the (often simplified) API of your control and add it to as many forms as they like Your user control can contain a collection of Framework controls, custom controls, and custom code to integrate those controls You expose public properties and methods on your user control to enable users of your control to code against it in a fashion similar to the Framework controls Another advantage of taking this approach is that you can use the new BindingSource component to greatly simplify exposing data-binding capabilities from your custom control By containing a BindingSource (or several) inside your user control, you can easily hook up external data sources passed in by the users of your custom control, yet still have the built-in mechanisms of the Framework controls and components do all the dirty work for you The following sections develop a custom data-bound user control to demonstrate these concepts and techniques
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