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C++ Q&A: Understanding Categories with CatView, Getting Toolbars in 256 Colors

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Category attribute of user control property does not work correctly in categories tab.



I have a User Control (ascx) and a property which a want to display in my categories tab in Visual Studio in the category named "Styles".

[Category("Styles"), DefaultValue(""), Description("The value for formating something.")]
public String MyFormatProperty
set { /* the code for set */; }
get { /* the code for get */; }

And here is the problem: Actually I do not need a get, because I only have to set the property (write only property). But when I omit the get, the property is displayed in the "Misc" category in the categories tab in Visual Studio. Only when I code the get as well, then the property is displayed correctly in the "Styles" category in the categories tab in Visual Studio.

Does anybody know why? How can I display the category correctly only with set?

Thanks, S.

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Apparently missing something in my understanding of session handler...


 It was doing exactly what I expected until I added more than 1 property to it.   It seems if I set the value of a property this, in turn, sets every property in the handler to the same value.  It's blatantly obvious I didn't have the understanding I thought I did on this.  :-)

Could someone point out what I'm missing?  I figured it had something to do with the "shared" but if it's not shared then I would have to declare an instance on my page which would kinda ruin the state of my variables (otherwise, I'd just put them all in my class), right??

Private Shared _strStudentName As String
Private Shared _strSchoolID As String

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                Return HttpContext.Current.Session(SessionHandler._strStudentName).ToString()
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The data in my database is seperated into 2 columns. The first one is the names of the soft drink, and the second columns identify them as "sold out" or "available.

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        I am stuck here with the color for the graph values i want to give custom colors for each values present in the graph, is it possible in SSRS2000.

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