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Custom inline collection property editor with ExpressionTextBox

Posted By:      Posted Date: April 10, 2011    Points: 0   Category :JQuery

I need to create an inline collection editor inside property grid. My custom code acvitity and argument type is as bellow.

public class WorkItemOwner
  public InArgument<string> OwnerName { get; set; }
  public WorkItemOwner()
    this.OwnerName = new InArgument<string>();

public class WorkToDo : CodeActivity
  [Editor(typeof(WorkToDoOwnerEditor), typeof(PropertyValueEditor))]
  public Collection<WorkItemOwner> WorkItemOwners { get; set; }

  public WorkToDo()
    this.WorkItemOwners = new Collection<WorkItemOwner>();

  protected override 

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