I created an ActiveX Control with the InteropUserControl of the Interop Forms Toolkit 2.1 in Visual Studio 2008 and the problem is I can't get my custom properties to persist in Access 2007 but it is working in an Excel 2007 UserForm so my actual code is good.
There must be something special to implement for Access but can't find anything on the subject... Any hint on what to look for would be appreciated.
Thanks!quarta-feira, 14 de setembro de 2011 18:51
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What kind of custom properties could not be persisted? Do you get any errors or exceptions? Could you please describe more specific?
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segunda-feira, 19 de setembro de 2011 03:22
I tested with a String and an Integer both are not persisted in Access but they are in Excel. I have no error and no exception. I even tried the property ForegroundColor an Integer that is part of the Toolkit as an example and it is also not persisted in Access.
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Alain V.segunda-feira, 19 de setembro de 2011 05:04
I tried in Access 2010 and I had the same problem...
To resume I created a new Interop UserControl Project in VB 2010 and made absolutly no modification to it since it already have some example properties like Foregroundcolor, BackgroundColor...
When I drop a new InteropUserControl on an Access Form I can change the BackgroundColor property and the change will be persisted after closing the form but after that if I go back in the Form to change the BackgroundColor property the change will not persist anymore...
If I do the same in Excel the changes are always persisted...quinta-feira, 29 de setembro de 2011 15:00