Category Archives: Composite Application Block

Combined context menus in a CAB application

As with my previous post on context menus in CAB applications, this post may well only really apply to the following scenario. The application is a composite style application using the Microsoft Composite Application Block (CAB) libraries. There are several … Continue reading

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Context menus in a CAB application

Recently I’ve been implementing right-click context menus in our application. The problems I encountered and the solution I reached may not be applicable to all CAB applications so I’ll give you the context (apologies for the bad joke!) The application … Continue reading

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Upgrading CAB solution to Visual Studio 2008 and making all the tests pass

For one reason or another we’ve recently upgraded the Microsoft Composite Application Block solution to a Visual Studioo 2008 solution. The conversion appeared to succeed, but when we tried to run the unit tests we had lots of failures. I … Continue reading

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