Lee Crowe
Mar 15, 2011
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ElencySolutions.MultipleProperty v1.1 Released

Last week I released v1.0 of my MultipleProperty control.  For more information please see my previous blog post.  I have had some feedback from some developers in the community and have added the following new features.

New Features in v1.1

  • I have added a new virtual method to the MultiplePropertyBase class named CreateDefaultViewControls.  This method can be overriden to allow custom mark-up to be rendered when the property is bound to an EPiServer Property control.  By default a string representation of the entity will be rendererd.
  • Editors can now sort items within list view using drag and drop.
  • A new interface has been added named IMultiplePropertySettingsCreator.  A property has also been added to the MultplePropertyEntityPropertyAttribute named PropertySettingsCreator.  A developer can now set the value of the PropertySettingsCreator property to be a type that implements IMultiplePropertySettingsCreator.  This offers a cleaner way of applying property settings to a property than v1.0.
  • The border colours have changed from blue to grey to be inline with the CMS 6 interface.

Working with the ElencySolutions.MultipleProperty property controls

To use ElencySolutions.MultipleProperty you will need to reference the ElencySolutions.MultipleProperty assembly from your web application project.  You will also need to add a reference to System.Runtime.Serialization.

The assembly is dependent on EPiServer CMS 6.

The assembly and sample code can be downloaded from codeplex.

For full usage instructions please check out this document.


Please feel free to email or twitter me with any feedback @croweman or comment on the blog post Smile

Mar 15, 2011


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