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SelectionSetName Element for EntrySelectedBy for CustomControl for View (Format)

Specifies a set of .NET Framework objects for the list entry. There is no limit to the number of selection sets that can be specified for an entry.


The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and the parent element of the SelectionSetName element.



Child Elements


Parent Elements


Element Description

EntrySelectedBy Element for CustomEntry for CustomControl for View (Format)

Defines the .NET Framework types that use this custom entry or the condition that must exist for this entry to be used.

Specify the name of the selection set.

Each custom control entry must have at least one type name, selection set, or selection condition defined.

Selection sets are typically used when you want to define a group of objects that are used in multiple views. For example, you might want to create a table view and a list view for the same set of objects. For more information about defining selection sets, see Defining Selection Sets.

For more information about the components of a custom control view, see Creating Custom Controls.

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