Creating a Custom ExpressionBuilder in ASP.NET 2.0
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by Bilal Haidar
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We have explained what the ExpressionBuilder is, detailed the different ExpressionBuilders that are built-in in the .NET Framework, and developed a custom ExpressionBuilder, the XmlSettingExpressionBuilder whose implementation was fully covered with detailed explanation.

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Title: Enquiry   
Name: Bharat Bhushan
Date: 2010-11-03 1:31:44 AM
I got the use of expression prefix but i want to know
about type attributes of add tag of expressionbuilders
Title: Expression Builder - Excellent!   
Name: Matt, UK
Date: 2009-10-19 5:48:20 PM

Fantastic article. Downloaded the sample and it works like a dream. Many thanks for this!
Title: Expression Builder   
Name: Unknown
Date: 2008-12-12 7:24:13 AM
Really very good example with all the description in short language

Thanks a lot and It's easy to understand...
Title: Custom Expression   
Name: S.Y.
Date: 2007-09-27 4:34:17 PM
The custom expression works great but is there a way to set this from the properties expression editor? It only accepts RESOURCES, APPSETTINGS and CONNECTIONSTRINGS. Is it possible to have the XmlSettings part of the expression type? Wanted to view the actual literal at the design time.

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