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Default Non visual control development in window forms applications


I have been developing an desktop application in VB.NET 3.5. I have come across a situation where i need to develop a user control that contains infragistics validator components and work as an custom validator. At the moment, user control is fully functional. Only to thing to work out at the moment is to make it non visible in the form design window and place control on the component try likewise where timer control/menu strip control appears, when it is dragged and dropped on to the windows form.

In web development, we have namespace System.Web.UI that leverage us with the [NonVisualControl] Attribute Class, Do we have something same for desktop application development as well.
Help would be really appreciated.

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