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Old May 22nd, 2007, 03:03 AM
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Default Help with cloning or copying a list

All,

I have a list created within from a container class. The list just contains the field values from the form.

The list is created as below:
List<ProjectEnterpriseCustomFieldContainer> list = EnterpriseCustomFieldsStorege.GetInstance().Projec tEnterpriseCustomFields[
                new Guid(application.ActiveProject.GetServerProjectGui d())];

What I want to do is to copy/ clone the list - but it is not as simple as list.clone() !
Every time the form is edited the container is updated, hence the list is also, so I want a way to keep the values when the form is initially loaded.

I hope this makes sense? Does anybody have any ideas how I can do this?

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I don't think I am quite understanding your question.





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