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hi everybody,
I have an urgent problem here, can anybody help me? the problem is:

I have a custom combobox that will be attached to a custom toolbar.
My custom toolbar has a dataset that contains one or more tables.
Now i want to have a property for my custom combobox so that i can select one table from a list filled with my custom toolbar dataset tables, and in the next step selecting the field from the fields list of the selected table.
I have used CustomTypeEditor but the problem is in the custom editor class that i've written, i cant detect my toolbar in case to retrieve my dataset tables.
please help im a lot confused here,
Thanks.
hossrad.

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