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How to: Set Images and Captions for Enumeration Values

This topic describes how to associate custom SVG or raster images and display captions with enumeration values. Refer to the Add and Override Images help topic for information on how to add and override UI images.

Expanded Enumeration as a Property Type

you can use the ImageNameAttribute to set the image that represents an enumeration value in a UI. Apply this attribute to the required enumeration values and specify the images to be used:

Note

Use either SVG or raster images for all items in one collection. When using SVG and raster images simultaneously, an enumeration property editor can fail to show certain images. In this case, make sure image files for all entries have the same format and check the application's Log File for an additional diagnostic message the enumeration property editor recorded.

Use the XafDisplayNameAttribute to set the display caption that represents an enumeration value in a UI. Apply this attribute to the required enumeration values and specify the caption to be used:

Expanded Enumeration as Options Source for a SingleChoiceAction

Note

You can see the code demonstrated here in XAF's Main Demo.

Enumeration values can represent a Single Choice Action's items. The following code demonstrates how to populate the ChoiceActionBase.Items collection with enumeration values, and set images for these items:

The following image shows the SetPriorityAction in the Windows Forms application:

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