how do you get the URL editor to show up for a custom web control (dll) in VB.Net?

Hi all,
I'm trying to build a lot of custom web controls that use URLs as parameters, however, I have no idea how to get the URL editor to show up in the properties box for a URL string in VB.NET.

In C#, you can put metadata in before the function:
ie
[Browsable(true),Category("Behavior"),Editor(typeof(System.Web.UI.Design.UrlEditor), typeof(UITypeEditor))]

I need to find the equivalent for the "Editor..." portion of the string above in VB.Net because there is no such thing as "System.Web.UI.Design.UrlEditor" in VB.


simplyamazingAsked:
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mb333Commented:
This works fine for me:

<Bindable(True), Category("Behavior"), Editor(GetType(UrlEditor), GetType(UITypeEditor)), Description("The Url to redirect")> _

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simplyamazingAuthor Commented:
I tried that, but UrlEditor and UITypeEditor are "undefined"
Is there another reference I need to make?

I'm using:
Imports System.ComponentModel
Imports System.Web.UI

mb333Commented:
You need to imports these 2 below:

UrlEditor:
Imports System.Web.UI.Design

UITypeEditor:
Imports System.Drawing.Design

Also make sure to add to your vs.net references:
System.Drawing

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simplyamazingAuthor Commented:
OK,  I have the following references for the project:

System
System.Data
System.Drawing
System.Management
System.Web
System.Windows.Forms
System.XML

and
Imports System.ComponentModel
Imports System.Web.UI
Imports System.Drawing.Design
Imports System.Web.UI.Design

but it cant find the Design namespace for the last line (System.Web.UI.Design)

I think I am missing another reference
mb333Commented:
Hum add the following references to your project:

System.Drawing.Design
System.Web
simplyamazingAuthor Commented:
It was System.Design that turned out to be missing.  

I tested every system reference in the list until the blue squiggly line disappeared from System.Web.UI.Design

Thanks!
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