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Tabitem re-order depending on login

Posted on 2009-06-30
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Is there a way to re-order the tabitems in my application based upon login, This is an XBAP application..

On the design page we can right click on the tabitem and select order and one of the bring forward or send back etc.. but I would like to re-order tabitems programatically... Is this possible? This is pretty critical for my application so any help is greatly appreciated..
Thanks!
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I don't know about XBAP as I have never used it, but I do know that in Visual C# you can do tabControl.TabPages.RemoveAt and InsertAt, meaning you could move it by deleting and then reinserting
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The following code worked...
tabControl.Items.Remove(item);
tabControl.Items.Insert(p, item)
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