Infragistics BeforeToolClickEvent cancel

I have the following bit of code to cancel a toolbar click event if a piece of data is missing and I keep getting an error:
          That 'Infragistics.Win.UltraWinToolbars.ToolClickEventArgs' does not contain a definition 'Handled'

private void myform_BeforeToolClick(object sender, Infragistics.Win.UltraWinToolbars.ToolClickEventArgs args)
    switch (args.Tool.Key)
        case "SaveTool":
            if (dteRcvd.Text == string.Empty) 
                args.Handled = true; 

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anarki_jimbelSenior DeveloperCommented:
I'd recommend to ask the question at Infragistics forums:

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Niklas BahneProfessional Services Consultant Commented:
Hi guys, I think that an answer like that should not be accepted, especially when the answer isn't even linking to a specific question that has been answered on the Infragistics forums.
anarki_jimbelSenior DeveloperCommented:

If my suggestion to use Infragistics forum was helpful the asker had a right to mark it as a solution, in the absence of other suggestions and solutions. Are you going to dictate people what to do?! :)
The thing is that normally all infragistics questions here are not answered and people are not sure where to go to get an answer. I worked with Infragistics in the past and I know that their forums are quite helpful. So I can't see anything bad in pointing to a place where a right solution can be found.

I believe that criticizing others without providing any real help is a bad taste and very unprofessional behavior.
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