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                                  • In my app a have a form with session. That form open a child form window. What is best practice to pass session or nested session to child form?
                                • Pavel (DevExpress Support) 01.11.2017

                                  Hi Denys,

                                  From what I gather, you need to pass a reference to the Session object to another form. If so, you can simply assign it to the child form's Tag property while creating the child form. Please let me know if this approach works for you. If not, describe your scenario in greater detail. This will help me find a solution for you. I look forward to your response.

                                • Denys Zaliznyak 03.15.2017
                                  What if I want to use such session in Windows Form Designer? 
                                • Pavel (DevExpress Support) 03.15.2017

                                  Hi Denys,

                                  In fact, Visual Studio doesn't support sharing any controls or components between forms at design time. So, you should pass them at runtime. If you have further questions, please let me know.

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