Where can I find "CBO" and it's method's "InitializeObject" etc.


Anyone knows where in the code, i could find CBO and all it's methods?
3/11/2005 6:48:36 PM
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Or if your looking for the file, try DNNRoot\Components\Shared\CBO.vb
3/11/2005 9:50:07 PM

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