After you reference the required assemblies, you implement the custom type class. The custom type class is used to persist the information to the database. Such classes are also called model classes. Depending on the design, you can create more than one model class.
To be more consistent with Sitefinity's architecture, the CustomType class implements the IDataItem interface. Inside the CustomTypesclass you add the properties that are persisted to the database.
Use the following code sample:
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