Add Method to go to implementation of a interface - by tschissler

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ID 333338 Comments
Status Closed Workarounds
Type Suggestion Repros 1
Opened 3/17/2008 11:26:07 AM
Access Restriction Public


I have a class inherited from a interface. The class implements method from the interface. If I then have something like

IMyInterface myInstance = new cMyClass();

and I say "Go To Definition" of MyMethod, VS shows me the Interface which is OK. But addistionally it would be niche if I could say "Go To Implementation" which shows me the Implementation of the method.
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Posted by Microsoft on 7/7/2008 at 10:08 PM

I'm happy to say that we're planning on adding a feature in the upcoming VS release that should address your suggestion. This feature will be a part of our Call Hierarchy feature, which allows you to view the call paths into and out of a method, and will also allow you to retrieve a list of the implementors for a particular interface method. I'd love to hear your feedback on this feature so please keep an eye out for preview releases of VS and feel free to contact me directly at

DJ Park
Visual C#, Program Manager
Posted by Microsoft on 3/26/2008 at 1:00 PM
Hi tsch -

Thanks for submitting this suggestion! We've heard similar feedback from many other customers and are looking into how we can address this issue. You might be interested in checking out the following article -

I'd love to get as much input in this area to make sure that we can deliver the best possible feature so please add your thoughts to the feedback section :). Hope this helps!

DJ Park
Visual C#, Program Manager