How To Maintain Ajax Control Toolkit Tab In The Visual Studio Toolbox
Jan 18, 2010
i open visual studio 2008 and create a new project, in this project i use the ajaxcontroltoolkit, now in the vs toolbox i add a new tab, and named it AjaxcontrolToolkit, then i click on it and select choose items, in the .net framework components i browseto the ajaxcontroltoolkit dll, then all the ajaxcontroltoolki controls appears in the tab, an work fine, but when i close the vs and start it again i lost that tab, there are any way to keep in this tab for the next restart of vs?
I have visual studio 2010 ultimate installed on my system. I have downloaded the Ajaxcontrol Toolkit extension 4 for the same and import the dll from tool box. But the tools showing the version 4.1.40412, when I wish to drag drop them to page I could not do that so. I have checked with the default Script manager version and found that it is of version 184.108.40.206
I am using Visual studio 2012, I want to install Ajax Toolkit in my Project. From where to get Ajax Toolkit for VS2012? And what are the steps to add refrence (ajax .dll) into the project. Also I want to know that what things need to take care when using Ajax Toolkit in Project, both at client and server side.
ive used the Ajax Control Toolkit in previous versions of VWD but for some reason im having trouble adding the Toolkit to the toolbox in this new version (2010) i have setup on my laptop, when i browse to and select the .dll file it gives me the error "Object reference not set to instance of an object" can anyone please help ive been trying to fix this issue for a little over an hour now.
I am using Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate. The problem that am Facing is when I drag a component such as the "AsyncFileUpload" control upon the designer what i get instead of a textbox, as I used to get in VS08 is this chunk of code. I dont see the control working nor the bin folder which was a part of the VS08 Solution Explorer when you use Ajax.
I really don't understand what to do with this code. This toolkit was by default present with the VS10 Ultimate Package. The code gets fully compiled but the screen is full of such codes. I am in a middle of completing an application and am stuck due to this .
I have project A, which is a class library project. I compile it and it creates a dll. In my project B which is a web application project, I add a reference to the A.dll, and I click on toolbox and select choose item, navigate to dll, and click on it. The control does not show up on my toolbox. When I right click my toolbox and select "show all", the control is there, but it's grayed out. I have been searching for an answer to this for a couple of days now, nothing changes.
I'm using Visual Studio 2008 SP1 for ASP.NET 3.5 development.But the SqlDataSource control is not visble in the Toolbox - Data section.When I drag in a GridView control, the smart task list asks me to configure the SqlDataSource control, so it is "in there somewhere"
I have developed a User Control in inline code model and convert this into dll and try to add it into Visual Studio ToolBox. It shows error "There is no component found in the object.". It is showing actually because i have not added ToolBoxData attribute just before the class declaration, because there is no class declaration in the inline code model. I don't know where i have to add ToolBoxData attribute.
I have VS2010 ultimate on my win7 64bit system installed. I can't get any of the ajax extensions or toolkit controls rendering on my designer in VS2010. When i try to drag a toolkit control onto the designer surface it just creates <p> xml nodes. This is a similar problem that this person had: [URL]
My group has been working on Visual Basic Web application for a very long time. Everytime a new Visual Studio Release comes out we upgraded this application to the current release of visual studio and ASP.NET. Right now we have this application working in visual studio 8 and ASP.NET 2.0.
Recently I downloaded the AJAX tool kit to my system.I was successful loading the AJAX tool kit controls to a newly created ASP.NET Web Application and performed some experiments developing Web pages using AJAX.Now I want perform experiments that test the AJAX script manager to this old application. When I clicked on the visual studio 8 project file to this application the AJAX Extenter Controls and the AJX Toolkit controls are not listed in the visual studio toolkit. In fact the Visual Studio Control Tool kit does not show the tabs where the AJAX Extender and AJAX toolkit controls were loaded. I tried to add a new AJAX Extender and AJAX Toolkit Tab Pages to the Visualo Studio web control toolkit but visua studio reports back that the AJAX Extender and AJAX Toolkit tab Pages are loaded. However these tab pages are not displayed in the Visual Studio Tool Kit
To add AJAX Extender and Toolkit tab pages I must click the Choose Items application and press the reset button on the Choose Items Dialog Box. After this action I can add the Ajax Extender and AJAX Toolkit Control Tab Pages to the Visual studio Control Toolkit. However I cannot add AJAX Extender controls found in the System.Web.Ajax.dll file into the toolkit. After I select the System.Web.Ajax.dll file and press the choose Item OK button none of the controls foun in the System.Web.Ajax.dll file. Same is true with the controls found in the AJAXControlToolkit.dll file too
I've been using AJAX for a while now, and have installed it on a few computers before to run with Visual Studio 2008. I am now setting up a new computer to develop websites using the AJAX control toolkit. However, I cannot find ANY documentation in Microsoft to install AJAX. Everywhere it says "Install Toolkit" all instructions say install toolkit. Howerver, installing the toolkit does nothing it just adds the toolkit then does not work since the ajax extensions are not installed. So you obviously need to install the extensions or whatever first so Visual Studio can work with AJAX. NO where does it say this or how to do it. I'm amazed that any programmer can use AJAX at all, how the hell do I install ajax to work with visual studio, NOT the toolkit!
I'm using Visual Web Developer 2008 Express with the AJAX control toolbox.I've created a web page using controls from the AJAX tool kit. When I preview the page in the browser from the IDE it looks fine.When I upload the page to a server and try to view the page in IE, none of the AJAX controls are there. Would anyone be able to explain this?
I installed a fresh machine with Win7 x64 Ult. wMS updates including 1/5/09, then installed VS2010 Ult beta with .Net V4.0. When I create a new web site, add the ajax references and controls, and use an ajax control on a generic aspx page then build I get the following popup: Find Source: ScriptObjectBuilder.cs and Find Source: ScriptControlBace.cs I downloaded the Ajax source file and point this to the file its requesting it doesn't like it. Anyone know what is going on with Ajax and VS2010?
I'm struggling to install the Ajax toolkit in Visual Studio 2008 Developer Eddition. I followed all the steps in the ReadMe but everytime I right -click in the new tab and select "Choose Items..." my visual studio shows in the left hand bottom corner something like "Loading 'Choose Toolbox Items' dialog" and then after a few seconds visual studio just exits. What gives? Is there another way around this?
I installed the AJAX Toolkit (for .NET4) onto a new Toolbox tab in Visual Studio 2010. However, when I try to drag any of these controls onto my Web form in design mode, they won't stick. My mouse pointer changes to 'disabled' (a circle with a diagonal line thru the middle) as soon as it hovers anywhere over my target form. Is there some additional action I need to take to make VS "recognize" these AJAX Toolkit controls?
i was trying to build a basic web form using labels and textboxes but in my tool box i couldnt find any tools can some one help me how to configure those tools in the tool box,and also in APP_DATA i couldnt find the option like ADDNEW ITEM i am currently using visual studio 2008 trail versio