I have tried using the FileUpload control in ASP.net and found some strange problems. I have decided to scrap this control and create a custom control. Is it possible to create a file upload control from scratch?
I want to create a completely new control instead of extending an existing one. I have found a few articles on the net, but it's not exactly what I'm looking for. I've created Custom User controls in Win Forms before and thought it would be somewhat the same in ASP.NET, but it does not seem so. Many articles talk about a Web Control Library template which doesn't seem to be available when creating a New Project, but is available when adding a New item to an existing ASP.NET forms project in VS2008.
I have extended control by using the ASP.NET Server Control template. But all you get with is a .cs file. How do design a brand new control with that?What I want is to create a control from scratch, with postback functionality, and that compiles to a DLL. Am I going about this all wrong? Should I rather be looking at the ASP.NET Server Control Project Template? If so, How do I create a brand new control with the ASP.NET Server Control?I'm working with VS2008 SP1, .net 3.5, and C#.
I need to create a reusable custom control,which is like a form containing a listbox and some fields.The fields can be either textbox or combobox as needed for different applications,which can be selected on the property of the form onwhich page that i am using it,also i needed to specify the number of fields in that property.And also need place 3 buttons below for edit and delete the selected item in the listbox and a button to save.Data will be binded from the database as needed for different applications.
tell me with code how to create it using asp.net server control in C#.
Some information on what my control looks like
I have a composite user control consisting of three standard table cells (a legend, an image with a tool tip, and a text field control). If I add these to a TableRow in my aspx page it works fine and produces legal HTML in my source. The below works fine ...
However when I try to do the same programmatically (C#) the TableRow won't accept anything in its Controls collection that isn't a TableCell. I could make my control a nested table in its own right but I lose the alignment of my form items on the page with multiple controls, as each table aligns itself according to its contents. Is there anyway I can make the TableRow accept my control as collection of cells or do I need to do some casting or making my user control inherit some kind of TableCell attributes? I can also dynamically add my controls to a TableCell item which actually displays OK in IE but creates illegal HTML (<td><td></td><td> ... </td></td> - I assume this is illegal) in my resulting source. The code below DOES NOT work ...
I'm having a dumb problem that is killing me. I have created the simpelest custom server control in VS 2008 c# called MyMsgBox. On the ASP page I put it in and register it. But, in the .cs file, when I try to call one of its functions I get the compile error that it is not found. The funny thing is that intellesense has it in the list and all of the functions with their given arguements. At the top of the .cs file I am using the namespace. The code for the custom server control is in the App_Code folder. Also when I remove all refrences to its functions, the code compiles and when debugging the constructor for the class MyMsgBox gets hit.
this.msgBox1.confirm("Would You Like to add a new Task for this PO/Contract? ", "hid_f"); Error Message: 'Tasks' does not contain a definition for 'msgBox1' and no extension method 'msgBox1' accepting a first argument of type 'Tasks' could be found (are you missing a using directive or an assembly reference?)
I need to create a server control which contains a checkboxlist with a scrolling div using asp.net server control.And also I need to display the checked items in any control by clicking on a button. the code needed in the asp.net server control page in C#.....
I have currently on multiple pages a modal popup that displays the information below, we are getting to the point where we need to call this popup from multiple locations, currently i have duplicate setups on each page that i want to use it on, but its becoming a mess to manage when a change is needed.. so im looking to see if what i have within the modal popup can be turned into a control that i can call anywhere thru out the site and have just 1 setup to maintain going forward..If its possible to create a control that can then be placed within the modal popup and server the same purpose that would be great any links here is what i have within the modal popup that i have on atleast 3 pages currently..
I am trying to create a web custom control but I am unable to find the templete that should be in my projects window. I am using Visual Studio Pro and it should be there. Doc's say standard version doesn't have it but thats all I can find.
I want to create user control that can be added on other site.
here is the scenario.In my web site reservations can be done for restaurants. I want to provide user interface for reservation in restaurant owner's web site. When user goes to restauarants site he can reserve the slot through my site.
I have a custom server control inheriting from CompositeControl. It consists of two RadioButtonlist controls that are rendered side by side in an html table. The number of ListItems in each RadioButtonList is not known until runtime. Depending on how many items each list contains, the RepeatColumns property of each list is set differently. To do this in the handler for the ItemDataBound event I need to get the count of ListItems in each RadioButtonList. How do I expose the Items.Count property of each internal RadioButtonList as a top-level property? I tried using a getter to return the count but this generates a compile-time error to the effect that the count cannot be assigned to--even though I have not created a setter.
Similarly, in the handler for the Submit event, I need to get the ClientID of each internal RadioButtonList to pass to a method that checks for data changes. How do I expose the ClientID of each component RadioButtonList as a top-level property?
I can of course index the Controls collection of the composite control to access the child control and read its properties--but that defeats the whole point of making a complex, independent custom server control.
i am new to technology so go easy on this post according to what i read from web there are 3 type of custom server controls 1 superclass2 composite 3 renderedi found video tutorial for superclass custom server control but couldnt find video tutials for other 2.lease forward me link for composite and rendered custom server controls video tutorial
I'd like to create a user control which takes XML as input, applies an XSL transform on it, and displays the results of the transform in the web form or windows form in place of the user control. The transform should happen automagically when the windows form or web form is first loaded. I'd think this would be pretty easy to do. I just don't know how. point to a guide/tutorial on how to do this?
I am creating custom server control. I have two classes in project. One is main class that render control and another will be used to render content based on condition.I just want to know how to render content from other classes in main class.For example. This isjust an example.My main class code
My TopLeftPane class
My page code on page load event
When I run the page, Header title always getting null. This is a just sample code. I will have more than 20 classes so I dont want to write a code in main class to render whole control.I hope all of you understand my problem.
I have to use inline code for an aspx page and I need to use a custom server control that is defined in the same aspx page but the control does not get processed as a server control. it gets returned as is as static html tag.