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Easiest way to create a Server Control from a Web User Control

 
 
JJ
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      16th Jun 2008
I have a web user control (.ascx) that I spend some time constructing. I now
find that I'd like to use it in several projects - ideally by just dropping
my dll into the bin folder of a project and setting properties of the
control as necessary.

I understand (correct me if I am wrong) that if I take the standard route of
creating a Server Control I do not have the drag and drop capability in
creating the interface. As this work has already been done, is there a way
of converting the ascx control to a dll server control that I can drop into
new projects?

TIA,
JJ


 
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Munna
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      16th Jun 2008
Hi

take a look at this blog post...

it says how to use a usercontrol just like custom control

http://weblogs.asp.net/scottgu/archi...28/423888.aspx

Best of luck

Munna
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