Server Control inside Server Control
I'm developing a server control that in turns contains another server control (i.e. Label). I instantiate the label and expose the entire Label through a property.
Public Class Class1
Dim _label As New WebControls.Label
Public Property L() As WebControls.Label
...problems listenening to events on a custom server control from another custom server control
Hi all,I am having problems listening to events on one of custom server controls(AddBookmark) from another custom server control(BookmarkList). The listener or the BookmarkList control has a property that can be set to the AddBookmark control (string at design but the reference is obtained at run-time). I am able to get a reference to the AddBookmark control and add a listener to it on the BookmarkList control on the OnPrender of BookmarkList. But the problem is that when the events on AddBookmark gets fired, the listener added from the BookmarkList is no longer present and the listene...Combining a server-side control with a client-side control!
I am trying to combine a server-side control with a client-side control.
I have created a listbox in both sides, the client-side control's code is:
<select size="4" name="lstFruit" id="Select1" ondblclick="lst_dblClick" visible="false">
The other one is the server-side control which has this code:
I wanted to add the ondblClick attribute to the se...server side controls in a non-server side form
I want to use server side controls in a non-server side form.I use server side controls (like dropdownlists) so I can fill them with the right options from the database.My question is, what is the best way to approach this?CAN I use server-side controls in a client side form? If so, how can I get the values contained in the controls when I do a post? (not in a querystring).Here's a sample of my code:
<form id="frmAdvancedSearch" method="post" action="advancedSearch.aspx">
<asp:TextBox ID="TextBox1" runat="server"></asp:TextBox>
<input type="submit" />
</form>...What are diff Server-side control and Client-side control ?
What are diff Server-side control and Client-side control ?
and diff server -side coding and client -side coding ?
I have answered the first part of your question in your previous posting.
Server-side coding languages are ASP, ASP.NET, PHP, CGI (Perl) and many, many more. They are used to create dynamic web content (based on additional information that is attached to the request) and are often used to extract information from databases.
I'm new to ASP.Net so this is probably a stupid question but, is there any need to create customer server controls now that you can pre-compile usercontrols into a dll and thus easily share between applications?
This blog post from David Ebb describes how to do it and the restrictions he note don't seem that bad (other than being able to embed resources such as images in the dll). http://blogs.msdn.com/davidebb/archive/2005/10/30/487160.aspx
His article desribes the techniques for ASP.Net 2.0 and he suggests that there will be further improvements in .Net 3.5 in this ar...Custom Server Control Vs Web Parts, Any need for Custom Server Control
I've just posted a similar question on why you need server controls when you can pre-compile usercontrols and redistribute them.
I've seen lots of (usercontrol vs web part) but not much on web part vs custom server control.
According to the MSDN site you can put web parts onto a normal asp.net page outside of a web part zone and they behave just like custom server controls. So, if you are creating a bunch of controls for redistribution to customer asp.net sites and/or SharePoint sites why don't you just create Web Par...Server Controls Within Server Controls
I'm a little new to server controls so this question may seem silly, but has anyone had trouble with events from custom server controls that are embedded in other custom server controls?
I'm trying to create a composite control that creates a list of items and creates an instance of another composite control for each item. So for example the list could be a collection of addresses that has an editor composite control for each item.
The editor composite control allows the user to edit the item and click on a save button. This works fine if it is on it's own (ie not part of the list ...Is there a correspondance for each server side control to be equivalent to a client side html control
Where can find the list and can use that equivalence and what is its usage plsThanksThanks a lot, I appreciate your taking the time to help me.
What exactly do you mean? A correspondence of what?All controls have a ClientID property, which for most controls tells the DOM element ID that will be used in the HTML rendering. Aside from that certain controls might offer additional client-side functionality, but there's no one standard.Thanks,EilonBlog: http://weblogs.asp.net/LeftSlipper/
I mean. When I am using html control in my aspx page like: <input type=text ..> and...Web Server Control Containing another Web Server Control?
I'm building a web server control that needs to include functionality from 3rd party web server control, ASPNetMenu. My web server control needs to render ASPNetMenu at runtime to create a menu. I'd like to do this so that my control's parent ASPX page does not need to register ASPNetMenu or make any configuration changes as this should be done through my web server control.
Does anybody have any suggestions on how to do this?
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There are two articles that you would want to be int...how can I update server side control purely by events triggered by server side timer
Currently I am writing code based on google earth API. Basically server writes a piece of KML info every second,(using AddHandler aTimer.Elapsed, AddressOf OnTimer) then the browser uses XMLHttpRequest to retrieve this KML and display it on the Google Earth plugin.
This part works fine, however when there is no more KML to write on the server, I want to disable some buttons running on the server. Unfortunately I cannot achieve it. If I use update method of UpdatePanel (I put those buttons in the UpdatePanel), it pops up the error of "The Update method is called during or after the page...how to have both server controls and html controls rendered in a custom control?
I have a custom control in which there is an html text box.when you click on it , a div containing a table is appeared and according to what you select in that table a text is set to the text box.
It works fine but the problem is: as the text box is an html element it doesn't have viewstate and when a post back occures in the page its value disappeares.I tried a hidden field to keep its value.again there is another problem : I put this custom control in a usercontrol and put the usercontrol in a multiview and by clicking on a button this view is selected and by clicking another bu...HTML Server Control or Web Server Control?
Being new to ASP.NET I have one thing confusing me much.
1. Whats the major difference between HTML Server Control and Web Server Control?
2. Whats the advantage of processing all the HTML Controls in Server?
Server will not be overloaded with this?
Which one should I use?..Plain HTML or HTML Server Control or Web Server Control?
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Thanks for the link.
I personally prefer server controls - - there are so many more possi...how to add a server control to a page from other server control
I have a control that needs to be added at a precise location on a web form using a server control i designed. I tried to add the control using this.Controls.add(controlName) but its just appending to the existing control. Is there a way to add a control to another control at a precise location?
I think adding it to a string builder is a feasible option for me, but I guess I cant do that. any suggestions as to how to implement it please?
in one control you add PlaceHolder, And Create one Public property which return PlaceHolder..
then when you add the control in Web For...