access controls on web user control x from web user control Y
I have 2 web users controls in a page and I would like to get or set the selected values of a few dropdown boxes on web user control X from web user control Y and I also would like to know how to access functions that are on a web user control X from a web user control Y, is this possible? How can I do it?
Using PropertiesIf the Sample.ascx control has two textboxes and submit button.You can access the valu...Web User Control to Web User Control...
Hi, I have 2 User controls on a page and want Control1 to call a method of Control2. Is this Possible?
Con1 = Datalist showing products, each with a Quantity Box and a Button.
Con2 = Repeater showing Cart Preview (name, Price)
When I click on the button on the DataList in Con1 it adds the item into the Session based Cart. However it does not update the Cart Preview. I need to call BindPreview() in Con2 in order to update the Cart Preview...
Does that make sense? argh! any help much appreciated!
PeteWeb Design Nottingham, UK
Well I can call BindPreview() from m...UpdatePanel within a web user control resets data of controls outside the user control
I have a usercontrol on my page which displays a running marquee text. It makes use of an UpdatePanel (within the user control) to refresh the marquee text (within the updatepanel) at periodic intervals. For this I added a timer control and its tick event as an async postback trigger for the UpdatePanel.
I have a lot of textboxes and dropdown list boxes (all with runat=server) on the page outside the above user control. These are also contained in different UpdatePanels.
Problem is, when the user control does a postback to refresh the marquee text, it causes some of...User control in a user control
I have created a user control with some checkboxes, and public properties to get the values of these checkboxes. I have also created a second user control using the first user control; this second control also access the public properties of the first one.
My problem is when I implement the second control in an aspx page, if I click at runtime the checkboxes in the first control, I am able to access its public properties from the methods of the second control but the values of these properties are wrong. while at design time, I do not have this problem.
Than...User Controls in User Controls?
I have the follow set up and it is throwing an error "Unhandled error loading module" ... is there some trick to this that I don't know?I have a project A that uses controls from project B (project B is just a project with all my user controls used through out other modules). project A uses user control 1 from project B with out any issues at all - great. But then I wanted to add user control 2 to user control 1 and that is when I get my error. In fact I don't even have the user control 2 in user control 1, just when I put the register part into user control 1 is when it al...user control to user control
I have an aspx page that have a "Register" directive to two usercontrol called rptMaster.ascx and rptDetail.ascx. I'm trying to set up a Master-Detail relationship and wish for the rptMaster.ascx to trigger and event from a dropdownlist and for the rptDetail to be listening for DropDownList event.
I believe I have gotten the events part okay with help from this articel http://codeproject.com/aspnet/Page_UserControl.asp but my declaration for a private statement to my rptMaster class is producing an error.
I'm using beta 2 of asp.net and I 'm having trouble getting a reference TO ...User Control in a User Control
I have a first user control that contain a second user control. If I cahe the first user control can I still dynamically control the second one or it is cached with the first one therefore can not control it anymore?
When your first control is cached, its rendered out and its output is stored in the cache. On every request to the page containing your control that can satisfy it from cache, the output will just simply be inserted - your first control will never be instantiated or run in that case, so the second one wont be either.
Hope this helps,Mike VolodarskyProgram Manager...How to validate controls on a .NET 2.0 Web user Control
(ASP.NET 2.0 / C#)
I've looked thorugh every post on validating web user controls (and know about Pter Blum's Professional Validation and More package) - but can't seem to get my head around whre to start.
I have a web user control, called wucICL.ascx on a we page called AddEditInvestment.aspx. I would like to validate a couple of DropDownLists (ddlAccounts and ddlContacts) when the Insert and Update buttons are clicked on the AddEdit Investment page.
The other controls on the AddEditInvestments page belong to a validation group called All Validators and the DropDownL...How to access individual controls from a form containing the web user control containing those controls
Below is a block of code in my .aspx form named default.aspx. In this form I load a web user control. I then add it to a place holder control.(Lines 3 and 4 below) So how do I access the individual controls in my web user control? I want to set the properties on those controls, but I am baffled as to how to access the control. For example I have a text label control named "label3". How do I access this control.
Because for example, under certain situations I want to hide that control. ( Label3.Visible = false;)
2&nb...User Control Within UserControl
If I have a user control A and then inside it a user control B embedded/referenced within it. User Control A has a panel defined (cpeNewUser) that I want to manipulate from the code behind of User Control B based on some event that happens.So putting this in my code behind of User Control B won't work as it has no idea of cpeNewUser:cpeNewUser.Collapsed = true;So is it because only at runtime they are married up and because of this you cannot access each other's objects at compile time? How would I get this to work becuase I'm using all user controls inside a AJAX Too...Problem in accessing web form data in user controls when create user control dynamically
I have a problem using web user control. I designed a user control
named NewsForm. This user control contains some web form elements like
<asp:textbox>. When I add it in an .ASPX page, all things may be
true. I can know which user filles in textbox (for example and other controls)
<%@ Register TagPrefix="uc1" TagName="NewsForm" Src="NewsForm.ascx" %>
<UC1:NewsForm id="newsForm" runat="server"></UC1:NewsForm>
But when i create it in code behined dynamically, however user control has web form controls but their value are blank
//aspx co...How to access a user control from another user control in a Wizard control
My page has a wizard control and each step is a user control. I could find the value of a control in step1 user control in the wizard page but not in step2 user control.From wizard.aspx.vb – it worksDim m_title As DropDownList = CType(Me.PersonalBox1.FindControl("ddlTitle1"), DropDownList)
Question:How can I find the value of a control(textbox or dropdownlist)in step1 user control from step2 user control?
I want to find “PersonalBox1.FindControl("ddlTitle1")” from Step2 AddressBox1. I have tried several ways to access it but no luck. From AddressBox.ascx.vb –...User Control controls not created when dynamically creating user control
Have created a user control for displaying and editing a dynamically number of values. The user control contains two labels and an edit box. When dynamically loading the user control I get an error when the control itself tries to change setting on the fields within the user control.
Why doesnt this work? It works okay if I dont load it dynamically but create a user-control-instance in the aspx-page but thats no solution.
Here is my code:
<%@ Control Language="C#" AutoEventWireup="true&...Creating a User Control validator that validates a control on the page, rather than inside the control.
I'm trying to create a custom user control that is nothing more than a RangeValidator that validates other controls that lie on the page rather than inside the control itself... is this possible, is there a way to "bubble" it up.
My answer to your other question regarding the CompareValidator applies here. If the custom control is in the same naming container AND does not implement INamingContainer, you can create a property that lets the user assign the control to validate. Internally assign the Validator.ControlToValidate property to the value of that property.-...