How to enable ajax (Use AJAX Controls) in my Web Control Library project

I have VS2005 with Ajax extended controls.


i have created a Web Control Library project, but i want to use ajax controls. is it possible.


I do not want to create a ajax enabled web site, but looking if any possible in my web control library project.


Please let me know and thanks in advance.


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Yes. If you want to create User Control which contains a lot of web controls and Ajax control, you can create an User Control with Ajax Control to achieve it.

If you want to create a Custom Control with Ajax, I suggest you build a new Extender. Please check the below link:

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