Sharing a User Control across Web Applications
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by Thomas Z.
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Using the Controls from the Code Behind

We can also use and set the user control properties directly from the code behind of our aspx page

public class WebForm1 : System.Web.UI.Page
{
   protected DateBox DateBox1;
  
   private void Page_Load(object sender, System.EventArgs e)
   {
      DateBox1.Company = "Amiga";
      DateBox1.Year = "1985";
   }
}
 

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Title: require same solution for .net 2.0   
Name: Mital
Date: 2007-10-24 8:09:33 AM
Comment:
To Graham,

as you said u have published a newer verion for .net 2, but that link is not working and I want it urgently Please help me.
Thanks in advance
Title: That's Great, Really.   
Name: Shahzad
Date: 2006-12-14 11:45:22 AM
Comment:
Thanks very much buddy. Actually, i was looking for a solution to manipulate a control all dynamically, and after a lot of search i found this article, it helped me a lot.
Thanks and keep it up!
Title: A newer solution to the problem   
Name: Graham
Date: 2006-07-26 7:45:17 AM
Comment:
I've just posted a new solution for .Net 2 that allows you to include UserControls, Pages and MasterPages in a single Web Application Project library that can be distributed easily.

Its quick and easy to set up, there a description of how it works and a solution download that demonstrates everything working at,
http://www.nearasmakesnomatter.co.uk/wapul.htm
Title: Thanks   
Name: MG
Date: 2006-02-08 1:32:39 PM
Comment:
The ~ trick is great. I was struggling with virtual directories. Thanks for the help.

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