Building Composite Server Controls
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by Justin Lovell
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An Ending Note
Hopefully, I have explained in detail on how to go about the two different techniques for composite controls. You can mix the two techniques together for more complex controls as well. There is one other technique which will be used in the next article; and it is about real templates in server controls.

As I mentioned before, I used the “templated output” as a very loose term in this article; however, the term does stick in some way because it describes the context in which it was used to describe what the code effectively does. Please do not get confused between the two articles.

A side note on the article series: I will be changing the schedule of the articles as described in this blog post. Essentially, I will try to publish a new article every second Monday from here on. That is why this article was “late” in a sense.

Again, if you have any comments and/or suggestions about the way I present the articles, you may give the feedback via the feedback link provided on this page.


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Title: Template server control   
Name: cash
Date: 2010-04-14 1:32:41 PM
Comment:
plese give use simple eg. with property
Title: DP   
Name: Dharmendra
Date: 2010-01-06 2:55:06 AM
Comment:
Thanks a lot. One of the best, I have read on net.
Title: Nice but a little-bit of misinformation   
Name: Mike Walters (EventBookingDev)
Date: 2007-11-06 1:34:55 PM
Comment:
just a footnote here but if you are subclassing from Table (as noted: Table, INamingContainer) .. then you do not need to override the "TagKey" property. The only time you would need to do that is if you were subclassing from CompositeControl(in which you would not need INamingContainer either) or attemping to change the rendered output from say Table to Panel(div).
Title: Nice explaination   
Name: hiten Bawni
Date: 2007-08-22 9:23:30 PM
Comment:
At least it was better then the examples provided on Microsoft's web sites.

Good job!!
Title: Control Naming Error   
Name: Jon^2 S. Pascua
Date: 2007-07-22 11:07:45 PM
Comment:
Hi,

In the Interactive Composition example you provided, the controls are instantiated as SearchText but used as SearchTextBox

protected TextBox SearchText = new TextBox();
..
SearchTextBox.Width = Unit.Percentage(100); (and etc.)

Nice article though. Great Job!
Title: how can i put backroud image   
Name: Ekrem Keçeci
Date: 2006-11-08 7:47:46 AM
Comment:
i wanna put backround image from code. but i don't know what should do.
Title: Complete Article   
Name: Saakshi
Date: 2006-04-17 11:06:33 AM
Comment:
Excellent Articles
Title: I like it   
Name: sid76
Date: 2005-06-22 3:31:14 PM
Comment:
Nice.. Brings together all the information I need. Overall well written, I think I spotted one spelling mistake in this artical.. search the doc for "tow".

Keep it up, I understand now.
Title: Excellent...   
Name: m1k4
Date: 2004-07-31 8:39:44 PM
Comment:
Very detailed tutorial which helped me to (finaly) understand Composite Web Controls in ASP.NET.

Thank you very much

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