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Default ASP.NET 1.1-Add UserControl at Runtime

In DS.ascx, I have 40 input controls like textboxes, dropdownlist, checkbox, etc. and save buttons etc....

I used this DS.ascx in another control (by dragging and dropping into) "UseDSControl.ascx" by using the following code:

UseDSControl.ascx.vb: g_ctlDS = LoadControl("ctlDS.ascx")

and then when I try to set the control default value (or) accessing values for textbox, it says txtname/chkallow not available. Because it's protected in ctlDS.ascx, I changed it to "public withevents txtname as textbox" but it automatically changes back.

see the following: how to do this in ctlUseDSControl.ascx.vb without writing public properities for each control to set/get values in ctlDS.ascx:


if g_ctlDS.chkAllow then
    'call function 1
    'call function 2
end if


Please let me know ASAP.

Thanks for your help in advance.
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Cross post of http://p2p.wrox.com/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=36335. Please see there for answer.

Can you please not cross-post? Also, picking a right forum for your question (e.g. not a book specific one, or general VB.NET but an ASP.NET forum) generally helps in getting a better answer.
Also, ASAP may not be the best way to trigger people to give you a quick answer.


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