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Old July 7th, 2003, 04:50 PM
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Default Loading user control dynamically from code-behind

I am trying to put as much code in code-behind as possible, thus reducing the size of my .aspx file. I relation to this I have put the Page_Load method in a .cs file and inherited Page.

However this causes some problems. Before moving the Page_load method I was able to do something like this...

main_ascx obj001 = (main_ascx) Page.LoadControl("controls/main.ascx");
and using this directive to register the user control...

<%@ Register TagPrefix="OCMS" TagName="View" src="controls/main.ascx" %>
I do not know how to do the registration of the user control in code-behind. I have tried to use the first piece of code in the code-behind, and leaving the regisrtation in the .aspx file, however this does not work. I get this...

OCMScore.cs(14,5): error CS0246: The type or namespace name 'main_ascx' could not be found (are you missing a using directive or an assembly reference?)
How can I make a using directive or an assembly reference in code-behind when I have got no namespace!? Or do I have a namespace?


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I finally figured it out myself! :o) Thanks anyway.
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Hi Jacob,
I am new to ASP.NET and am facing a similar problem in calling a user control in code behind. Can you please help me in solving the problem.



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