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Old October 30th, 2003, 04:28 PM
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Hello,

I create a User control (run by a codebehind file) in VS.NET.

If I look at the design of the ascx file, it shows up exactly as I want it to show up. (Basically some labels and textboxes in a table). The code-behind file is used to fill the textboxes with values retrieved from a SQL database.

I saved everything, and am trying to add the user control to a page.
It shows up as a gray thingy, almost like a button with the caption 'Usercontrol - myStatistics'.

How can I make sure the aspx page will properly recognise and load my control? (Even if it's just so I can test whether the control works on my webserver).

Thanks in advance.

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Did you try running the ASPX page that the control is on? That's usually the way you test it to see if the control renders correctly.

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Yup. That just yields a blank page.

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Right.

Including the ClassName tag did the trick ;)

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