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Create a Web Part Page with a Web Part in Sharepoint 2010

Posted By:Ravishankar       Posted Date: April 24, 2011    Points: 25    Category: SharePoint    URL: http://www.dotnetspark.com  

In this article I am going to explain how to create a web part page along with a web part.You can download from http://customwwp.codeplex.com/
 

In this article I am going to explain how to create a web part page along with a web part. After using this feature, we just need to activate the feature; the rest will complete automatically.

Steps for creating the functionality:

Step 1: Create a project with Farm-Based solution:

WebPart1.gif

Step 2: Add a new item as webpart:

WebPart2.gif

Step 3: Add feature event receiver class, your solution should look like the following:

WebPart3.gif

Step 4: Add your logic to the web part:

[ToolboxItemAttribute(false)]
    public class CustomWebPart : WebPart
    {
        protected override void CreateChildControls()
        {
            LiteralControl lt = new LiteralControl();
            lt.Text = "This webpart automatically added with page";
            this.Controls.Add(lt);
        }
    }


Step 5: You need to provide logic in the feature Reciever class. Find the attached file to see the source code.

Step 6: Build, deploy and activate the feature.

Step 7: Go to Page library (Site Action->View All Pages->Pages).

WebPart4.gif

We can see the code is working fine. The next step is to click on the created page and need to see whether the web part added automatically or not.

Step 9: Click on customWebpartPage1.aspx,"CustomWebPart" is present:

WebPart5.gif

That's it. Hope you like this article. Give me shout if you need any clarification.

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