Hello Every one
I have to create dynamic TAB control which display relivance as tabs using jQuery.
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I have developed a publishing portal in sharepoint.I have a requirement wherein I need to create sitemap for the entire web application.
This should be dynamic, in the sense, whenever we update the contents of any given page in our web application, it should be reflected immediately in the sitemap page. What are the possible ways to achieve this and which is the best possible solution considering
the scalability and easy configuration?
I i have a stack panel displayed in my xaml.
Can I do this -
(1) Create a new control on a background thread.
(2) Add the newly created control to the stackpanels childrens
My problem so far is adding a control (living on a different thread) to the Stackpanel living on the UI thread.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
my problem is that the control in questions takes too long to load (and hogs a lot of resources when running) so I would like to "offload" that onto a seperate toi keep the GUI responsive.
Its also a third part control so a lot of what it does I cannot control and the so the best solution is to have it in its own thread.
Thanks for any of your thoughts.
I have a user control (ContainerCtrl) which programmatically instantiates another user control (SimpleCtrl) in OnLoad. It builds and runs fine, but when I publish it I get the error "error BC30002: Type 'ASP.SimpleCtrl' is not defined." (If I publish without the "updateable" option there's no error, but I need the site to be updateable.)
I assume this has to do with the particulars of how the assembly(ies) are built for the different compiler options. My question is, how can I get it to work properly for "updateable" publishing?
VS 2008 / .NET 3.5 sp1
The code follows (web.config is the default from Visual Studio).
Many thanks, Dave
<%@ Control Language="VB" ClassName="SimpleCtrl" CodeFile="SimpleCtrl.ascx.vb" Inherits="_SimpleCtrl" %><div> Simple control</div>
Partial Class _SimpleCtrl Inherits UserControl 'Nothing to see here.End Class
<%@ Control Language="VB" CodeFile="ContainerCtrl.ascx.vb" Inherits="_ContainerCtrl"
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