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Takeshi Okada
Takeshi Okada

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Posted on    December-03-2014 10:15 PM

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It's been a while since I worked on WebForms so I need a refresher when working on an old site.

 

I have a userControl on the page that I need to programatically set the enabled state

 

<%@ Register Src="CalandarControl.ascx" TagName="CalandarControl" TagPrefix="uc" %>

I have this at the C# code but Enabled is not available here. What am I missing?

 

if (c is UserControl)

{

    var x = c.GetType();

    if (x.Name == "calendarcontrol_ascx")

    {

        ((UserControl)c).Enabled = true;

    }

}

Thanks



Kamlakar Singh
Kamlakar Singh

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Posted on    December-04-2014 7:30 AM

You should have something on the code-front that places the control on the page, like:

 

<uc:CalendarControl ID="dtePrepaymentExpiresDate" FieldName="Prepayment expires date" runat="server" Enabled="false" />

Then in the code behind, you can set this custom property as follows:

 

dtePrepaymentExpiresDate.Enabled = true;

If you really need to do it in the loop, then you need to cast c as the CalendarControl and not UserControl because CalendarControl has the property Enabled while a normal UserControl does not.

 

((CalandarControl)c).Enabled = true;


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