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Composite Customer Server Controls are one of the greatest things in ASP.NET.  Once you figure out all the intricacies.  I always screw up rendering or viewstate or something and have to go look at some sample code.  Well, here’s your sample code. Posted on Tuesday, January 31, 2006 8:05 AM Visual Studio , .NET Development | Back to top


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Great article! Your TreeView/FileLoad example is better than most of what's out there. I agree that it does take awhile to figure out how all everything fits together.

The only thing I would add though is to make your <Style> tag a literal control instead of overriding the Render method.
Left by Brian on Jan 31, 2006 5:57 AM

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