Net user control not updating
If you have a financial application where it would be handy to have a custom calculator available, you can add your own code to this one and use it just like a Toolbox control in your projects.
This illustration shows that it behaves just like the Windows calculator, but it's a control in your project.
These basic steps are the same in all versions since the underlying technology is the same, but the exact procedure is a little different between VB.
Hi All, I have a user control that displays a shopping cart using a datagrid on several pages.
NET 1.1 using the Visual Studio conversion wizard) running in a form in VB.
Again, moving this control into production can be an involved process.
Although there are some extra steps, it's still often easier to program your control first as a standard Windows application than as a user control, since it's easier to debug.
Once you have your application working, you can copy the code to a user control class and build the user control as a DLL file.