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3/10/2015 9:57 AM
 

Making progress on migration to DNN Module.

Now the error in EditChoose.ascx.cs 'The name 'btnNew' does not exist in the current context' and many other buttons.

The ascx 1st line is

<%@ Page language="c#" Debug="true" Codebehind="EditChoose.ascx.cs" AutoEventWireup="False" Inherits="SchemaWizard.ReseqChoose" Trace="False"%>

What is different in DNN modules to get the ascx to connect to ascx.cs ?

Any tutorial that points this out would be appreciated.

 
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3/12/2015 4:01 PM
 
you need to ensure that editchoose.ascx.cs inherits from SchemaWizard.ReseqChoose (the namespace and class name)

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