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Jan 10, 2007 10:02 AM|amitsinha_it|LINK
Hi i am amit
I am facing same problem, tree structure is not showing , it displays only plain text in a line
Pls help. its urgent.
Jan 10, 2007 10:38 AM|amitsinha_it|LINK
I spent more than five hour, its working fine, if any body want to ask me, can ask me.
Jan 18, 2007 01:16 PM|mar7t1n|LINK
We're using -
Microsoft Windows Sever 2003 R2 Standard Edition Service Pack 1
For some reason it doesn't like the /webctrl_client/ directory being in the
WWWRoot. The solution that worked was to move it down the path which doesn't have to match your application so we use
/common/ for all common components. Then you have to tell Microsoft.Web.UI.WebControls that the HTC files have moved. Which is done with the following code in your web.config.
<section name="MicrosoftWebControls" type="System.Configuration.NameValueSectionHandler,System,Version=22.214.171.124, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=B77A5C561934E089"/>
<add key="CommonFiles" value="/common/webctrl_client/1_0/"/>
Jun 11, 2007 08:54 PM|njedeh|LINK
My Treeview works perfectly on the localhost but when I transfer it to the external server, my webcontrols shows the text, but no real controls or a tab or anything. I am using visual studio 2005 and the framework is .net 2.0. I read through the threads
and I was unable to find the webctr_client folder and neither did I find the HTC component file.
Jun 13, 2007 09:14 PM|kckriegs|LINK
Did you install the web controls on the external server?? If you did, the webctrl_client folder and supporting .htc files would be there.
Also, I assume your localhost application url looks like this
http://localhost/appname. Would it look similar on the external server (e.g.
http://servername/appname), or is it a served as a site (e.g.
appname.com), or is it a virtual directory of an IIS site (e.g.
The answer to the above question will determine how/where you should place the webctrl_client folder.
More IEWC Information:
Apr 03, 2008 05:52 AM|Valli4dotnet|LINK
Will the Treeview SystemImages path not work if there is no webctrl_client folder in wwwroot folder.
ex i added all the related images to my project directly and gave the path as SystemImages="/images/treeviewimages/treeimages/"
It is working fien when there is webctrl_client folder in wwwroot folder but not working when it is removed or renamed .Any solution will helps me a lot.
May 17, 2008 12:32 PM|ReyN|LINK
I think most of the problems stem from using Visual Studio's built-in web server, which uses
localhost:PortNumber for running locally.
VS 2005 introduced a new model wherein building ASP.NET apps need not require IIS on the dev machine. While this can be very useful, this is limited to the local file system, and not the usual c:\inetpub\wwwroot
If you will need to use the IE Webcontrols with this kind of setup, you need to tweak a few things to get them going.
1 - With IIS, the webctrl_client folder had to be present in the c:\inetpub\wwwroot folder. But in this case, the folder needs to be a sub of the root directory of the web app
2 - you also need to add the following to your app's web.config
<section name="iewc" type="System.Configuration.NameValueSectionHandler,System,Version=126.96.36.199, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=B77A5C561934E089"/>
<add key="CommonFiles" value="/yourAppRoot/webctrl_client/1_0/" />
these steps are not required though if you develop using IIS, and the c:\inetpub\wwwroot folder already has the webctrl_client subfolder
May 21, 2008 04:27 PM|SheDezy|LINK
I did what you suggested (along with many many other suggestions) and cannot get my TreeView working. I'm using ASP.NET 2.0 on a Win 2K3 dev server as well as a Win 2K3 production server. After writing my app, I ran the debugger in the VS 2005 IDE and it
worked PERFECTLY! I moved it over to production and all of the nodes simply came out as text. No treeimages and no functionality...just text. Has anyone experienced this on 2.0 using a Web Site (not VD) on IIS 6, and found a clear solution? I'll try anything
at this point.
May 22, 2008 12:04 AM|BardelBazza|LINK
You've hit the nail on the head with my situation, so I was really pleased to see your post.... However, I need a little help with where to locate those entries in the web.config file if you would please.
I am running Visual Web developer 2008 Express and the web.config file looks a bit different, presumably because of the 3.5 framework?
My file looks like this...
Could you please tell me if I need to create a new Section Group to put the <section> in? Also, where do I add the <iewc> tag, I tried putting it below the </configsections> and also below the </configuration> and I got compile errors both times.
Thanks for your help.
May 22, 2008 02:57 AM|ReyN|LINK
>> Could you please tell me if I need to create a new Section Group to put the <section> in?
The <section name="iewc" ...> should be within a <sectionGroup name="system.web"> if you already have that. if not, just add it like
<section name="iewc" ... />
>> Also, where do I add the <iewc> tag
The <iewc> goes within the <system.web> tags, like