Last post Feb 07, 2006 03:41 PM by pcingel
Nov 21, 2005 09:25 PM|theeth|LINK
Nov 25, 2005 08:45 PM|theeth|LINK
<?IMPORT NAMESPACE=TVNS IMPLEMENTATION="/webctrl_client/1_0/treeview.htc" />
<tvns:treeview selectedNodeIndex="0" HelperID="___ctl1_State__"
event.oldTreeNodeIndex + ',' + event.newTreeNodeIndex)">
My first Tree Node<tvns:treenode>
My second Tree Node
Dec 01, 2005 09:39 PM|dlopezoliver|LINK
I found a solution... not elegant but it works.
create another copy of the wbctrl_client folder in the top-level site directory but keep the same INSIDE your application.
That is: you have an application directory named 'whatever-you-like' where all your aspx runs, then you have to have the wbctrl_client inside on it, well, now make and exact copy of wbctrl_client OUTSIDE that directory.
\Inetpub\wwwroot\loanApps\webctrl_client where: loanApps is your applicarion directory.
\Inetpub\wwwroot\webctrl_client this is where the second copy will reside
Hope this helps :)
Dec 02, 2005 09:03 PM|schwennjr|LINK
It worked out for me at least. I was getting worried, cause it worked fine on my development server. but as soon as I moved it to the production server, it didn't work. It is set up almost identical to dev.
Don't know why this works, but it does!!
Dec 02, 2005 09:32 PM|schwennjr|LINK
I found an alternative solution. I couldn't see copying the folder into every application I have used and will use it in. Create a virtual directory to the webctrl_client in Web Application using IIS (if I didn't say that right. I have been only doing this
for a few months).
What gave me the hint was that it worked in firefox. So I tried it in Firefox. It worked but it displayed the "image not found" Image in front of each node. Which then told me that it was trying to access the file, but didn't have permissions to go to the
top level of wwwroot and then go back into another folder to read. This inability to access the images prevented IE to format the tree control properly.
I didn't try it, but giving the folder new permissions to allow anyone to access might work also. Hope this helps.
Again, this is speculation of a newbie, but it might lead you on the right path
Dec 12, 2005 02:44 PM|theeth|LINK
Dec 21, 2005 07:09 AM|Aaron Edwards|LINK
I'm having the same problem. Everything in IE displays as text in a single horizontal line. In Firefox it behaves like a treeView, but without the images.
I tried copying the webctrl_client folder like was suggested, but that didn't work. I have a copy in c:/Inetpub/wwwroot/ and another in my application folder: c:/Inetpub/wwwroot/SampleTV/.
I have set permissions on each folder up so that Everyone has Full Control. still nothing. I'm at my witt's nd with this one. Somebody please HELP!!!
Feb 02, 2006 10:26 PM|obinna123|LINK
Feb 07, 2006 12:38 PM|akhughes|LINK
this problem had me really stumped for a long time, but I finally got a solution.
I got the problem whenever installing the 'webctrl_client' directory under my site directory, i.e.
When making the .dll I had edit BaseRichControl.cs accordingly, but all I got was a txt string with no nodes in IE, and no gifs in Firefox. Creating 2 separate directories as stated above didn't seem to help. Instead I ended up moving my webctrl_client
directory to the root...
I then set up a proper virtual directory within the website, that pointed to the directory on the root! i.e.
Virtual Directory - wwwroot/sitedirectory/webctrl_client. Points to > wwwroot/webctrl_client
Don't ask me why this works. It strikes me as bizarre that i can't 'physically' place the webctrl directory under the site itself.
Once again, this problem only occured under Server 2003 running IIS6. Original development was on XP running IIS 5.1 and worked perfectly.
Feb 07, 2006 03:41 PM|pcingel|LINK
Thanx a lot. It really helped. My treeview control is
running with MS 2003 Server correctly. I just followed your suggestion. Thanx once again
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