Last post Apr 08, 2014 12:54 PM by AZMatt
Apr 08, 2014 11:30 AM|newbie2C#|LINK
It appears that the Ajax Control Toolkit files have to be accessed individually since they are listed in the link below. Is this correct?
I might use a few of the extenders and want to know the best way to access them. Is accessing the individual files the only way to access them, or is there a way to access the entire library?
Should the entire library be used (if available) when only a few files are needed?
Apr 08, 2014 12:43 PM|sudhalaksh|LINK
Check the above link. You can download the complete toolkit and use it. Thanks
Apr 08, 2014 12:50 PM|A2H|LINK
is there a way to access the entire library?
You can try adding the AjaxControlToolkit.dll to your project and this will ensure that all the controls are available regardless of wheather your are using it or not.
Easy way to use Ajax Control Toolkit Controls
To adding the control to VS IDE you can follow the below steps
For More Details you can get from this link. Take a look at the Tip no 3 in below link : Adding controls to VS IDE - Select the Show Me Option to see the
animated gif which shows all the steps
After this you just need to drag and drop the controls just like how we use normal asp.net controls.
Apr 08, 2014 12:54 PM|AZMatt|LINK
Is accessing the individual files the only way to access them, or is there a way to access the entire library?
The CDN is meant to be fast, portable, and the latest version. It does not allow the entire library as that would slow it down too much. Just pick the CDN scripts you are actually using, or follow the other posts and include the entire ACT assembly in