Last post Apr 06, 2005 09:48 AM by josephcn
Apr 05, 2005 10:02 AM|josephcn|LINK
Apr 06, 2005 05:05 AM|takeshta|LINK
Hi, I just faced the same problem.
It is most likely that your ascx source code isn't well written (that was my case).
Check your references for your project and the build support project.
You can even try adding a new module definition, and instead adding your user control, add the announcements ascx control for example. You will find that your module definition can use that user control and figure that the problem resides in your ascx(.vb)
In my case, I forgot to create a instance of stringbuilder using NEW. Fortunately DNN adviced me with a "no instance" log.
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Apr 06, 2005 09:27 AM|ErikVB|LINK
You must have at least one view control, that uses no key. If your module definition does not contain a view control, then the module is listed in the available modules, but if you put it in a page it will be invisible ...
Apr 06, 2005 09:48 AM|josephcn|LINK
Thanks! This solved my problem. It's all beginning to make sense...