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DotNetNuke - Creating Modules that use other usercontrols

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I have an existing asp.net web application which contains several user
controls. Some of these user controls contain other user controls (generic
controls) which are located in a subdirectory. Now I am creating dotnetnuke
modules from each user control and am not sure how to deal with the generic
controls.

Ideally, I want to create a project housing these controls and then
reference it from the other modules, but am not sure how to do this. I
notice that the dotnetnuke modules are usercontrols housed in class library
project, but if I try to create a class library for the generic controls, I
get null reference exceptions, when I try to create a generic object from
modules.

I know I could use a web controls DLL, but know nothing about these and have
no time to learn. Currently the only way I can get them to work is to copy
the generic subdirectory into every dotnetnuke module project, but this is
far from efficient.

Thanks
Nov 19 '05 #1
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