Yeah, sorry, forgot to mention that. I downloaded the component from an asp.net website. It required that I run the webmatrix.msi and then click on the build.bat file to create the .dll file. Next it required me to follow these directions:
Before I get into the stuff below, I get this error when I compiled the component to make the .dll
src\treeview.cs(1193,13): warning CS0618:
System.Xml.Xsl.XsltArgumentList, System.IO.Stream)’ is obsolete: ‘You should pass XmlResolver to Transform() method’
Do you know what this means?
Internet Explorer Web Controls README
Last updated: 1/14/2002
Thank you for downloading the IE Web Controls source code release! The Src
folder contains the source code for the IE MultiPage, ToolBar, TreeView, and
TabStrip controls, along with related base classes and design-time support.
To build the IE Web Controls:
- Make sure you have installed the .NET Framework SDK v1.0 or v1.1
- Run Build.bat, which will create a build folder in this directory.
The build folder contains Microsoft.Web.UI.WebControls.dll and a
Runtime directory of supporting files.
To run the IE Web Controls:
Copy the contents of the Runtime directory to the webctrl_client\1_0
directory under your top-level site directory. For example, if your
site root is c:\Inetpub\wwwroot, type this at the command prompt:
xcopy /s /i .\build\Runtime c:\Inetpub\wwwroot\webctrl_client\1_0 /y
This will create the following directory structure under the site:
Create a new web application in IIS and copy the contents of the
samples directory to this application directory. For example:
xcopy /s /i .\samples c:\Inetpub\wwwroot\sampleapp /y
Create a /bin subdirectory for the application and copy the file
Microsoft.Web.UI.WebControls.dll to this directory.
The contents of the application will be as follows:
Request the sample pages from your Internet Explorer web browser, for
For additional documentation and samples visit:
When I added the .dll file to my visual studio.net, I was then able to drag and drop the tree view onto the stage of my .aspx webpage. When I followed the directions on how to configure it, I then compiled it and then ran it through my IE browser. All it displayed was text and not the tree view. I'm thinking that the .dll wasn't created correctly because it gave me a warning when it compiled.