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How to add ActiveX control at run time using C#.NET

Hi, recently I worked on a project where the requirement was to add an ActiveX control dynamically to a UserControl type project. Here I was trying to add that activeX control to multiple tab pages of a tab control.

Here is the code that I used -

for(int i = 0; i < 4; i++)
      AxTree treeadd = treeload(this.LineTabs.TabPages[i]);

In the above code I am creating four tab pages at runtime and adding ActiveX control "AxTree" to these pages dynamically using function "treeload".

Here is the code for "treeload" function -

private AxTree treeload(TabPage tab)
        AxTree treeobject = new AxTree();
        treeobject.Dock = DockStyle.Fill;

        return treeobject;

Dynamically adding controls to web form and their event handling in ASP.NET using C#

Add control dynamically using code on web form Sometimes in web form we need to add controls using code. Following C# code can be used to add button control dynamically to web form.

    Button btn1 = new Button();
    btn1.Text = "New Button";

To add the dynamically created button control to a Panel control use following code -

Event Handler for dynamically added control We can use following code to declare click event for dynamically added button code-   btn1.Click += new EventHandler(btnClick);
After declaring the click event, define the event handler using C# - private void btnClick(object sender, EventArgs e)
      Button btn = (Button)sender;  //get the button which is                                       clicked
      // write your code

So, the complete code becomes -

    Button btn1 = new Button();
    btn1.Text = "New Button";
    btn1.Click += new EventHandler(btnClick);