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Hi All, This is my first question here. I'm really a database guy trying to help out with ASP.NET. I've built basic pages before, and connected them to my database stored procedures using both declarative and code behind methods.

I am trying to create a custom custom control, based on the GridView control in ASP.NET, that I can add to my toolbox in VS 2008. I'm not sure if which template to start with, Class Library or Windows Form Control Library, I have tried both.
My immediate issue is that VS doesn't seem to recognize Imports System.Web.UI or anything after that.

At this point, I would be grateful for an example that does nothing more than put a wrapper around a GridView control, and let me add it to the toolbox with my own controlname, so I could at least have a starting point.

I apologize in advance if this is an inappropriate question.

Bob
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Updated 2-Aug-11 8:05am
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Start with a new class library.
This article[^] explains this in a step by step manner and could help you out.
   

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