RadRadControls Installation, Using it in C# classes in createchildcontrols

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  1. Rana
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    Member since:
    Mar 2012

    Posted 04 May 2012 Link to this post


    • I have these software in my desktop:
    Win Server 2003
    SharePoint 2007 (MOSS)
    Sharepoint service 3.0
    Visual Studio 2010
    IIS 6
    .net AJAX 3.5

    • I installaed RadControls for .net AJAX 3.5 BY walking through these steps:


    1) Installing RadControls from ZIP file

    2) Setting ASPNET (Network Service) Permissions

    3) Add RadControls to the Global Assembly Cache

    4) Extending your SharePoint 2007 site with Microsoft ASP.NET AJAX 3.5

    5) Deploying RadControls for ASP.NET Ajax (EXCEPT STEP 3)

    6) Installing RadEditor in a MOSS 2007 farm

    7) Create an AJAX-enabled SharePoint WebPart that uses RadControls (The error appear after this step)

    Sharepoint Log Has this error:
    OWSTIMER.EXE (0x1280)        0x1454 Windows SharePoint Services    General         Medium   Entering MRU trim routine.

    I am adding the controls to by website by creating it using C# classes, so I need to add RadEditor and Rad Calenred to my website using c# classes not adding it directly to the sharepoint site (adding webpart).

    My problem is: I cannat add any radeditor to my website using creatchildconrols although i did the prvios steps and addd Telerik.Web.Design.dll and Telerik.Web.UI.dll to the references
    and using the namespaces

    using System.Web.UI;

    using Telerik.Web.UI;

    when I add the controls (this.Controls.Add(this.radEditor))the attached error appears.

    Question: What exactly I need to do to start using RadControls?

    Thank you for your help


  2. Rumen
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    Posted 07 May 2012 Link to this post


    My suggestion is to try the solution provided in the following help article: Using RadEditor in custom MOSS solutions.

    Kind regards,
    the Telerik team
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