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How to Inherit same base class in .aspx and .ascx file

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To Inherit a base class in a page file, ie .aspx I have to include "Inherits Page" statement in the .vb file. If I have to inherit the class in an UserContol file, ie .ascx then I have to include the "Inherits UserControl" statement. Now my problem is I want to use the same .vb file in both .aspx and .ascx files. I cant use both the Inherit statements in same file. What shd I do to Inherit same class in .aspx and .ascx file.
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by:naveenkohli
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Codebehind implementation for PAge inherits from Page class whereas ASCX types inherit from UserCOntrol class. They are two different classes and provide different set of functionality. You can't use the same codebehind for both. One thing you can do is that create another class that has the common functionlity and contain instance of that class object in your Page as well as UserCOntrol.
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by:haritha30
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Can You please explain me with an example. I have a function,
Function text() As String
Dim a As String
a="This is a sample"
Return a
End Function
Now I wld like to call this same function in both ASCX and ASPX without having 2 base classes or .vb files.
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by:naveenkohli
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I am not a VB programmer... Will C# example do?
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by:haritha30
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Yes thats enough. But Please inherit from the .cs file, not from assembly code.
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Thanks Naveen. I have found the answer. By using Namespace I have solved the problem. Now I can inherit the same class file from ASPX and ASCX file.
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