Use AutoCompleteExtender as UserControl

I Used AutoCompleteExtender in Asp.Net Page And Its Good
But when I used It in NestedMastePage or As A UserControl Its Not Work
Omar_AmoudiAsked:
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Bob LearnedCommented:
I would imagine that this problem is because of how the master page affects the control naming.  When you add a naming container to the page hierarchy, it adds its own part to the control's unique naming (ctl00$ContentPlaceHolder1)
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Omar_AmoudiAuthor Commented:
I found some body said it not accepted as a usercontrol but I found others said its Ok but they give a coplicated soluations
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Bob LearnedCommented:
It probably is complicated, and I haven't had any reason to try, but it might be possible.  I haven't had a whole lotta time to investigate.  Can you describe to me what happens when it "does not work"?  Errors?  Incorrect conditions?
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Omar_AmoudiAuthor Commented:
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Bob LearnedCommented:
What I am supposed to be seeing from this video?  Are you saying that a ScriptManagerProxy is going to help your situation?
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Omar_AmoudiAuthor Commented:
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Bob LearnedCommented:
BTW, what version of .NET do you have?  I only have 2010 installed now.  The CodeProject article sounds like a good direction to go in, but I can't seem to get it working--no errors.  The ScriptManagerProxy wouldn't help in this situation, because I am seeing the ScriptManager just fine, and I don't need to add additional functionality to just this page.  It might help you in your specific situation, though.
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Omar_AmoudiAuthor Commented:
Hi
Unfortunately Still not work !
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Bob LearnedCommented:
I can't get the AutoCompleteExtender to work in a user control, no matter what I try, and I believe that it is still unsupported, even in 2010.  I haven't tried creating a custom control defined in a separate assembly, though.
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