troubleshooting Question

How to check if control is enabled with control name stored in database

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I have a control name stored in a database table. I would like to pass the control name I retrieve from the database and check whether the control is enabled. How do I pass the string which has the control name to the c# code and check if enabled.

If I knew the control name ahead of time I would simply do:

if (MyControl.IsEnabled)  
{
                //////
}

But if I had:

string MycontrolName = "SomeName";

How do I construct the check for the enable?

Thanks!
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