Treeview problem on upgrade to 2.0
I inherited a project in the middle of an upgrade to .Net 2.0
This project has an ASP.Net Treeview control.
When the control loads in runtime all of the nodes are just text that runs together.
Now, I have searched for this problem all over the internet and it seems to be common. The usual solution is "just move the 'webctrl_client' folder to your wwwroot".
Examples of this solution:
The problem with this solution is that I cannot, for the life of me, FIND the webctrl_client folder in order to move it.
A couple other posts talk about installing IEWebControls.exe in order to get this folder, but when I install that I don't get any folder like that at all. The closest thing I get is "C:\Program Files\IE Web Controls\build\Runtime" which does contain "images" and "treeimages" folders.
So...anyone have a clue what I need to do to get that folder and where exactly I need to put it?
Since no one has any clue I figured I'd post the answer that I discovered.
I went to an old version of this project on a web server, found the webctrl_client folder and had to place it under c:/inetpub/wwwroot/TheAppFolder where "TheAppFolder" is the name of the folder that your app is running under.
Thanks for posting your solution.
Hopefully it will help someone else with the same or similiar problem.
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