I have already created a post oncreating a toolpart.

There is a more simpler way to provide a toolpart and to read values from it.

You just need to do two things

  • Create a property of the required type.
  • access that property same as a normal variable.

For Example in the below code I am getting a string variable and displaying that in the label in the webpart.

public partial class CFReport : System.Web.UI.UserControl
         public string UserName
              get { return userName; }
              set { userName = value; }
        protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)

             this.lblName.Text = this.UserName;

Here UserName will be a property that will appear in the toolpart and here the value that is entered will be displayed in the label.


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