Gets or sets the template that renders the control.
Assembly: Microsoft.SharePoint (in Microsoft.SharePoint.dll)
If the property is not set, the default implementation returns the template that is named by the TemplateName property. (If the latter is not specifically set, its default implementation returns the value specified in the DefaultTemplateName property.)Notes to Callers
The default set accessor for the property does not set the TemplateName property. For this reason, the two property values could be logically inconsistent. Consider leaving the property value unset and instead, set TemplateName. In this way, you are indirectly setting the value of the .Notes to Inheritors
If you need an alternative template for rendering in certain contexts, such as a particular type of form, use the AlternateTemplate property to identify the alternate template. Override the get accessor of the ControlTemplate property to implement your logic for selecting either the or the AlternateTemplate.