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Posted on 2003-11-19
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Hey is there a quick and easy way to just pass a Datagrid or DataAdapter between pages?
I would prefer not to pass it using the ?= in the http.
I would also prefer not to use session variables.
Anyway to just pass the datagrid once between 2 pages?
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Why do you need to pass DataGrid between pages? I think its not the best design approach. It would be better to just re bind the DataGrid from the data source on both pages. Or better yet, cache the data when the data is accessed on the first page and then just populate the DataGrid on the second page from that cache.

That way you can use the data for other controls too, not just that one DataGrid.

Alex
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