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Is there a way to use the content of an aspx as the definition of a method to override as is common on some other web application platforms?

Posted on 2003-11-25
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I can do this :

  <%@ Page language="c#" Inherits="test.WebForm1" %>

  <script runat="server">

    protected override void doSomething() {

      Response.Write("something...");

    }

  </script>

But would rather do something like this :

  <%@ Page language="c#" Inherits="test.WebForm1" override="doSomething"%>

  something...


Please note this "override" attribute is just a fantasy

as far as I know at the moment. Is there a way to use the

content of an aspx as the definition of a method to override

as is common on some other web application platforms?

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Question by:soneal3200
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You can override methods in the codebehind but aspx cannot be derrived.
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