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dynamic control creation flow problem..

Posted on 2004-03-29
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i still have 4 posts (500 x 4 = 2000 points) regarding this dynamic control creation flow problem..

 where i have an oninit() -> load dynamic controls to the form (first time) -> click submit -> reload the form on oninit() again -> goto Button_click event-> grab users values to create a datagrid on !PostBack... but on each datagrid event, it recreates the original form and consequently lose all datagrid values/events.. any ideas?

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