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FindControl created by jscript

On the server side I have a table like this:
                                          <table id="tableLetter">
                                                <tr>
                                                      <td id="tdLettera">
                                                            <asp:TextBox runat="server" Width="100%" ID="LetteraRow10" MaxLength="110" onkeydown="myfocus(this)"></asp:TextBox>
                                                      </td>
                                                </tr>
                                          </table>



The myfocus(this) creates a new TextBox in jscript:
                  var lastTd = document.getElementById("tdLettera");
                  var obj = document.createElement("<input name='"+newID+"' type='text' maxlength='110' id='"+newID+"' onkeydown='myfocus(this)' style='width:100%;' />");
                  
                  lastTd.insertBefore(obj);
                  obj.focus();


When I click a button, I want go get the text of evry TextBox that I have created:
        If textBoxCodice.Text <> "" And textBoxOggetto.Text <> "" Then
            myTextBox = CType(FindControl("LetteraRow" + i.ToString()), TextBox)
            While Not myTextBox Is Nothing
                If Not myTextBox Is Nothing Then
                    Response.Write(myTextBox.Text)
                End If
                i = i + 1
                myTextBox = CType(FindControl("LetteraRow" + i.ToString()), TextBox)
            End While
        End If


But I can't find the controls created by java script.
Any idea?
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fulgeru99
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fulgeru99
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ThaloxCommented:

this is because the created texboxes do not run at server, so you cant access them like the "real" textboxes.

but you can get their values from the

Request.Form - collection

something like

myTextBox = Request.Form("<TEXTBOXNAME>")


hope this helps


Thalox
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