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Posted on 2006-06-13
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I am trying to loop through all checkboxes in my webpage - they are located inside of a multiview control of ASP.NET 2.0.  This is the code I am using, but it does not work:

        foreach (Control ctl in MultiView1.Controls[1].Controls)
        {
            if (ctl is CheckBox)
            {
                CheckBox ch = (CheckBox)ctl;
                Response.Write(ch.Text + " ");
            }
        }

Any ideas?  I can't get it to work. :(

Thank you
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Are you sure CheckBox controls located inside of the multiview

Use code below to test:

public void test()
{
      foreach(Control ctrl in MultiView1.Controls)
      {
            showControls(ctrl);
      }
}

private void showControls(Control ctrl)
{
      if(ctrl.Controls.Count>0)
      {
            foreach(Control ctrl1 in ctrl.Controls)
            {
                  Response.Write(ctrl1.GetType().ToString());
                  if(ctrl1 is CheckBox )
                  {
                        Response.Write("    It is CheckBox ");
                  }
                  Response.Write("<BR>");

                  showControls(ctrl1);
            }
      }

      else
      {
            Response.Write(ctrl.GetType().ToString());
            return;
      }
}
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