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I have an asp.net label which I'd like to get the data using vb.net code behind. How can I do this ?. Or is it possible just to read the ObjectDataSource  used in the repeater ?
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you can use FindControl to get at the controls inside a repeater:
http://msconline.maconstate.edu/tutorials/ASPNET2/ASPNET09/aspnet09-07.aspx
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Cool !  :) .  I'm on a different site today, but I'll check it out next week. Thanks !.
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