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WebUserControl event not firing.  Is PlaceHolder the problem?  Or the dynamic adding?

Posted on 2007-11-20
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I am signing-up for the event, but it is not firing at runtime....

Is the placeholder interfering, or is it the fact that I have to create and add the control dynamicall?

I added the web user control to a new WebForm and the event fires just fine, so the control is capable of raising the event, and web pages can consume it, but for some reason it is not working in my placeholder control.


private void CreateMessageBox(string custommessage, bool YesVisible, bool NoVisible, bool CancelVisible, bool OkVisible, int tempCurrentIndex, bool msgboxvisible)
    {
        Control stepmonitor = LoadControl("..\\scripts\\controls\\FUWStepMonitor\\FUWStepMonitor.ascx");
        members_beta_scripts_controls_FUWStepMonitor_FUWStepMonitor fuwsm = (members_beta_scripts_controls_FUWStepMonitor_FUWStepMonitor)LoadControl("..\\scripts\\controls\\FUWStepMonitor\\FUWStepMonitor.ascx");
        fuwsm.currentIndex = tempCurrentIndex;
        fuwsm.SetVisibleButtons(YesVisible, NoVisible, CancelVisible, OkVisible);
        fuwsm.SetCustomMessage = custommessage;

        fuwsm.YesButtonClicked += null;
        fuwsm.YesButtonClicked += new EventHandler(this.HandleMessageBoxYesButtonClicked);

        fuwsm.NoButtonClicked += null;
        fuwsm.NoButtonClicked += new EventHandler(this.HandleMessageBoxNoButtonClicked);

        fuwsm.CancelButtonClicked += null;
        fuwsm.CancelButtonClicked += new EventHandler(this.HandleMessageBoxCancelButtonClicked);

        fuwsm.OkButtonClicked += null;
        fuwsm.OkButtonClicked += new EventHandler(this.HandleMessageBoxOkButtonClicked);

//ADD CONTROL TO PLACEHOLDER
        msgbox.Controls.Add((Control)fuwsm);
        msgboxdiv.Style.Add(HtmlTextWriterStyle.Position, "absolute; left:30px; top:200px;");

        msgboxdiv.Visible = msgboxvisible;

    }
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Question by:knowlton
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raterus earned 500 total points
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You have to recreate dynamically created controls on a postback if you want the events to fire.
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by:knowlton
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I found out that you are correct.
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