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i need to wriite a sub  to be fired when the buttin clicked, But it seems that when the control is inside a table control cannot be accessed directlly
e.g.
Protected Sub SendPax_Click  
some code
end sub
<asp:Table ID="PaxTable" runat="server" Width="344px" Height="32px">
  <asp:TableHeaderRow><asp:TableHeaderCell ColumnSpan="5">Please enter passenger names</asp:TableHeaderCell>
        </asp:TableHeaderRow>
      
      
      <asp:TableFooterRow>
      <asp:TableCell HorizontalAlign="right">
          <asp:Button ID="SendPax" runat="server" Text="Send" />  &nbsp;
      </asp:TableCell>
      </asp:TableFooterRow>
     </asp:Table>
 
VB code
 
Dim Row As Integer
        Dim Col As Integer
 
 
        For Row = 1 To PAX
 
            Dim newRow As New TableRow
            newRow = New TableRow
            For Col = 0 To 3
                Dim newCell = New TableCell
                If Col = 0 Then
                    newCell.Text = Row
                ElseIf Col = 1 Then
                    Dim txtbox As New TextBox
                    txtbox.ID = "First" & Row
                    newCell.controls.add(txtbox)
                ElseIf Col = 2 Then
                    Dim txtbox As New TextBox
                    txtbox.ID = "Last" & Row
                    newCell.controls.add(txtbox)
                End If
                newRow.Cells.Add(newCell)
            Next Col
            PaxTable.Rows.Add(newRow)
            newRow = Nothing
 
        Next Row

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Advice....

Instead of putting the code inside the button event, put it in the a new sub. In this way you do not need to call the event, but instead you call the sub routine.

For example:

Protected Sub SendPax_Click
        ExecuteCode
End Sub

Protected Sub ExecuteCode()
   'Your code when the Button was clicked.
End Sub
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by:Nabilbahr
ID: 24428399
my concern is to be able to run some code when the button is clicked
How to catch an the click event and run some code when clicked
the control is inside a table control
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by:Nabilbahr
ID: 24428467
thank you , you were right
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by:JackOfPH
ID: 24428473
Set the modifier property of the button to Public.
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