I have a master page that I am using like a wizard. at the bottom of my master page I have a BACK and NEXT button. The pages could be in any order and could be 1 to many pages as the user can customize the steps in the wizard. I have about 5 different pages that have user controls and such on those pages for the user to enter data, like contact information for the applicant, and then they click next and then the property owner, etc... I used to have this as seperate pages with pretty much the same code on each page and I am moving it to a master page.
The problem is that when the user clicks next, it needs to save data to the database or perform other functions for the content entered. But my NEXT button is on my master page. I would like the next button to call an UPDATE function on my child page before it moves to the next URL for processing. I am doing this in VB.NET.
Is this possible?