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How to get CommandArgument from ViewState?

Posted on 2010-08-21
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Hi,

Is there a way to get the CommandName and CommandArgument from ViewState?

I know you can do a myLinkButton.CommandArgument, but can it be grabbed from ViewState as well?

Thaks for your time.
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- You must set them into ViewState first: ViewState["btnMyLink_CmdArg"] = btnMyLink.CommandArgument
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Thanks for your reply.

So, is there any other way to grab the btnMyLink.CommandArgument than without using the statement btnMyLink.CommandArgument?
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- Hmm, i think the answer is NO :(
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Cheers.
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