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How to pass arraylist between updatepanels

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Hi,

I have a gridview that has some rows in a UpdatePanel, there is also a button that proceeds into another updatepanel. I add the gridview rows in an arraylist in the button_click event. How can I pass this arraylist to another function?
protected void Button_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
        {
            
            string number;

            foreach (GridViewRow row in GridViewRCC.Rows)
            {
                //GridViewRCC.AllowPaging = false;
                number = GridViewRCC.DataKeys[row.RowIndex].Value.ToString();

                Recipients.Add(number);
            }
            updatePnl.Visible = true;
            UpdatePanel1.Visible = false;
            UpdatePanelSearch.Visible = false;
        }


 public void XXXX()
 {
//here I wan't to get the recipients arraylist....
}

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Question by:mattegol
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by:Carl Tawn
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You don't appear to declare "Recipients" in your click event, which suggests yuo have it defined at the page level somewhere. In which case you should simply be able to access directly, just as you do from the Click event handler.
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by:mattegol
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I have declared it: ArrayList Recipients = new ArrayList(); above Page_Load

I have used a session to make it work, but I dont know if thats the best way to go..?

first
Session["Recipients"] = (object)Recipients;

Then
ArrayList arr1 = new ArrayList();
                arr1 = (ArrayList)Session["Recipients"];
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Carl Tawn earned 500 total points
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If you need to hold on to that list between page requests then storing it in the session is a perfectly valid option.
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by:mattegol
ID: 34211752
Ok, I'll go for the session then. Should I end the session somehow? because there will be a lot of sessions when hundreds of users are using this.
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by:Carl Tawn
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The sessions will end by themselves after a period of inactivity, 20 minutes by default.
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by:mattegol
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Yes I know but won't the hundreds of sessions effect the performance of the page?
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by:Carl Tawn
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It depends how much data you are planning to hold in the session. It won't affect the page itself, but it will affect the amount of memory being used on the server (if you're using InProcess state rather than a StateServer or SQL solution)

Do you need access to your arraylist across page requests? Can you safely clear it out again after your call to XXX()?
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by:mattegol
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I think it will be safe to clear it out after. I have a second button that will use the session but then it could be ended. It should not be ended to early because there is a go back..
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by:Carl Tawn
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You don't need to actually end the session, just clear out the variable.

i.e.
Session.Remove("Recipients")

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by:mattegol
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Ok, how about the points?  where should i award them :)
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Wherever you like :) you can split across multiple posts if you like, but the net result will be the same.
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