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Posted on 2011-09-26
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Please read the attached code. It is working fine but I want to edit like the following:

protected void SkipStep(string  wizard.currentstepindex, string dropdownvalue)
{
if (currentstepindex=="0" && dropdownvalue > 5)
    WizardFirmingIndustryQuote.ActiveStepIndex = 2;
}

Basically, I just need to add more parameter for the function.
and I would like to save into App_Code as well.

Experts: How can I do that? and 500 points for completed / working codes.

Thanks,
protected void SkipStep(object sender, WizardNavigationEventArgs e)
    {
        //================================================================================
        //Rule Section
        //If GL Or AUTO is selected in PreQuote.aspx
        //show ShortTermGLandAL1
        //If 'Rented Production Equipment' Or 'Owned Production Equipment' Or 'Medical' is selected in PreQuote.aspx
        //Show ShortTermProductionEquipment1
        //================================================================================
        if (e.CurrentStepIndex == 0 && Int32.Parse(DropDownList1.SelectedItem.Value) > 5)
           WizardFirmingIndustryQuote.ActiveStepIndex = 2;        
    }

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Question by:Webboy2008
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by:jagrut_patel
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SkipStep is a event-handler method. You cannot change its signature.
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You can extract a new method out of your current code in SkipStep event-handler.
Something like this,

void NewMethod(string currStepIndex, string dropdownvalue)
{
        if (currStepIndex == 0 && dropdownvalue > 5)
           WizardFirmingIndustryQuote.ActiveStepIndex = 2;    
}

Call this method from SkipStep like

NewMethod(e.CurrentStepIndex, Int32.Parse(DropDownList1.SelectedItem.Value));
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