Accessing Value From The Controls Within A Dynamically Loaded Web User Control?

Jul 31, 2010

I have created a web user control (MemberDetails.ascx) which is loaded dynamically on a page (Member.aspx) for my website. The control has some TextBoxes. I want to store the values inputted by a user in these TextBoxes to a database on the click event of a button that is on the Member.aspx page (i.e. not a part of user control).

I'll use a small code for example.

Member.ascx page:


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