Calling Business Logic Layer Method From PageMethods?

Jul 12, 2010

I've a static page method in web form application and I want to call method on private class level variable from it as shown below. I'm using jQuery to call the page method.

private readonly ICatalogBLL _catalogBLL = new CatalogBLL();
protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
if (!IsPostBack)
public static UpdateSomething(int i)
//Want to do as below. But can't call it from a static method.

UPDATE If I call it as said by John Saunders, won't it use the same instance for requests from different users as it is within a static method?

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