I want to find out the page life cycle of a page contains: master page, content page, user controls. I have seem a guru posted the whole events sequence of such a page here in this forum but can't not find it again. give me the link to that post or provide answer directly?
We are creating a composite server control. It will have few other controls. I am confused where exactly to write the code ie in which event. Is page life cycle and control life cycle follow the same event order?
1) I know there are lots of web sites that describe in what order events are called during the Asp.Net page life-cycle. But is there also a tool, perhaps Reflector, that would enable me to figure out by myself in what order are ALL the page's events and their event handlers called during the page's life cycle? 2) Would you say that trying to figure out exactly what is going on under the hood is a good idea or a waste of time? To clarify - I'd like to figure out exactly what is going on when a control tree is build - thus all the method calls, all the events called etc needed for control tree to be build ( I imagine there are hundreds or perhaps thousands lines of code written just for building a control tree).
Apparently I am not familiar with the Life Cycle of a page in ASP.NET. This became apparent when I wanted to dispose of a Session variable after I left the page. I did what made the most sense:What I didn't know is that this would be called when I go from AND to the page. What I am wanting to do is dispose of that Session variable whenever the user leaves the page.
I have a web application that uses the master/child page layout you get by default (at least in a VS2010 web project). The Masterpage has a NavigationMenu, each item on that NavigationMenu has a NavigateUrl that looks like "~/Pages/MyPage.aspx". This automatically opens 'MyPage' in the Content of the Masterpage, so that the master page with menu and header etc stays visible.
Now, the client has a guestbook on her old website (I'm basically rebuilding her website, adding the ability for her to upload new content in her browser), and she wants to keep it. This guestbook is from a 'free guestbook' third party website, over which I have no control. It's simply a website in the form [URL] .... which shows the guestbook for a user 'Username'.
In her old website, I was using frames, so the menu on the left side was in a different frame, and I would simply open the third party website in the center frame. That would create the illusion that the guestbook was on her site, while it was actually a completely different website in a separate frame.
In my new website I'm no longer using frames, but the master/child layout as explained. Is it still possible to 'host' or 'embed' this third party website as a 'child' of the master page?
I tried just putting the url to the guestbook in the NavigateUrl of a NavigationMenu item, but that doesn't work, it just navigates to the third party website and doesn't embed it in any way.
I am tring to send form values to a page from a user control. I included the user control in a master page.When i use page.previouspage it can not get value. is there any way to send form data to a page from a user control included in a master page?
I have a web page (Orders.aspx) that gets some orders and show them in a Gridview .The orders list I get from DB is depend on a field named Status. The page has a master page that contains a Tab user control. The user control has several tabs and every tab has a different Status. Therefor, when the user clicks on every tab, I want to pass a value as status to my content page (Orders.aspx) and then select the orders from DB based on status.