VS 2010 Trying To Incorporate Silverlight Into Project

Sep 7, 2010

I have been working with ASP.net for a while now and was very familiar with how the page lifecycle worked. I am now trying to incorporate Silverlight into my ASP.net project and I am a little confused on how it works with the ASP page lifecycle.

For example, with Silverlight, I understand you need to access the server using the web service. I am able to populate a Silverlight datagrid by calling a stored proc through the web service in the loaded event. My problem is the DataGrid does not populate until ALL the code in the loaded event has executed. As you can see below, I want to do a simple calculation after I populate the DataGrid. I need to populate the DataGrid first and then do the calculation, but the calculation is done before the grid populates.

What I need to happen:

When I call 'tpService.getStepsAsync()', I need it to go to the web service to grab the data and then populate the DataGrid. Then I need 'a = 2 + 2' to execute. How can I get this to occur?


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