Is there a technical reason for the existence of Page.PreLoad or is this just convenience to have a place where you can neatly place code that always have to be executed before the Load code? Is there a difference between adding code in the PreLoad event handler and adding code at the top of the Load event handler? And what would be a typical scenario where you use PreLoad?
I have a GridView control that contians, among other things, a DropDownList. In this particular case, the DropDownList is in the EmptyDataTemplate, but I suspect I will run into a similar situation when I'm in Data Rows as well.I'm trying to handle the OnSelectedIndexChanged event for the DropDownList and in the .aspx file I have used the declarative syntax to assign the handler OnSelectedIndexChanged="ddlStoreList_SelectedIndexChanged") and have created the handler code to deal with this.
The problem that I'm running into is that the event is not being handled. In other words, when I put a breakpoint in the handler, I find that it is not getting hit when I change the selection of the DropDownList.
1. I need to load a user control on link click event of a link button during postback of aspx page.
2. On button click event of a save button on that aspx page, I need to read the selected values from that user control on further postback.
If I write the loadcontrol code in link_click event, the control is not recognized at all in the button_click event. When I shift it to page_init and execute only during not postback, the user control loads with default values.
When I write the code for Each HtmlAnchor a in Me.Master.FindControls("link" + i) AddHandler e.OnServerClick, AddressOf OnClick end for I get an error that OnServerClick event is protected and I cannot access it. The question is how do I dynamically add event handlers to HtmlAnchor controls?
Does anyone have a good vb example of adding an "onClick" event to a button that is dynamically added into a templatefield of a gridview. MSDN just says to use the addhandler statement with no other good info for a 'dynamic' scenario:
I made a dynamic TextBox and a Dynamic Button.. I would like to add an event on Dynamic Button to change the textbox text when clicked. What I want is when I made TextBox1 text "1" into "2" the TextBox having "2" will become "1". below is my code for page2. Page 1 is just a CheckBoxList consist of items to be passed on page2 DropDownList.
I'm trying to manually create a button and add a Click event handler for it in code. However when the button is clicked the event handler doesn't seem to react on event (or event isn't called).
we tested the code in Visual Studio 2008 and everything worked just as it should. And I'm using Visual Web Developer 2005 XE. So I assume that I'm missing something to be done manually being in VWD 2005 XE, or the problem is in VWD 2005 XE it self.
I've extended gridview, and added it a linkbutton, when i have'nt select a datasoruce for gridview the linkbutton causes postback and onclick fires, however when i select a datasource for grdiview the linkbutton does'nt cause postback. I've also test onclientclick property and href attribute and assigned them page.getpostbackevent, and they did'nt work here is my code:
I understand I need to load my dynmaic control on every postback and preferrably in Page_Init(). But my dyanmic controls are loaded from a dropdownlist selectedindexchanged event handler. Now after any postback, my dynamic controls are gone. How would I force it to load on every postback ?
How do I do this? Basically, next to the page numbers in the GridView I want a link button to disable paging. This works, but I want the button inside the footer of the GridView, next to the page numbers.
I will describe my problem in simple way so it's not exactly what I'm trying to do but the idea is the same.Here is the problem:
I create dynamic buttons from code behind.I get some id from query string,create button with that id ,dynamic add event handler to click event,and add button to placeholder.I store the list of id-s in session and in page load method recreate these buttons and add to placeholder.One of the id-s is CurrentId and it's also stored in session.Buttons click handler do something like this
In page load when I create buttons I want to set button text property different from others if id==Convert.ToInt32(Session["CurrentId"]) when list of id-s are gotten from session.But problem is that click event handler is called after page load,and when I create buttons in page load ,CurrentId in session hasn't been channged by click event handler.Can you suggest any solution to this situation?
I need to generate a button way after the page loads but I can't work out how to deal with the Event handler. If I do this when the page loads as shown bellow it works as intended but if I use the exact same method in a button it fails. (it creates the button but when I click the button it just disappears instead of showing a msgbox."I know I shouldn't use Msgbox in a web form but I only do it as a test then remove it"
Code: Partial Class Default3 Inherits System.Web.UI.Page Protected Sub Page_Load(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Me.Load Dim mybutton As Button mybutton = New Button mybutton.Text = "Submit"
I'm dynamically creating a table on my page with rows and controls. It looks like a gridview but it's not (it should've been, but too late now, seriously). I have a first name, last name, date of birth, etc. I want each row to have a button to add rows underneath it. So I create an event handler each time I create a new row and assign it to the click event of a button contained in the row. But it's not getting called.
Is it correct that the event handler doesn't stay established because the buttons are dynically created and are lost when the page posts back?