Web Forms :: Way To Get The Linkbutton To Call The Method
Mar 14, 2011
I have a web application I am working on that uses a master page. I am reading I create a LinkButton in the codebehind file for the page. When the link is clicked on the webpage, it does not even call the method defined for it. I have tried multiple ways of doing this and nothing seems to work for me. The page that has the link is also the page that will display the data for the related record. Can anyone provide me with a way to get the linkbutton to call the method?kButton is created and added to a dynamic table on the page
/* setup a link button to display the member name
* and add the cell to the row */
memberLink = new
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Method Not Allowed The requested method POST is not allowed for the URL /index.htm.
Apache/1.3.37 Server at visualbasic.about.com Port 80
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Here is my code. I was using the HyperLink for testing.
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