C# - Page Life-cycle - What Tool ( Perhaps Reflector?) Would Enable Me To View The Order In Which Page Events And Their Event Handlers Are Called?

Mar 3, 2010

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).

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