Place DataBinding Inline Code Inside Of Inline C# Code?

Jul 28, 2010

How can I achieve the desired effect?

Here's the code:

<% if(!String.IsNullOrEmpty(%><%#Eval(Container.DataItem,"OrderXml");%><%)){ %>

etc., which is placed inside of an ItemTemplate inside of a TemplateColumn. In the CodeBehind page I will bind a value to the OrderXml field, which occasionally is NULL.

Unfortunately I get compilation errors.

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