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Old December 8th, 2005, 04:32 AM
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Default How to raise event in user control webpart...

I build an usercontrol.In that usercontrol, I build an event.When I drop that usercontrol in webzone in a webpart page, it can raise event.But when I add usercontrol to webzone at runtime (usercontrol wrapped by GenericWebpart class), I can't raise event in that usercontrol. Can you help me?
My code:
  MyUserControl myUserCtrl= (MyUserControl)this.LoadControl("MyUserControl.asc x");
  myUserCtrl.ID = "myUserCtrl";
//register for event but I can't raise event ???
 myUserCtrl.OnMyEvent+=MyUserControl.MyEventHandler (OnHandleFunction);
//add to webzone by wrapped by generic webpart object
  GenericWebPart webpart = this.MyWebManager.CreateWebPart(myUserCotrol);
  webpart.Title = "Test";
  this.MyWebManager.AddWebPart(webpart, wpZone1, 0);

public void OnHandleFunction(object sender,EventArgs e)
{
    ....//it's not ok
}


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Old September 13th, 2006, 04:37 AM
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Don't set the ID of the control that will solve the problem

//myUserCtrl.ID = "myUserCtrl";

just try this and see

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