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Old May 26th, 2006, 06:41 AM
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Default User control ID collision

I have a user control that is loaded and added to my page through a container and the LoadControl method:

MyControl myControl = (MyControl) LoadControl("mycontrol.ascx");

The problem arises when I click on of the LinkButtons in my user control. ASP.NET replies with an error message saying that one or more of my server controls have the same ID.

Even though I assign a unique ID though the ID property to all my controls in the user control AND to the myControl in the example above I still get the error message.

How do asp.net assign the IDs? Especially when controls are nested and have IDs like:


The line above is from my code, and I doesn't get a single match when I use the find function to search after the string "pnltreeNode" (case sensitive).

Is this a bug?

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I have to manually apply a unique value to myControl AFTER adding it to my container control.

That solves the problem.


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