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Old June 6th, 2005, 06:55 AM
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Default can I ovveride aspx pages?

Hi there.

I have an application that is quite extensive. Parts of it are quite customizable, in the sence that we often take basic code and customize it according to needs in that instance.

So im using ovveridable/inheritence to ovveride function that might work with data in some way etc. (which is simple and works) BUT what I really need is a way to ovveride entire aspx pages?! Is this possible?

ie. In the origonal page I might have a page that shows a login box but in the custom page I might add code that only sometimes shows the login else does something else etc...

Can anyone give me an idea of how to tackle this?


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I would go for a wider approach using User controls, The page will be decomposed to different flexible, paramertized usercontols wichich comunicate to each other to provide the required Customized User Interfaces. The parameters can be confugured using the web config. Thus you will have the same source version working for all your cusomized interfaces.

You can find some useful info at http://prashantprof.blogspot.com/200...nicate-in.html


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