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Default Dynamic controls have to be recreated - a doubt

"Dynamic controls have to be recreated every time the page load" is a line I saw in a webpage.

I am dynamically adding and deleting rows from a Table (System.Web.UI.WebControl). Logic for adding and deleting rows is written in two event handlers (onClick()). How can I recreate the dynamically created rows when the page loads next time? Is it by somehow calling the addition/deletion event handlers in the page load event?

Can anyone please give a psuedo code for doing the same. Can anyone give me any web resource which speaks in details about this issue.

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hi there.. try investigate about viewstates (i dont know much about it, but you can keep the page state b/t trips with that...)



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I tried. It says Table is not serializable so view state cannot store it.

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then the other solution is to call the create row in the load event of the page...

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