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Old February 20th, 2007, 03:51 PM
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Default Binding from usercontrol

Hi all,

I am trying to bind a grid(in webform1.aspx) from my user control.

The purpose is that, I have some cotrols in my usercontrols, and as the control's value changes, i have to rebind.

So, is there any possiblity to bind the grid(which is in say webform1.aspx) from my usercontrol's control event?(eg: button click event in usercontrol, can i bind the grid)

Hope someone will help me

thanks


 
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Hi sarah lee!!
Offcourse you can do this, to achieve ur requirement you need to wire up an event based on that you can rebind the grid.
Hope this will help you


Cheers :)

vinod





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