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Default Using Control State to save/load values

Help, anyone, please.

I am attemping (without success) to use a 'control state' to save and later reload values for a gridview control on a webpage. I am using the technique described in Wrox, Professional ASP.NET 2.0, Chapter 23, page 894-895, (ISBN: 13:978-0-7645-7610-2 or 10:0-7645-7610-0, by Evjen, Hanselman,...).

Has anyone successfully employed the 'control state' technique (instead of the ViewState object or the http.currrent.session object), and could give me a little guidance?

Thanks,

VV








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