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Old April 29th, 2004, 01:21 PM
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I am working through the ASP.net website programming book (vb.net) and have become stuck on Ch4 -. Maintaining the site - Creating directories(p107).

I cannot get the creating directory code to work. I note that a "_dopostback" function is called. Where does this function come from? Should I have written my own "_dopostback" function? I can only find code for such a function on the test page which was not supposed to be part of the project. If I am supposed to have written a "_dopostback" function for this page please could you give me
some clues as to how it should be written.

At the moment I can call the javascript prompt, but when I type in a file name and press OK, nothing happens except at the bottom of the screen I get an "error on page message".

I would be very grateful for any help.


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I've solved the problem. I now understand that doPostBack is an inherent function which I do not need to program. The reason it wasn't working was because I only had one underscore in front of it.

I appreciate this is probably very basic to most people, but I'm a beginner and I have posted the solution just in case other beginners should have the same problem.

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Thanks for posting this Frances. Common FAQs are always helpful to anyone at any level.

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