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Old March 7th, 2007, 07:47 AM
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Default How to get control in runtime.

Hi All
I have a page in which the controls (Checkboxes, Textboxes, and Dropdown List) are created programmatically. There is a Button, by clicking it I need to separate the Textboxes and the conditions from the Dropdown List.

My problem is that is why whenever the program is not running then there is no existence of the above said controls that is why when ever I am trying to run the code, the compiler is sending some errors like this: - The CheckBox1 does not exist in the current context.

How can I over come this problem?

I shall be highly obliged if I get any type of suggestion from any one.

With Regards.
Somesh Chatterjee

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Old March 24th, 2007, 02:23 PM
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what you writen to generating control at runtime?
i think you write missing code
i can help you if you write your code here

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