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Default Calling procedure of User Control from aspx file


Hi VB.Net Users,

I have written a procedure in the user control. I need to call that procedure from aspx file. I had created an object for it, but still not able to call that property.

Can any one guide me to get a solution for this.

I am getting the error "Object Reference has the value Nothing"



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Old February 15th, 2005, 11:17 AM
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How do you create the object? If you can, it would be easier to declare it shared/static.

Brian





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