Last post Dec 05, 2005 03:20 AM by b_alghazi
Oct 13, 2005 06:17 PM|joenace56|LINK
Dec 03, 2005 09:48 AM|koramado|LINK
The answer to the first question is, yes, you can link a page to itself and use passed parameters in the link. mypage.html could have a link href="mypage.html?parm=value" and you can script the generation of the parameter as well.
As for using the parameters to create controls, I don't know. I agree that it seems logically possible, but I couldn't tell you how to do it, yet. I even think I've heard others talking about doing it successfully. If I find out how, I will post and let
you know. And please do post a solution yourself, if you come up with one.
Dec 05, 2005 01:35 AM|timrolands|LINK
Yes on both questions, but I'm not sure you'd want to. Depends on what you are trying to achieve.
With dynamic controls, one of the most important things to remember is that you will have to rebuild those controls whenever the page posts back. If you have to maintain information about the control, you will need to handle that yourself, adding data to
viewstate and retrieving it.
You should be able to find some threads in the other ASP.NET forums on this site, and you can also visit the
codelibrary at www.aboutfortunate.com. Just search for "dynamic control". There are lots of other resources around on the web, too.
Dec 05, 2005 03:20 AM|b_alghazi|LINK
If I understood what you are looking for, then
this post has what you need.
hope this helps.