Page and User Control Communication
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by Brian Mains
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Though there are other ways to do it, in an application, this may be an approach you have to take depending on the circumstances of the application, meaning that it is useful to understand how ASP.NET pages can work with a custom page class, especially when communicating with inner user controls.


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Title: a   
Name: a
Date: 2012-11-28 8:21:44 AM
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Title: Use events   
Name: Sowokie
Date: 2008-07-14 7:39:34 AM
Comment:
At my work we implemented a event system that makes you able to register an event(in one control) and listen for that event (in another control). This way you can also send over objects and use them. And you never have to involve the page. You just drop the controls on what page you like and they know how to talk to each other.

When this has been set up once, using it is extreamly easy. This is something i would like to have by default in the framework..

As a rule we try to use this sparingly but we have never had any speed/memory problems at all with this approach!
Title: Great that approves my way   
Name: Muhammad Mosa
Date: 2008-07-11 12:02:07 PM
Comment:
Great Brain, that actually confirm my way I'm currently using.
I faced the issue that I needed 2 user controls to be able to communicate with each others through the Page. And the way you present here is also good for such cases.
Cheers
Title: Nice Article!   
Name: Ehsan
Date: 2008-07-11 11:05:18 AM
Comment:
This article just opened my eyes up to a lot of possibilities.

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