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What is the difference between OnClick and OnServerClick in web button control

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1. What is the difference between OnClick and
OnServerClick in web button control

If I have a asp button control as follows

<asp:button id="SubmitOrder" Text="Submit Order"
OnClick="OnSubmit_Click()" runat="server" >
</asp:button>

If the above is going to fire server side function what is
the difference between
OnClick and OnServerClick

2. I have function OnVerifySubmit_Click() which I would
like to run before
posting page to server

What is the correct way

<asp:button id="SubmitOrder" Text="Submit Order"
OnClick="OnVerifySubmit_Click()" runat="server" >
</asp:button>

or

In the page.load SubmitOrder.Attrubutes.Add
("onclick", "OnVerifySubmit_Click()")

Appreciate your help

Thanks
Krishna
Nov 18 '05 #1
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Onclick runs client side generated code, onserverclick runs server side
code. These hooks are provided for controls that derive from htmlcontainer
base controls.

Either will do. It's a matter of style really.

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1. What is the difference between OnClick and
OnServerClick in web button control

If I have a asp button control as follows

<asp:button id="SubmitOrder" Text="Submit Order"
OnClick="OnSubmit_Click()" runat="server" >
</asp:button>

If the above is going to fire server side function what is
the difference between
OnClick and OnServerClick

2. I have function OnVerifySubmit_Click() which I would
like to run before
posting page to server

What is the correct way

<asp:button id="SubmitOrder" Text="Submit Order"
OnClick="OnVerifySubmit_Click()" runat="server" >
</asp:button>

or

In the page.load SubmitOrder.Attrubutes.Add
("onclick", "OnVerifySubmit_Click()")

Appreciate your help

Thanks
Krishna

Nov 18 '05 #2

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