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2.0 Client.RegisterClientScriptBlock(Type, String, String)

in asp.net 2.0, Page.RegisterClientScriptBlock is replaced by
Client.RegisterClientScriptBlock

function signature:

Client.RegisterClientScriptBlock(Type, String, String)

what should i put on the Type?

Dec 4 '05 #1
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Hi,

most likely Me.GetType() (VB) or this.GetType() (C#) will do.

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in asp.net 2.0, Page.RegisterClientScriptBlock is replaced by
Client.RegisterClientScriptBlock

function signature:

Client.RegisterClientScriptBlock(Type, String, String)

what should i put on the Type?

Dec 4 '05 #2

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