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Known issues using 2 of the same Web User Controls on the same page

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Are there any known issues about using two of the same Web User
Controls on the same page? I lose state and values in one control when
the other control is activated.

May 4 '06 #1
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No known issues and I do it all the time. How are you storing your state? If
it is in Session that might be an issue since that is shared across the
application.

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Are there any known issues about using two of the same Web User
Controls on the same page? I lose state and values in one control when
the other control is activated.

May 4 '06 #2

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If the user controls are correctly written, there shouldn't be any problems.

If you use ViewState, make sure to use the ViewState of the user
control, not the ViewState of the page.

mr*****@gmail.com wrote:
Are there any known issues about using two of the same Web User
Controls on the same page? I lose state and values in one control when
the other control is activated.

May 4 '06 #3

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