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Hi

I have a control (child2.ascx). Which I place in a repeater in another
controls (child1.ascx). Child2.ascx is again placed in a repeater on a
Page(Page1.aspx).

What will be a good way to pass some properties? For example on Page1.aspx I
have a variable '_isAdmin'. Based on this variable I want to initialize
'_isAdmin' variables in both child controls.

How should I do this?

Thanks in advance.
Oct 27 '06 #1
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If you make a public IsAdmin Property (not a public field -- a real property)
then you can set this property either programmatically or declaratively in
the markup. You can even provide an overloaded ctor that accepts and sets the
value.
Peter

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"DotNetDev" wrote:
Hi

I have a control (child2.ascx). Which I place in a repeater in another
controls (child1.ascx). Child2.ascx is again placed in a repeater on a
Page(Page1.aspx).

What will be a good way to pass some properties? For example on Page1.aspx I
have a variable '_isAdmin'. Based on this variable I want to initialize
'_isAdmin' variables in both child controls.

How should I do this?

Thanks in advance.
Oct 27 '06 #2

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Thanks for your response.

I can do through Markup for the Child1.ascx (embeded in the .aspx page). But
I'm running into problems trying to do the same thing in markup of
Child2.ascx which is embeded in Child1.ascx. If I hardcode 'true' in
child2.ascx it would work.

Seems to be because sequence of different events. Still trying to figure out.

Thnx.


"Peter Bromberg [C# MVP]" wrote:
If you make a public IsAdmin Property (not a public field -- a real property)
then you can set this property either programmatically or declaratively in
the markup. You can even provide an overloaded ctor that accepts and sets the
value.
Peter

--
Co-founder, Eggheadcafe.com developer portal:
http://www.eggheadcafe.com
UnBlog:
http://petesbloggerama.blogspot.com


"DotNetDev" wrote:
Hi

I have a control (child2.ascx). Which I place in a repeater in another
controls (child1.ascx). Child2.ascx is again placed in a repeater on a
Page(Page1.aspx).

What will be a good way to pass some properties? For example on Page1.aspx I
have a variable '_isAdmin'. Based on this variable I want to initialize
'_isAdmin' variables in both child controls.

How should I do this?

Thanks in advance.
Oct 27 '06 #3

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