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Help create a Wizard using MVP

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Hi,

This is my first post in the list and I hope I don't ask any dumb or
already answered questions.
After searching the web and many user groups and not finding what I
was looking for I decided to post here my problem.

I am trying to create a Wizard (ASP.NET 1.1) with some simple
navigation that is going to be the base to all our user oriented
pages.
The wizard will be like a TV Set, with a Screen and the navigation
controls.
Using the controls there needs to load a diferent Panel into the
Screen.

The Panel will be the simple MVP implementation, no problem there.

I just can't figure out how to implement the Wizard part.
When I click a navigation button I wanna be able to load a diferent
Panel, change to another Wizard, or save the current View.

Can someone help me.

Joćo Rafael

Mar 20 '07 #1
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On Mar 20, 7:14 am, "jjrafael" <jjraf...@gmail.comwrote:
Hi,

This is my first post in the list and I hope I don't ask any dumb or
already answered questions.
After searching the web and many user groups and not finding what I
was looking for I decided to post here my problem.

I am trying to create a Wizard (ASP.NET 1.1) with some simple
navigation that is going to be the base to all our user oriented
pages.
The wizard will be like a TV Set, with a Screen and the navigation
controls.
Using the controls there needs to load a diferent Panel into the
Screen.

The Panel will be the simple MVP implementation, no problem there.

I just can't figure out how to implement the Wizard part.
When I click a navigation button I wanna be able to load a diferent
Panel, change to another Wizard, or save the current View.

Can someone help me.

Joćo Rafael
please employee a team of professional ( 1 project man, 1 team lead, 2
developers) n jobs done.

Mar 20 '07 #2

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