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Disable Child Controls Recursively

, 13 Nov 2010
You can just use "not IsDisable" versus the IF...ELSE block. Additionally, the recursive call to ControlStatus should be done all the time so that the parent control is enabled/disabled along with the children. // to enable\disable the control & its child controls public...

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13 Nov 2010
jarvisa
public void ControlStatus(Control control, bool isDisable){ foreach (Control c in control.Controls) if (c.HasControls()) ControlStatus(c, isDisable); else { WebControl wc = c as WebControl; if (wc != null) ...
13 Nov 2010
a_pess
Alternative For VB.NET Windows Forms Private Sub ControlEnabled(ByVal ctrl As Control, ByVal isDisable As Boolean) Me.ControlEnabled(ctrl, isDisable, True) End Sub Private Sub ControlEnabled(ByVal ctrl As Control, ByVal isDisable As Boolean, ByVal allowRecurse As...

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