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How to invoke events across User Controls in ASP.NET

, 11 Sep 2006 CPOL
How to use self-registering objects and Context.Items to invoke events across User Controls.

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Thomas Eyde
Software Developer (Senior)
Norway Norway
I have programmed applications in ASP.NET from the very beginning. My favourite .NET language is C#, and I am a fan of Test Driven Design. I was an experienced VB6 coder before the .NET era. I have also done some Transacted SQL programming in Sql Server. Although I have made a career on Microsoft technology, I have browsed enough Java code to read it fluently, and I find Smalltalk and Ruby very interesting.

I live a few kilometers away from Oslo.

My email is thomas.eyde@gmail.com.

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