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I need to pass the "true" argument to user control constructor?

UserControl uc = (UserControl)Page.LoadControl(typeof(CallLogControl), new object[] { true }); 

Error: Exception has been thrown by the target of an invocation.
I'm getting this error, how to resolve it?

public CallLogControl(bool isCurrentCall)
Posted 4-Jan-13 1:05am
Updated 4-Jan-13 1:08am

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Solution 1

You will never be instantiating a user control by yourself. The page framework does that for you. So if you must have some property set as true during the construction, the process would be:

1. Have a public property like IsCurrentCall
2. In the aspx markup where you must have added the control do this:
<uc1:CallLogControlID="CallLogControl1" runat="server" IsCurrentCall="true"></uc1:CallLogControl>

This way this property will be set when your control is getting created.

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