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When I built ASP.NET page using VB code behind I can get the left menu of the page to select PageEvents and on the right side, I get all available events for the page(e.g PreInit,LoadComplete,SaveStateComplete etc.) . Same thing I can not do using C# code-behind and there are no other ways to write events, like In property window, I click event button and it lists all the events supported to page and then doubble-click any event and automatically that event structure is written in code-behind. Is there are any trick to write page's event structure automaticlly in C#.
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Hi Dinesh,
Another way is this :

Go somewhere between your class methods and type override and press space suddenly intellisense menu pops up and shows you all of unimplemented page events(because they are overridable).

Good Luck
 
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Dinesh Ambaliya 11-Dec-11 12:18pm    
It is new tip for me.Thank you!,
But there is not events like prerender, load, unload!
Amir Mahfoozi 12-Dec-11 0:00am    
I can see them. Prefix an "On" to those mentioned events and you can see them. And only if you have already implemented them you can not see them. :)

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