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[Development Simply Put] Forcing ASP.NET Control To Go Through Its Full Life Cycle On Static Method

by Senior .NET/Sharepoint Engineer at ITWORX on Dec 20, 2013

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[Development Simply Put] Forcing ASP.NET Control To Go Through Its Full Life Cycle On Static Method

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You need to load a control inside a static method like a WebMethod and then make use of the control like binding it to a source and getting its generated HTML?? Good idea but you cannot do it that easy as the control instance you defined inside the static method is still not loaded because it did not go through its life cycle. You still want to do it, there is a way. To know how to do it you can read this article.

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