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My webpart (wss 3.0, VS2005) initialy contain a listbox. Depeding on the selection made a certain amount of textboxes are to be created and rendered. Via these dynamically created / rendered textboxes text can be submitted (via a button), for futher processing.
I am not sure how, or where in the webpart code,ÃÂ to dynamically create these textboxes.
Maybe somebody can give me some advise on this topic.
Thanks in advance