Hi everyone,I'm reading about the UpdatePanel and how it interacts with controls inside & outside of it. My understanding is that the usual ASP.Net pipeline takes place when posting from within an UpdatePanel-- Page load etc all fire off as normal-- except when the prerendering stage is reached. In that case the ScriptManager does a final check and only renders those controls within the UpdatePanel and skips the rest. That's my understanding at least.Sounds good, but for argument's sake let's say I have a TextBox located outside an UpdatePanel. If a postback occurs from within that panel, the TextBox's properties can still be set in the page load method, but those changes will not take effect. (normally; it is possible to postback the entire page from an UpdatePanel)Is that correct? What happens to that TextBox's ViewState in this instance? Is it updated based on what happened to it in the page load method or is that modification tossed out because it wasn't in the UpdatePanel?
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