I am a little stumped, been trying to find some references to
this but I am coming up with more confusion than anything else.lol
Here is my scenario using asp.net and VB.
I have an aspx page with about 10 label controls on it and a
couple of image controls. Their data will be all populated dynamically by a
single URL query string that is passed to a 3rd party url query
string that retrieves an xml document with all of the information on it. I am
currently just using the page load event and from that I can get everything I
need and populate the page elements no problem with all of the code existing on
the aspx.vb page.
However I thought for this project as I go forward I would
like to create a vb class that handles all of the work instead of using the
code behind page which has become quit convoluted.
I am not completely new to creating classes, I've done them
before, and some pretty complex however this one is new due to the fact that I
want to return multiple values.
So my thought is to approach it this way.
On the page load event I grab the URL query
string, and pass it to the vb class to begin the process.
In the class I create a function that loads the
xml document into memory.
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