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creating repeater programatically - onItemCommand

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 26, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net

 I am writing an application that requires a recursive programatic creation of a repeater multiple times inside of itself, working in vs 2005, asp.net 2.0 and visual basic.


it looks like this





placeholder contains a repeater I create programatically which inturn also looks like






that placeholder refers to the programtically created repeater.  Thus the process is recursive and can grow based on user interaction.




So far I have been able to have the "runtime created" repeater be generated and I have even been able to bind data to objects inside of the repeater which was good progress.

so while the programatically created repeater appears to be working as expected I am having a difficult time getting repeater objects (in this case a linkbutton) to fire a command - which would typically be set in markup as CommandName="fire" (susbtitue 'fire' for whatever you like)

in markup it's easy to set a repeaters onItemCommand equal to an appropriate function/sub but since there is not markup as the repeater is created on demand in codebehind this is not an option.

I suspected repeater.ItemCommand mi

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