I have found a couple of good topics here in the forum and wanted to see any other extra ideas for this control that I am making and trying to implement. So here is the basic information:
The control is going to display a SQL output in a bunch of label controls. The information is going to be coming from a gridview control where the field is going to be hyperlinked.
So I am wanting to set the "TargetControlID" property to the .ascx page load event.
now what I have found is that I can simply run the Popup.show(); function in the .cs file at the end of the page load, but I still have to place a valid control within the TargetControlID property. As you know, the property cannot be "null" and if I put in the control ID for something that is not valid, then it won't work either. So the only thing I can think of is tying it back to the overall control itself. Then I can always change it on the fly if needed, but I think I would not have to since it would fire on the page_load event...
Not sure if this is making any sense... Just understand that have to make this control go across several web pages that are already fully developed. I am just adding this in as new functionality...
Thanks for your help!
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