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place holder controls disapear

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 30, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net

Hello All,

I think it has something to to with postbacks, states and so on, but I aint able to figure it out.

I have two radiobuttonlists from which a user can choose. Based on the selected option controls are dynamicly build in the page in a placeholder.

The information in a textbox within the placeholder should be sended by pressing a button.

When I press the button the whole placeholder, or the controls in it, disapear again.

How can i accomplish that they just stay where the we're ?








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