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ID: 27634, How to simulate visual form inheritance in ASP.NET Web Forms

by Guinther Pauli Email: Anonymous


This example shows how to simulate visual form inheritance in ASP.NET Web Forms, using MasterPages and Delegates
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Description
This example shows how to simulate visual form inheritance in ASP.NET
By default, ASP.NET Web Forms don't support visual form inheritance VCL Forms (pure OO)
To simulate, we can:
- Define a Master Page
- Create Content Forms
- Access Master Page´s controls from a Content Form, using the Master property
- Define public properties in MasterPage
- To simulate virtual methods, we can define a Delegate in Master Page and then point Content Form Methods to this commom and shared Delegate

For more information, see http://guintherpauli.blogspot.com

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