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 InMotion Controls - Accessing from CodeBehind

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mfontana

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Posted: 05/14/2009, 11:10 AM

I'm using the VB.NET + InMotion Controls option, and would like to access by code the value of one of the controls that CCS created for me.

I create an event, and even a set/retreive action from CCS does not work. It generates something like this:

param1.value = BYN_T2200_Details.GetControl(Of MTHidden)("TRN_No").Value

This does not work. How do I access the value of an InMotion control? It seems to me that the codebehind page is disconnected from the actual controls,variables and DB connection, and I can't access anything from my forms or controls.



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Gospodin

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Posted: 05/15/2009, 2:15 AM

Quote mfontana:
I'm using the VB.NET + InMotion Controls option, and would like to access by code the value of one of the controls that CCS created for me.

I create an event, and even a set/retreive action from CCS does not work. It generates something like this:

param1.value = BYN_T2200_Details.GetControl(Of MTHidden)("TRN_No").Value

This does not work. How do I access the value of an InMotion control? It seems to me that the codebehind page is disconnected from the actual controls,variables and DB connection, and I can't access anything from my forms or controls.






Can you please describe step by step your actions and what you plan to do.
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