if you disable view state of a textbox will it maintain
data during postbacks.if yes reason
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Answer / sam
Yes. It maintain the data during postbacks.
Reason:Form controls, such as TextBox, retain their values
between posts even when view state is disabled. The values
of these controls do not need to be preserved in the
VIEWSTATE hidden form field because they are actually being
submitted to the server on each form post.
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Answer / sheetal
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Answer / sivakumar
Yes it will preserve the value. Because the value whatever
we have in the controls are loaded appropriatly on the
controls by LoadPostBackData event.
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Answer / rajneesh hajela
YES , IT WILL WORK
It maintain the data during postbacks.
IF YOU WANT THEN READONLY="TRUE";
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Answer / raja
yes, u will get the value displayed even u disabled ViewState
I used RAJNEESH answer and concept of ans:5.Take a textbox
In load event
txtFirst.Text = "Initial";
and in form
make txtFirst as enableviewstate=false,Text="Final";
if you execute it. It displays as Initial only as this is
having read/write property.
but if u make readonly="true" to txtFirst then it displays
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Answer / alpesh
No it cannt
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Answer / kamlesh
No,becouse view State work as a page lavel.it mentioned all
hidden value of page control, so if we dissable view
state of textbox that it cont.
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Answer / k
No. Becoz it is a stateless connection.
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Answer / rajani
no,because view state is desable in textbox
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