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I have a user control that can be created from a variety of other user controls. It is the same no matter where it is created from, and I only want one instance of it on the page. Is there a technique similar to Page.RegisterClientScriptBlock that I can use to ensure only one of these controls gets emitted even though several of them were created for a page? Thanks, John...

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    Default control equivalent to Page.RegisterClientScriptBlock?

    I have a user control that can be created from a variety of other user
    controls. It is the same no matter where it is created from, and I
    only want one instance of it on the page. Is there a technique
    similar to Page.RegisterClientScriptBlock that I can use to ensure
    only one of these controls gets emitted even though several of them
    were created for a page?

    Thanks,
    John
    John Livermore Guest

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    Default Re: control equivalent to Page.RegisterClientScriptBlock?

    Isn't that such if you use Page.RegisterClientScriptBlock? You could use
    Page.IsClientScriptBlockRegistered to check if the corresponding script has
    already been outputted.

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    "John Livermore" <john.livermorenospm-inginix.com> wrote in message
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    > I have a user control that can be created from a variety of other user
    > controls. It is the same no matter where it is created from, and I
    > only want one instance of it on the page. Is there a technique
    > similar to Page.RegisterClientScriptBlock that I can use to ensure
    > only one of these controls gets emitted even though several of them
    > were created for a page?
    >
    > Thanks,
    > John

    Teemu Keiski Guest

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