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  ASP.NET Data Controls Part 3: DataList
Subject:   ASP.Net DataList control
Date:   2003-04-21 12:45:43
From:   anonymous2
I have taken your example and made some minor modifications to work with data I have. Two problems seem to arise.


First, I have to click on either the edit or delete links twice in order for the text boxes to appear. Is this the way it is supposed to be? Shouldn't one click be sufficient?


Second, if I put the LoadData in a if(!IsPostBack) statement the textboxes either block out the data or appear at the end of the text? If I exclude this statement the data appears as in your example. That doesn't seem to be the behavior I would expect either.


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