View. View Changed Event
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Occurs after the view is changed.
public: event EventHandler ^ ViewChanged;
public event EventHandler ViewChanged;
member this.ViewChanged : EventHandler
Public Custom Event ViewChanged As EventHandler
When the LoginView control switches views, it removes the controls from the previous template and creates new child controls from the new template. The ViewChanged event is raised after the new child controls are created.
Use the ViewChanged event to perform any processing, such as data binding, necessary to initialize the controls on the new view.
The ViewChanged event is only raised if the login status for a user changes during a postback to the page. The ViewChanged event will not be raised if a user logs in using the Login control, or if the user logs out using the LoginStatus control. The ViewChanged event will also not occur if a user is logged in or out followed by a redirect. An example of when the ViewChanged event will occur is when a user is logged out by calling the SignOut method without being redirected to another page. During the next postback to the page, the LoginView control will detect the change in the login status for the user, and then raise the ViewChanged event.
For more information about handling events, see Handling and Raising Events.