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What is the ASP.NET Page Event Life Cycle

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What is the sequence in which ASP.NET events are processed

Following is the sequence in which the events occur:-

• Page_Init.
• Page Load.
• Control events
• Page Render events
• Page- Unload event.

Page_init event only occurs when first time the page is started, but Page Load occurs in
subsequent request of the page.

Full page event life cycle:-
Page_PreInit
Page_Init
Page_InitCompleet

Page_PreLoad
Page_Load
Page_LoadCompleet

Control Events

Page_PreRender
Page_RenderCompleet

Page_Unload



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