I've got this problem with dynamically created TextBox.
When the TextBox is created in PageLoad, it's TextChanged event was fired.
But when I dynamically delete and recreated the TextBox, the TextChanged was not fired.
This is the code:
<form id="form1" runat="server">
<asp:Table ID="Table1" runat="server">
<asp:TableCell ColumnSpan="2">Fixed content</asp:TableCell>
protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
private void WriteRows()
TableRow tr = new TableRow();
TableCell tc = new TableCell();
TextBox txt = new TextBox();
txt.Text = myText;
txt.TextChanged += new EventHandler(txt_TextChanged); // Assign event handler
tc = new TableCell();
tc.Text = txt.Text;
private void txt_TextChanged(object sender, EventArgs e)
myText = ((TextBox)sender).Text;
RedrawTable(); // Delete the row (incl. the TextBox) and rewrite it
private void RedrawTable()
Event handling is done by ASP.NET by matching up control's ID & the request parameters. In your case, the TextBox created during txtTextChanged() will have an auto ID because you don't specify any explicit ID. That ID will be posted back during the text changed event.
After page load event, ASP.NET will try to find a control with such ID to fire the event for it. Obviously ASP.NET won't be able to find the match because the TextBox created during Page_Load() is different and would have different ID.
To solve this: specify an explicit ID for your textbox:
TextBox txt = new TextBox(); txt.Text = myText; txt.ID = "txtBox";