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  • 1. Creating an internal page
  • 2. Using an internal page
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9. Internal page
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The Internal Page control is used to include a page (and its code) in another page. At runtime, the internal page will be dynamically merged with the host page.
1. Creating an internal page
An internal page is a specific page that includes no title bar and no menu.
All types of controls can be used in this page.
In the example, an internal page is used to manage a shopping cart.
2. Using an internal page
To use an internal page, you must:
  • create an Internal Page control.
  • in the control description, select the internal page to use and validate.
  • The internal page used in the Internal Page control cannot be modified programmatically.
  • The host area is rectangular and no override is allowed. To perform overrides, it is recommended to use control templates.
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