Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Static Webpart Vs. Dynamic Webpart

Static Webpart Vs. Dynamic Webpart: A Web Part zone typically contains one or two Web Parts. However, Web Parts do not have to be placed into a zone on the Web Part Page.
Static WebpartDynamic Webpart
Web Parts that are placed outside of a Web Part zone are called static Web Parts.Web Parts that are contained within a Web Part zone are called dynamic Web Parts.
They are treated and act just like a standard Web control.They are treated and act just like a standard Web part.
A static Web Part and its properties are stored within the Web Part Page (.aspx) file.The properties of a dynamic Web Part are saved to a content database.
A user cannot interact with a static Web Part or modify it within a browser.Users can access the properties and manipulate these properties.

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