Used to indicate that a control can be the target of a callback event on the server.
Assembly: System.Web (in System.Web.dll)
Examples of controls that implement the GridView, DetailsView, and TreeView controls. When a callback event targets a control that implements the interface, the RaiseCallbackEvent method is called to handle the event, passing the event argument as a parameter and the GetCallbackResult method returns the result of the callback.interface include the
Controls that retrieve data from a data source control during callback can do so synchronously or asynchronously. ASP.NET controls like GridView, DetailsView, and TreeView are implemented synchronously. Synchronous callbacks do not prevent the user from working in the browser. In synchronous mode, only one callback at a time can execute, with the last callback taking precedence. When a Web control is implemented to support asynchronous behavior, multiple callbacks can be raised simultaneously. For details on asynchronous programming, see Event-based Asynchronous Pattern (EAP).
You can specify whether callback events originating from the user interface rendered by a control implementing the @ Page directive or the enableEventValidation attribute of the pages Element (ASP.NET Settings Schema) of the Web.config file. If you set the EnableEventValidation property in code, set it in the Page_Init phase of page processing. For more information on balancing the security benefit of event validation with its performance cost, see ASP.NET Performance Overview.interface are validated. Validation of events is a good security practice. However, for performance reasons you can disable it. To control whether event validation is performed on callback events, set the enableEventValidation attribute of the
Available since 2.0