Mar 16, 2011
in a form i have a buttoin, when click both OnclientClick and postback should happen. on clicking the "Email" button a client side "mailto" tag should do the work and pull a new message window on the client's machine.
whereas, the email addresses should be invoked by the post back. so , when clicking the button the server side post should happen and on return the client side script should be invokded with the values read during post back, and populate all the email addresses.
i need know how to first do a server hit take the values and then execute the client script with those values without using AJAX
I've created a ScriptService / ScriptMethod that uses a custom class as an input parameter but can't figure out how to create an instance of the object on the client side.I thought that when I used ScriptManager and Ajax before the ScriptManager registered my server side classes for me or am I completely mistaken?
I m using site login Control in my login.ascx file and disaplaying login control in Div so if there is login link in page and i click on that then Login Div will popup which is site login.May i know how can handle error like username or password is incorrect on client side instead server side?
I am calling server side methids from client side using PageMethods. Can those methods return value back to client side. If yes then how and if no then how can that be achieved? refer to my code below.
There is some client + server side validation code (the server side code does exactly the same thing and is skipped for brevity)
There are two instances of this control in the page. When running the client side version it hits the wrong one (the version of the control which is disabled). You can see from the generated HTML both are correctly specified. I'm not sure how .NET works out which clientside function to call given they both have the same name.
I have a list of items on an ASP.net page. That list is selectable in that whenever the user clicks on one, the page does a postback and the server code stores the index or some unique identifier of the picture in a ViewState property indicating that it is currently selected.
I would like to minimize the load on the server and therefore I would like to store the index or unique identifier representing the image in some way on the client side. The best way I can think to do this is to store said information in a hidden field ), however I had two questions about this before I go crazy:
Is this a security risk in any way, shape or form (i.e., exposing implementation details of the page)? Is there a better/best way to do this that is more industry-standard? Does ASP.net provide a framework to do this that is cleaner than my idea? Seems like this would be a fairly common requirement to me...
If I have a standard HTML textbox: I can retrieve the value using Request.Form. But how do I go about populating this textbox from the server-side? I tried Request.Form["txtTest"] = "blah"; but got a readonly error.
I'm working on developing a custom control to select items from a predefined list. This is accomplished via 2 ASP.NET ListBox controls, with a few buttons to trigger the movement of ListItems from one ListBox to the other (lets call these ListBoxes lstSelected and lstDeselected).
Protected Sub txtSellingPrice_TextChanged(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As EventArgs) _ Handles txtSellingPrice.TextChanged Dim SellingPrice As Double = Double.Parse(txtSellingPrice.Text.Replace("$", "")) [code]...
Recently I met a problem when I try to use 'behavior' things with an Ajax Control.
I try to use an accordion's accordionbehavior on client side.But whenever I tryied
alert($find('myaccordionId').AccrodionBehavior.AutoSize) // prompt me: AccordionBehavior is null
alert($find('myaccordionId').AutoSize) //prompt me: 'AutoSize' is null or not an object
Although I can get
alert(AjaxControToolkit.AccordionBehavior) //prompt: is an object
I am using AjaxControlToolkit.dll(1.0.20229) and .Net framework(2.0.50727), I really wondered why I always get null for those object instead of proper value like what Ajax ControlTookkit Accordion Reference said to be [URL] am I missing something.
I have a Usercontrol and I have Gridview in it. Name of my control is Search.ascx.Now I have a Page Home.aspx where I have Placed this usercontrol in One Tab of TabContainer of Ajaxtoolkit. Now when I click on Edit Link from GridView I want to activate another tab and I can do that in .cs file by registering Event.
i appologise if thisis a silly question but i just want to be completely sure something is not possile before i tell this to my manager.
i am a WinForms programmer by trade, but i have put in charge of making a web site for our sales team, and web development is a new area for me. the web site is written in ASP.NET, C# code. it is finished, however they are complaining that there are too many page refreshes.
first of all, we have an SQL server with all our data in it. on the main web page, the user must select their country of interest from a DropDownList. when they do this, all our customers from that country are displayed in an html table, generated by a Repeater. i have set AutoPostBack on the country DropDownList to true, so each time the user selects a different country, the SelectedIndexChanged event handler is called, and in here i generate a new sql statement with the selected country, and re-bind the Repeater.
There are also a few other DropDownLists that do other 'filtering' stuff. for example, one DropDownList selects whether to display customers whose license expires soon (within a week), and another DropDownList filters the customers who currently have an open support case. All the DropDownLists have their AutoPostBack set to true, and in their SelectedIndexChanged event handler, i work out the sql based on the values of the DropDownLists, and re-bind the Repeater.
the problem with the above is that each time the user selects a different value from the DropDownList, the page refreshes, clearly because the AutoPostBack is set to true for them all. so to stop this i need to set AutoPostBack to false - but then of course the SelectedIndexChanged event handlers are not called, and so i have no place to rebind the repeater with my new sql statement.
so what i really need, is to be able to set a DropDownList's AutoPostBack to false, and handle the rebinding of the Repeater in some client-side event, which does NOT result in a postback. the Repeater will be bound by some sql, which is generated by the values in the DropDownLists (eg "SELECT * FROM custTable WHERE [Country]='" + CountryDropDownList.Text + "'"), so in this client-side event i need to be able to reference the asp.net controls.