VS 2008Update PanelIn the update panel, is a gridview, and an asp:panel that contains some other controls, including the button I want to trigger the update of the gridviewThe gridview is tied to a sqldatasource, although I have tried multiple methods to get the data and all failed
Here is the problem:
User logs in and fills out the top part of the form. That submits some data to a table, returns the ID of the row submitted and makes an asp:panel visible (panel.visible=true). This update panel exists inside of the UpdatePanel. The user clicks a drop down list and selects a name. When this happens, another panel becomes visible, using the same process, to allow the user to enter data about the name they selected. So far, everything works.
What Should Happen next:
User clicks "Add" buttonDatabase is updated with the data enteredDatasource refreshesGridview refreshes - It is not visible at load because there are no records for it to show.
What Actually Happens:
User clicks "Add" button Database is updated with the data entered - This has been verified Datasource should update, but not sure it is Gridview does not show.
This GridView contains a TemplateField with a LinkButton that displays a text value. When the link button is clicked, the code behind needs to capture the text value of the button, and then refresh the GridView with an asynchronous postback within the UpdatePanel and display the updated output.
The post-back event is occurring, and I'm able to capture the event in Visual Studio 2010 debugger. But, the screen contents do not change after this event occurs. No exception gets thrown, at least from what I can see in debugger.
Portions of the sanitized code appear below. The GridView actually appears on a page that contains 2 dropdown lists and 2 other GridViews. There is just one UpdatePanel on this page.
This is in the Code-Behind.
I can put a break point in the above method, and it is captured when the lnkHostName button is clicked. Stepping through the lnkHostName_Click() method, the ReloadPage() method successfully runs, then executes this method:
This runs successfully, and the DataSet which gets returned contains 1 row of data rather than several rows. This is what I expect to happen. Once the filter is selected in my test case just 1 row should get returned. The problem is that I don't see that output refreshed on the screen. The grdProcesses gridview continues to display the original dataset of several rows, rather than just one row of data. To additionally test this, I tried setting the visibility of grdProcesses to false within this method when the HostName had a value. Again, this ran without an error, but the GridView was still visible. And I also tested by updating the contents of a label with the HostName value. The new value was never displayed in the label. I also tried putting the lnkHostName button into the triggers, ala:
But the following exception gets thrown when that button is added, "A control with ID 'lnkHostName' could not be found for the trigger in UpdatePanel 'upMain'."
What's frustrating is that everything appears to run smoothly in debugger. But in reality the expected output never gets refreshed on the screen. Perhaps I need to use an alternate trigger in the AsyncPostBackTrigger. I'm open to using a command button or some other artifact.
I have an UpdatePanel with some controls, and a tree control outside of the UpdatePanel. The tree control is huge (~4 MB) hence I don't want to refresh the tree on postbacks from within the UpdatePanel.
Everything is working great, except during one of the PostBack from within the UpdatePanel, I want to refresh the tree. This just does not seem to be possible.
I've got a TextBox with AutoPostBack="true" and OnTextChanged property set.
The textbox is located inside a Repeater, which in turn is located inside an UpdatePanel.
Problem is - whenever the TextBox postsback, the whole page gets reloaded, instead of the UpdatePanel only.
Here's how the thing looks:
Interesting thing is, if I take the TextBox out of the repeater, it refreshes only the UpdatePanel. So is if I put a Button inside the repeater - only the UpdatePanel gets refreshed. But whenver I place an AutoPostBack-ing control inside the Repeater, the whole page gets refreshed.
I have a page that displays data depending upon the date range entered by the user into two textboxes. I have added the CalendarExtender control from the Ajax Toolbox to each of these two textboxes, and I would like the associated updatePanel to refresh with new data whenever either of the two dates is changed. Sounds simple enough, but I have not been able to manage it so far.
I have an updatepanel on my master page that just updates the database every 30 seconds, what is happening is that everytime it is fired, it will refresh everything on the page_load of the content page that are not under ispostback = false. to disable such a thing just for this specific updatepanel?
I have a problem when the databound gridview is not getting refreshed by the trigger that set to the dropdown outside the update panel. Both controls on ascx control that resides on the tabpanel within aspx page. I realise that both need to be in the same contianer, but because it's an ascx, I can't use Content (but it's used on the aspx main page. How to trigger the refresh of the grid?Here's the simplified code:
I'm using MS AJAX's accordion control. It works fine normally, but I can't seem to get it to work with an UpdatePanel. My layout is like this:
<div id="accordion"> <div><a href="#">Header1</a></div> <div class="acc_content"> <asp:UpdatePanel ID="UpdatePanel1" runat="server" UpdateMode="Conditional" > <ContentTemplate> <asp:button id="btnToggle" runat="server" text="toggle"/> //my repeater contents go here. The buttons within the repeater cause a postback, but changes cannot be seen unless the page is manually refreshed (since the updatepanel doesn't refresh) </ContentTemplate> <Triggers> <asp:AsyncPostBackTrigger ControlID="btnToggle" EventName="click" /> <asp:AsyncPostBackTrigger ControlID="btnAdd" EventName="click" /> //this button is outside the updatepanel </ContentTemplate> </Triggers> </asp:UpdatePanel> </div> <div><a href="#">Header 2 </a></div> <div class="acc_content"> Content of the second pane </div> </div>
There are postbacks occurring when I click the buttons, but the updatepanel never refreshes or updated. I tried adding UpdatePanel1.Update() in the code-behind for each postback event, but no luck. Any ideas as to why this is happening?
I have a page that has a updatepanel around a gridview control that is within my modalpopup. So you land on the page, there is a link that when clicked will open the model popup. Initially the gridview merely displayed saved records you personally choseto save, well when you selected one, the popup would close and the data from that row would be passed to the gridview within the page to display details.. no issue when it was setup that way.. well eventually it was decided to add a delete option within themodal popup gridview so now when viewing the records you can delete it if not needed. works well.. but now with the updatepanel surrounding the gridview when i click on my "select" link it doesnt execute my
I have a datalist. When a user clicks a button in the datalist I change some properties and then want to refresh the datalist. However, the code below doesnt seem to refresh the datalist. Once I reload the entire page (which I dont want) the changes are visible in the datalist. I also tried setting the updatemode of the updatepanel to "Conditional" and update manually in the dlPhotos_ItemCommand, but that doesnt work either.
In bold I've marked where I want to refresh the datalist
I have a an UpdatePanel that binds data to a Gridview. Within the gridview I have a select button that will pass the selected id to another Gridview that uses an UpdatePanel. The issue I have is when I select a row in the first gridview one of 2 things occur.
1.) The selection does happen until the Timer refreshes. For instance if I select row 1 in Gridview1, I don't see the 2nd Gridview until the Timer refreshes after 30 seconds.
2.) The selection will happen right away IF I click on the Select button twice. (Don't want this...)
Is there something I'm missing that is causing the first click to the gridview to not select that row immediately? What really gets me is if I put a breakpoint on the Gridview1 SelecteIndexChanged, it fires right away and if I walk through the code it selects it right away.
I am new to Ajax. I have problem in paging for gridview which is in a update panel.I set the update panel update mode to conditional. The 2nd page records are not display after I click the 2nd page.for ref:
In an update panel, I have a tabcontainer which has several TabPanels. In each TabPanel, there are some Gridviews. And, The tabpanels swith automaically! In the gridview, I want to update a data field in the rowdatabound. But, it only run once at the beginning! What is the problem?My code is as below,
I have a very simple application that works almost all the time. I am using an UpdatePanel. My script manager is configured to enable partial rendering. My UpdatePanel is configured for conditional update mode. My asynchronous trigger is a timer that runs every 3 seconds. I track unhandled exceptions in the database. I am not getting any unhandled exceptions. Nor am I getting managed exceptions. Now, I had two users side by side running the application today. I had one record in the data queue. The first user did not get updates; her grid did not update. The second user did get updates. The only difference was that the first user was logged in for a long period of time. The second user logged in just before the test. I reviewed the IIS log file and both users were polling the page every 3 seconds for the same data. So why didn't the first user's grid update? The code follows.
I have a simple form containing a gridview that displays some records. Everything works fine but I was hoping to wrap the grid view inside an updatepanle to prevent a full postback (flickering) when paging.
It doesn't seem to matter what I try, paging always causes a full postback which causes the page to flicker. What am I doing wrong?
I have a GridView and DetailsView in a Master/Detail relationship inside an Update Panel.The GridView displays a set of records, and when a Select button in the GridView is clicked, the detailsview displays the record for edit.Initially the focus is on the GridView, and when the Select button is clicked, I want the focus to be on the first TextBox inside the DetailsView. This happens only when I remove the UpdatePanel from the form. If the Gridview/Detailsview pair is inside an updatepanel, the focus never goes to the DetailsView.How can I make the focus on the DetailsView inside an UpdatePanel
I wanted to know what are the steps to do a validation in gridview inside updatepanel control. My gridview enables "add, edit and delete" button. I have a dropdownlist in my gridview that contains client name, the initial value is "--Please Select--" and also, I included a required field validator control for my ropdownlist. if the user does not select a client and click the add button the required field validator should display "Select a client".
How can I get a gridview (that is inside an update panel) to update/filter whenever something it typed into a related textbox outside that panel..( possibly in another update panel)?
As in Google. When you start typing, it starts autocompleting for you by looking up words in the background using the text you've typed.
I want, in effect, for a user to start typing in a textbox (say "Order #" textbox) and each time a character is typed, to trigger an update to a gridview that has a 'search param' in it's SQL Datasource SP that plugs the textbox's text into the where clause of the select inside the SP...
make sense? I have the SP and all other related code, I would just need to know how to create a JS function (preferably via server-side using something like:
I have a GridView inside an update panel, with AllowPaging property set to 'true'. Although the links 1 and 2 for the two pages of the GridView are displayed at the bottom of the gridview, clicking on 2 doesn't take me to the second page, atleast not visibly.
Once i've done this, although the first page seems to be displayed still, selecting a row displays details of the row on page 2 at the same position. So i'm actually on page 2, but the display somehow doesn't seem to have refreshed, and since link 1 is still highlighted, I cannot get back to page 1 of the GridView without refreshing the whole page.
The paging works fine if I remove the Update Panel for the GridView.
I've got a fileupload control inside of a gridview so that each row (item from the database) can have an attachment associated with it. I've got a button next to the fileupload control (besides the default browse... button to select the file) to actually take the file and upload it to a file server. This works great if I use this button "Upload". However, underneath my gridview I have another imagebutton that is outside of the gridview, its just sitting on the form / page. The idea of this "Update" button is when end users make changes to the grid I can simply loop through the grid and update the values they have entered to the database. This also works great.
Now here is my issue assume a user has 3 rows in the grid view. On 2 of these rows he decides to add an attachment but he never clicks the "Upload" button he only uses the standard browse button to select the file. Now instead of clicking the "Upload" button that is on the grid view he ends up clicking the "Update" button outside of the grid thinking that it will save his attachments. So I decided to write code to grab the fileupload control from the grid using .FindControls("NameOfFileUploadControl") in my Update button loop where I loop through all the rows. Then I check if myFileUploadControl.HasFile property to see if there exists a file and if there does upload the file then continue with the code.
The issue is when I click this "Update" button .HasFile always returns false even though I can see the text string of the path in the fileuploadcontrol textbox (the standard one next to the browse button). Is it because this goes back to the page load event and checks if it is a post back? What causes this and how can I fix it? Im adding some code because im still confused with this
Protected Sub SaveGrid() For Each Row As GridViewRow In Me.gvLineItems.Rows Dim f As FileUpload = CType(Row.FindControl("fuAttachment"), FileUpload) 'todo: this part is not working If f.FileName.Length > 0 Then 'returns 0 always 'this returns 0. end if if f.HasFile() then 'this also returns false end if Next End Sub
This method gets called on a click of a button. The fileupload control is in an of a gridview that is wrapped inside of an UpdatePanel:
I have an gridview inside of a multiview inside of an updatepanel. I create all this dynamically with code (AutoGenerateSelectButton=true).If the SelectedIndexChanged event is fired, there is a full postback. How can I avoid this?