I hope this is a really easy question but I'm struggling with it. I have a GridView that has an UpdatePanel within a TemplateField.
The idea is that the user can make simple alterations without a full page load being required.
I have simulated my page functionality in the following example, which simulates a database hit, gridview databinding and updatepanel functionality.
When you press any of the + or - buttons in the GridView, the form controls in the bottom UpdatePanel also post their contents back. I have seen this by using Firebug. On my real page however this is causing excessive bandwidth and is nearly the same as a full postback.
how I can force ONLY the appropriate UpdatePanel's contents to postback for processing, rather than all the UpdatePanels?? I've tried experimenting with Triggers but just can't get it working properly.
My page includes a button and a GridView bound to a LINQ data object which is bound to a table. when the page loads the gridview gets populated with the data and all work well. The button has an empty method, when I click the button I get en error message "Intenet explorer cannot display the web page" I put a break point at the begining of the method listed below but I get the error message before it gets there. If I remove the gridview than the button works well.
I do long and slow query to get data to my GridView and I got lot of data, but when I'm changing page it loads as slow as at the start, it loads full data again and again, how to load data once and use paging without data loading?
I have been reading a lot about UpdateMode set to Conditional on multiple UpdatePanels on a page. It seems that when set to Conditional only the UpdatePanel affected by the event will refresh. It is not happening on my case and I don't know what am I doing wrong.
This is the scenario. I have 4 updatePanel all set to Conditional. I have external buttons that will call the Update method per each panel but the whole page refreshes when I click on any of the buttons.
I seem to be having issues trying to programmatically update one of the UpdatePanels on a page i'm developing.Basically what i'm trying to do is...
have one update panel on the master page (used to show summary info like errors and success message) and then a updatepanel on the content pages, all of which are conditional. where its not working (or i'm doing something wrong) is when i call a method in the master page to update its updatepanel to show the new summary message it does nothing.
I am having now two UpdatePanels on the same content page. One is a big UpdatePanel and another is a very small one. I can insert the little one content to the big one, but it means some info I don't need to update with Ajax at all will be init two, because of UI issues. What is better for performance? One big UpdatePanel or a small ones?
I want to create an accordion inside a gridview with the following functionality:
The user will only see one field of the gridview initially, the ProductCategoryID. When the page loads it will only query the ProductCategoryID and this will be the only field displayed.
Next when the user clicks on the accordion to expand it inside the gridview I would like to query the database to get all Products that are part of the ProductCategory. I will query using the ProductCategoryID that is being displayed.
I need to do this for performance issues. The main thing I am looking for is how to query the database once the user expands a given ProductCategoryID.
but now I think of it one thing I need to know: when you bind an accordion to a dataset will it create one pane for each record returned? It might be better to put the gridview inside the accordion. I'm willing to do either, as long as it works
i have two ajax cascadedropdown combos loaded by a web service. When mi page loads, it do it before the data filled the first of the cascade combos so when page load (on the Page_load event) i try to select a value on the first combo but it is still empty. What can i do to force the load of the combos before page load? I have try combo.cascadropdwonextender.databind() on the page_load with no sucess.
I have seen this discussed in number of topics, but so far nothing to address my specific issue. I want to display the page the client, and then trigger an updatepanel refresh that will populate with data that takes 3-4 seconds to load (the rest of the page loads very fast). At the same time I want to display "...Loading..." text using UpdateProgress control.
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I seem to be having a problem loading a gridview using 2 cascading drop down lists. Before I implemented the Ajax cascading drop down list extenders and I just had regular drop down list the gridview that is supposed to load when users choose the appropriate data from the 2 drop down list appears when the submit button was triggered.
When the button event is triggered it looks for the specific value in the second drop down list and calls a specific stored procedure to load the gridview. Now after implementing the cascading drop down lists the page just posts back - there are no errors whatsoever.
I am making a menu to display departments and sub departments. Each department has a corresponding pop-up menu to display the sub departments. The menu is built dynamically with values from the database. I'm using nested repeaters and the AJAX HoverMenuExtender. The problem is that when the page loads or is refreshed all of the sub departments are visible for a second or so underneath their respective subdepartments. In other words, for just a second the page is rendered as if the HoverMenuExtender was not there.
I have 2-3 update panel in my page and i don't want to load chart every time when my page loads or button clicks etc. I put that in update panel with triggers means only some clicks should loads chart. but that chart gets loaded everytime. how to stop that from loading
I've got a dropdownlist and a Gridview Based on the choice from the dropdownlist (which has a '--Select--' as the first item), the gridview is populated. If nothing is in the database when queried, I have a message for the emptydatatext property of the gridview. However, it comes up when the page first loads, since it's based on the ddl. How can I make it so that, when the page loads for the first time, the emptydatatext property is ignored?
I have a problem on my website, when using updatepanels:
Most of the time everything works fine, but a few times a day a user will get an error 500 as response to a partial postback in an updatepanel. The problems are:
1) I can see in my server logs that the request is processed without errors.
2) There is no log entry from the function handling AsyncPostBackErrors, although that is the first thing it does.
3) The function handling AsyncPostBackErrors changes the AsyncPostBackErrorMessage, but the users see a generic text which the function will never output.
So my theory is that the request does not cause an syncPostBackError at all. I can see in the logs, that there have always been an AsyncPostBackError from another request at almost the same time. So I suspect that one request somehow gets tainted with the error of the failing request.
How to populate a DropDownList (using C#) inside a DataList while page loads.....yes we can do it by using DatasourceID propeerty in aspx page itself(as I've done here..), but how do I do using C# in code behind only?
I have a web page with a GridView and a table outside the gridview to display more information of the record when it is selected (like record details). I'm using data of five tables for this particularly window. I use one table of the five to bind the gridview the other tables are for the details, but I use like 1 or 2 fields of those tables. I'm binding the page with web services. I need some advice on which is the better way for doing this to make a faster web page.
In sql server I made a view with the five tables (all the tables relations are working perfectly). In the web service I call the view; and in the web page I call the web service to bind the page. Everything is working. All I want to do is retrieve from the server all the necessary data only once when the page loads and bind the five tables data (like 18 fields total) in the gridview which I only show 12 fields the other 6 fields are hidden, those 6 are for the details which I get with jQuery (that's another topic). Bind everything only once and manage the data on client side. Everything is working perfectly. Here is my doubt.
How are the maximum table joins I can make? To retrieve the data via web and not get a server time out error. Which is a better way to make a faster page? Make 2 views one for the gridview and one for the details and put each view in a web service; or make one view with all the table joins and one web service. Right now all is working but I have to make other pages that use different tables and joins and I don't know if the server gets me the time out error when the page is fully working.
On my page which uses nested master pages, I have several user controls which are in their own UpdatePanels.
I've noticed that when I update something which is in UpdatePanel 2, things are shifting slightly in UpdatePanel 1. Someone told me that when UpdatePanels are used, the page is reloading anyway. Is this true?
How do I prevent UpdatePanel 2 affecting UpdatePanel 1?
P.S. All update panels are set to Conditional in their UpdateMode's.