I have a page.. which im trying to implement a gridview that allows you to select from it, it will open a modalpopup with a list of records linked to the selection.. now within that popup, you can pick a individual record so you can see full details..So my question is, can you have multiple modalpopup's open at the same time? If not then is there anyway to reopen the first popup with the list again so that you can pick another record
I have a simple example of a ModalPopup with a panel that appears in the center of the ModalPopup and a couple of buttons in that panel. One of the buttons is a cancel and the other is an OK button. No matter how many other buttons that I add each one closes the ModalPopup. I need to keep the ModalPopup open so that I can run a few calculations then click a close button.
I have a GridView inside a ModalPopUpExtender and would like to know how I can ensure that I can work on the grid without the pop up closing everytime i click on say 'edit' or 'delete' on the grid items.
At the minute my pop up is working great, then i click on 'edit' on a row in the grid and it the pop up closes, I then click the button to fire up the pop up again and the grid is in the mode i wanted it to be in!
I'm using the ModalPopupExtender control from the AJAX toolkit. This control extends a panel which contains a CreateUserWizard control. However, the validation of the CreateUserWizard control causes a postback to the server, which closes the popup. I'd like the popup to remain open, even after the postback.
button click i get the result from the sql server table and fill it to DataTable
if the DataTable in empty means if the query doesn't return any results
I'm working on an ASP.NET web application. There's a bill page which has two links to different pdfs of the same bill. When you click on one of the links it takes you to a ViewPDF.aspx page that shows the pdf. There's also an option to view both in a split screen so that you can compare them. When you click on this link it takes you to BillSplit.aspx which has a frameset and two frames that both point to ViewPDF.aspx. This all works perfectly.
The problem is that if an error occurs while pulling up the pdf. The application has an error page that has a few links back into the application. If you use one of these you can go back into the app and continue but now inside the frame. The URL still says BillSplit.aspx but the application is completely unaware of this since frames are HTML elements not asp.net controls.
First I am new to the asp.net world and am trying to figure out a weird issue that I am having. I have a page that has a form and on submit I launch another aspx file that exists in the same directory. The problem is the aspx file is shown and the file closes immediately! However, the weird part is if I make any modifications to the aspx file and save it and then run my application it works fine only the first time? Any subsequent submit actions launch the aspx page but then the aspx file immediately closes. But after I make some modifications to the aspx file..(simple ones) it launches correctly the first time. We are targeting .net version 4.0 and using IIS7. I am thinking that the asp worker process is doing something weird like checking for timestamps and closing it?!
I am using the jQuery Dialog in ASP.NET. I have it working fine with the exception of when I click the OK button in the dialog and if an error occurred I want to show the error in the label. By the time the dialog closing event is fired it is too late. How do I still show the dialog if an error has occurred. I don't want to close the dialog when there is an error.
I've got an aspx masterpage and want to include Google's jQuery script. However, to test it's working, I've got the below code in the head of my masterpage. However, none of the content pages display the alert. What am I missing?