AJAX :: Margin On Div Removed After Async Postback With UpdatePanel
Sep 15, 2010
I have a series of div's inside an update panel, these divs have a margin-bottom defined in css. In IE8, when I do a async postback these margins are all removed. All the other styles are fine. If I turn on compatibility mode this does not happen. In Google Chrome the margins are maintained correctly after the async postbacks.
I've got a problem that after i refresh an update panel all the HoverMenu's stop displaying, it still calls the WebMethod which returns valid html and the panel is displayed, but it content of the panel isn't displayed on the browser.
I've created a single page to demo this problem:
The demo shows the hovermenu working until you click the update button then it stops showing the content, although it is still calling the WebMethod onhover.
I am using VS2008, .net Framework 3.5 and toolkit 3, 0, 30930, 0
I have placed a user control inside update panel after doing asynchronous postback of page associated js file of that user control is not working so that is there any method to exclude a control from updatepanel in another word i don't want to post that user control.
<asp:UpdatePanel ID="upPnlAnswerList" runat="server"> <ContentTemplate> // another code that required to placed inside updatepanel <div id="miancontainer" class="containerr" <klmsuc:Share ID="shareUserControl" runat="server" /> [code]...
I am using VWD 2008.. I have a RadioButtonList with two options.
I also have an UpdatePanel
When the LoadingOption change it then has some code behind that at the moment changes the <asp:Literal ID="ItemName" runat="server" /> text.
If I don't have a Radiobutton selected when the page loads then all works fine. i.e. I can select either radiobutton and the ItemName updates correctly.... Whats the problem you may ask ????
Well I want to have one of the Radio buttons selected when the page has been loaded (like a default setting). So I do this <asp:ListItem Text="1kVA" Value="1kVA" Selected="True" />........ Here is my problem, When I select the other option (7kVA) the ItemName updates fine BUT if I then select the first option (1kVA) the ItemName does not update. I added another button that just does a postback. When the button is clicked the ItemName updates correctly. OK, fine but I don't want that. I want to be able to click on one option and the ItemName updates then click on the other option and the ItemName updates.
Have I missed something out ??
By the way if I set the <asp:AsyncPostBackTrigger ControlID="LoadingOptions" /> to <asp:PostBackTrigger ControlID="LoadingOptions" /> then it works how I want it apart from the reloading of the page, I would like it to update in Async Mode so it is seemless and no page reload.
in my Site i have 3 updatepanels.In the 1 is the gridview. with templatefield in this is the imagebutton. ImageButton has commandname "Select" want to register the ImageButton as AsyncTrigger for the other Updatepanels 2 and 3
I'm working on adding a todo list to a project system and would like to have the todo creation trigger a async postback to update the database. I'd really like to host this in a usercontrol so I can drop the todo list onto a project page, task page or stand alone todo list page.
Here's what I have.User Control "TodoList.ascx" which lives in the Controls directory.
The script that sits at the top of the UserControl. You can see where I started building jsonText to postback but when that didn't work I just tried posting back an empty data variable and removed the 'string items' variable from the AddTodo2 method.
I can have a control that can be used to display multiple todo lists and create a brand new todo list as well.When I click on the #divAddButton I can watch it build the postback in firebug but once it completes it runs the error portion by alerting 'error'. I can't see why.
I'd really rather have the response method live inside the user control as well. Since I'll be dropping it on several pages to keep from having to go put a method on each individual page.
I have tried registering events on Page.Load and Page.Init, like so:
I have also tried flat out writing the function call to the page:
I have put breakpoints on the lines inside each delegate and they do not get hit. I am not aware of any special way to register events of a composite control's child control or the Page.Load/Page.Init events when being done inside a server control. Is there some special way to register these events? (Note: Both those code blocks above are in my CreateChildControls() method)
I want to provide status updates during a long-running task on an ASP.NET WebForms page with AJAX.Is there a way to get the ScriptManager to execute and process a script for a web service request concurrently with an async postback? I have a script on the page that makes a web service request. It runs on page load and periodically using setInterval(). It's running correctly before the async postback is initiated, but it stops running during the async postback, and doesn't run again until after the async postback completes.
I'm trying to create a modal popup that has multiple buttons that a user will click to choose options. This is all well and good but when the user clicks an option it fires a full postback. The modal opens async, but I can't get it to hide async. Heres some code:
I have a web user control with one updatepanel (pnlUpdate_2), some controls and one apply button. I display the web user control as a modalpopup in my default page. In my default page i have an updatepanel (pnlUpdate_1) with a gridview and I modify that gridview with the apply button of the web user control. The web user control is for made a custom search of the gridview data. I have a problem with both updatepanels. If I set the updatemode as always in one of them (pnlUpdate_1) and the other as conditional (pnlUpdate_2), the pnlUpdate_1 make a postback in the pnlUpdate_2; I'm not an expert on this but I think that's why the pnlUpdate_2 disappear and reappear after postback of some controls in that updatepanel (not the apply button, it close the modal after postback). I try all the combinations and the problem persists. So I put both updatepanels as conditional and in some way it works; now the problem is that when I click the apply button in pnlUpdate_2 to modify the gridview in pnlUpdate_1 the pnlUpdate_1 not made the postback I get the pnlUpdate_2 postback when I use some control inside the pnlUpdate_1.
How can I postback the pnlUpdate1 from pnlUpdate_2 with the apply button?
Dim iCounter as Integer Dim iQuantity as Integer = 10 Protected Sub btnFoo_Click Handles btnFoo Yadda For i as Integer = iCounter to iQuantity - 1 //do something with AsyncPostBackTrigger until iCounter = iQuantity - 1 //then trigger a full postback Next End Sub
I am new to the concept and feel like there must be something really easy that I am missing.
I am aware that a FileUpload requires a full page postback. I read the article http://www.4guysfromrolla.com/articles/090209-1.aspx[^]I tried to install a PostBackTrigger programmatically to get a full postback only on the ImageButton1 control. All other postbacks must be partial. (GridView sorting, paging, ...)In code behind I do :
The above code does not seem to install a full postback only for the ImageButton1, so the file upload fails. How can I make this work ?
I have updatePanel in my ASP.NET 2.0 (migrated from ASP.NET 1.1) web app. It doesn't work as it always postback instead of callback. I already set<xhtmlConformance mode="Transitional" /> but still not working. Previously, it just working.
I have a webform which has an updatepanel with a combobox, add button, delete button and a table. The functiion of the two buttons is to add or delete table rows. However, the table is getting cleared everytime the combobox item is selected. Is there anotherway of retaining the table contents?The code for the updatepanel is:
I have an Usercontrol which has a update panel that being postback by a timer, and it is nested in a parent page which has its own update panel. Every time that the update panel in UserControl cause a postback to server my main page's scrollbar being reset to top or buttom of the page. I enabled viewstate of parent page but nothing, and when enable parent page's MaintainScrollPOsitionOnPOstback it cause a problem for Usercontrol updatepanel postback !
I'm reading about the UpdatePanel and how it interacts with controls inside & outside of it.
My understanding is that the usual ASP.Net pipeline takes place when posting from within an UpdatePanel-- Page load etc all fire off as normal-- except when the prerendering stage is reached. In that case the ScriptManager does a final check and only renders those controls within the UpdatePanel and skips the rest. That's my understanding at least.
Sounds good, but for argument's sake let's say I have a TextBox located outside an UpdatePanel. If a postback occurs from within that panel, the TextBox's properties can still be set in the page load method, but those changes will not take effect. (normally; it is possible to postback the entire page from an UpdatePanel)
Is that correct? What happens to that TextBox's ViewState in this instance? Is it updated based on what happened to it in the page load method or is that modification tossed out because it wasn't in the UpdatePanel?