I am building a system for a school project. I currently have several Update Panels on the page that have many different controls on them. I also have a single Label control that i use to display messages to the user. I would like to have this label within an update panel also but there are literally hundreds of triggers that would require it to be updated and i dont want to type an absurd number of triggers for this one control.Is there a way for me to have this one panel update regardless of what happens?
I have update panel , in update panel i have one button control which exposes onlientClick event ( it dosent have click event to do postback to server).
and i have one updateprogress panel. So my problem is though i'm performing operation on client side , internally the async event is firing and making updateprogress panel to act (having rotation gif image) which i dont want , as it rotates for 10-15 sec more even after the operation at client side is done !
i m facing a strange problem, i have a script manager and form in the master page and in the content page i have two drop down list which are in update panel it is working fine in internet explorer and not working in other browsers. The problem is if i select united states as country then if i select some other country it again shows united states i.e the first selected option. Then if i keep the script manager in the content page it works properly.
i have 2 dropdownlist on my asp page.first dropdownlist value gets selected from a pop up window.now i want to fire an event from the drop down list as the drop down list index changes.The dropdownlist is in update pannel and i want to invoke the server side event of dropdownlist so that the other dropdownlist can be populated.
I have following code and when I select from my drop down list the progress controls do not show and my grdiview is not being filled either. If I leave out the update panel from my code things are working fine.
In my application I am using ajax updatepannel in which there is a tab container tool having 4 tabs, in the third third tab I used ajax accordian control which has 2 panel each pannel have one gridview control a Remove button. Here what I want to give delete facility to the user upon the selection of checkbox corresponding to the particular record. But when I click the button it doesnot triger the button click event of the remove button.
How do I conditionally trigger a full page postback from a link button inside of an update panel?
I have a custom control that contains its own updatepanel with a link button nested inside of it. When the link button is pressed I want its event handler to have the option of either letting the control update as normal or doing a full postback on the page.
Here is the control hierarchy:
Page Custom Control UpdatePanel LinkButton
Event handler Pseudo code:
LinkButton Click Handler Begin If is a partial post back AND a full postback is needed Page.DoFullPostback End If End Handler
Note: I aways need the partial postback to happen. I was considering injecting a __DoPostback in the controls markup but this seems hacky to me.
I have a Page with a FileUpload control on the top with the "Insert" button, in order to insert pictures Below that, i have a Listview showing all the pics. THis is the way i am placing my Update Panel:
How can i, press the INSERT button and reloads only the Content Template after INSERTING?
When an asynchronous postback happened inside update panel, another postback happens also for MasterPagenot only update panel embedded page .I want to prevent this MasterPage postback . is this possible ?think like i have a MasterPage and another page which is test.aspx which is content page of MasterPagei have update panel at test.aspxwhen asynchronous postback happens at this test.aspx update panel it also loads MasterPage Page_Loadi want to prevent this (it should not also load MasterPage Page_Load)
I got an updatepanel which contains a normal panel on MasterPage. The updatepanel does not contain content place holder. On the content page, I have to add triggers to updatepanel for buttons that are dynamically created on "page_load" event. The problem is that, since the page_load event of content page is being called before master page's page_load event, UpdatePanel is not being created. So that, whenever i try to add triggers in page_load event of content page, i got an error like "A control with ID 'ctl00$editableContent$ctl42' could not be found for the trigger in UpdatePanel 'up1'."
The code below is for adding triggers to updatepanel for buttons.
MasterClass master = (MasterClass)Page.Master; AsyncPostBackTrigger trig = new AsyncPostBackTrigger(); [code]....
I got a aspx page using a master page. In the aspx page, i got multiple Content section: [Code]....
What I was trying to do is to perform a post back on Content Id "Content2" with a event trigger by both of the drop down list. The problem here is the drop down list is inside "Content 1".The error I got is: [Code]....
I have 3 update panels on a Web User Control. Two of them are nested inside of a main panel. It is supposed to update the database with the user input, then update the panel changing the validation. (I change the textbox border to red when it is empty). However, none of the panels are working. I have ever retyped the entire pages, and no luck. I have tried using trigger collections, and even putting everything in one content collection. C# Code - Web User Control
I was working on this last week and took a break from it to 'regroup' and start over. Here is what I'm trying to accomplish.
1. have a web form with dropdowns to allow the user to select font sizes, colors, background image, etc. 2. I want to the form to be updated with the new styles in an update panel. 3. Once the user clicks the apply button, I want the updatepanel to refresh with the new styles.
I tried this by creating an css on the fly, but the updatepanel wasn't picking up the new css without doing a full page refresh, (which we don't want to do). I only want the updatepanel refresh and either use inline styles, a <style> on the web form etc,