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 have one update panel inside updatepanel i have one dropdownlist .When i change dropdownlist value so as per value button1 which is out of updatepanel not visible =true or false as per dropdownlist value.
when postback occurs due to update panel's child control then in page load event how can i know that it was dut to update panel ?i.e., i want to differentiate between general postback and postback due to update panel's child control in page load event .How is that possible ?
Related to my previous question which is answered. The deal is, there is an update panel for modalpopup extender that is triggered by a button. The problem is when the form is submitted by a button, this modal popup is seen on the page! I do NOT want this modal popup extender to be seen when the form is submitted.
I have a page on which there is a textbox that is in update panel and has text changed event and autopostback=true. On the same page there is a 'Retrieve' button(inside repeater control) outside the updatepanel. Now what is happening is if user inputs data in the textbox and clicks retreive button page_load event is firing twice which is not what should be happening, one time its the partial postback due to the text changed event and second time is the page post back. I would like to restrict the second postback.
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 one label out of update panel and one button inside update panel. in button click event i update the label text. when i run the code and click on button then partial postback occur and button click event fire but label value is not change. if i put the label too in the update panel then label value change at the time of button click. i do not understand why label value is not getting updated. suppose if i want that label should stay out of update panel and label value should change at the time of partial postback then how to write the code. i dont want put the label in any update panel.
i am using the update panel in my application in that i had added 3 dropdownlists,all of them are having the selectedIndexchange event so, once you select any item in the dropdown list i had to some operation, but the problem is that if i change the any dropdownlist in the update panel all the dropdownlists selected index methods are getting called, but what i was expecting is that when i select any item in first dropdonwlist that corresponding selectindex has to be executed not the other ones, so anybody had experienced this kind of problem let me know?
I am having an issue with an update panel, which is still causing the entire page to postback.
I have made sure i have all the correct bits in the web.config, section groups, httphandlers, httpmodules, additonal assemly etc... but it still does not work. I have got it to work in a way,which is why i think i have the config right, because if i take the search panel of and place it outwith the update panel, the go button only postsback the rest of the page not what is inside the updatepanel.
I am using a master page, but the update panel only appears in the content page, within the content tags.
I have a formview in Edit Mode, within an update Panel all and these arewithin a Modal Pop Up extender.On clicking Formview Update button, I want an image to appear within the pop up.I have put the image within another panel1 and runat server.For some reason the image is not showing on clicking update button.
In one of my webpage, I have a parent window where i have a datalist with 10 rows of images. when i click any image a pop up window(child window) opens.
The child window has a form to be filled by user. Once user fills this form, he will press the save button. Once the save button is clicked, the child window should be closed and the datalist(in the update panel) in the parent window should be refreshed.
in the refreshDataList() function I have written the following code:
Below is the sample code on using the update panel. The page just has a button and a label. On button click it updates the label with the server time. Though the label is inside the update panel the page goes for a complete postback. in understanding why it is behaving like that. I tried the options of Updatemode, using different script references nothing seems working for this simple application.
It works fine in Firefox but in IE 7 fails doing the postback sometimes. Is it just a problem with my browser? The partial postback inside the update panel works great in both browsers, but when I hit the button outside the panel, the complete postback doesn;t work in IE....
Gridview binding data from database without doing postback on the select of item in dropdown.i know it is possible through ajax update panel but for some specific reason it can't use it.And i think that gridview is a server-side control and if i implement it by using table structure , jquery ajax and web service then it will loose all gridview properties of edit, update and paging etc.