AJAX :: Use A Fileupload Control Inside An Update Panel
Apr 5, 2010
Having a bit of trouble here. I know that if you want to use a fileupload control inside an AJAX update panel then you need to create a trigger for the control that performs the uploading postback to the updatepanel, but the problem is, I have an update panel that contains web usercontrols. I therefore can't add a trigger to the control(FileUpload) directly because it exists in the web control.
2- i have Ajax Control ToolKit HTML Editor OutSide My UpdatePanel and its not inside any control.
my problem when make HTMLedior (visible=false ) onpage event, MyupdatePanel Render Control Much Fast, but when i Make it visible its slow my application althougth this htmleditor not included in any update panel and its not refreshed.
have a wizard control inside an update panel. have a radiobuttonlist that autopostback's when i click a radio button, page posts back & the page hops back up to the top. i want a user to be able to click radio controls & checkboxes with the form to be fluent; the hop back up to the top is rather annoying & may confuse the user.
I am hosting a Windows User Control in my web page using <object> tag. Everything works fine when the control is outside the updatepanel and is independent of other web controls but when I move the control inside the update panel, it doen't load the user control properly.
why it doesn't render the control properly and what can I do to fix it?
I tried moving the user control outside the update panel but since this user control is shown/hidden dynamically and is rendered based on other web controls which are inside an Update Panel, the user control is not shown at all.
I have a control on a page. In the control's pre-render event I'm executing some code that's taking about a minute to execute. This means the whole page is unresponsive until the control's pre-render event is finished executing.I tried putting the control inside an update panel, but it doesn't matter the rest of the page still won't render until the pre-render event of the control is finished executing. I've attached a very simple example of my code (The event that's slowing up the control's pre-render event is not Thread.Sleep(1000):
I have many controls like dropdown, radiobuttonlist, etc on my page and I put all these controls inside the update panel so that the page doesn't look to be posting back when something is selected. Now the working on the page is very smooth. But the session object isn't getting refreshed even if I postback to the server and as a result even if the users are working on the page they are being sent to the login screen after 20 mins.
Is there anyway where I could put all the controls in update panel and still refresh the session after any postback(dropdown selection)
I am using .net 3.5 framework. I have a Tabcontainer inside that I have place asp.net fileupload control which is inside update panel. It's been known fact that fileupload control does not work under update panel unless we use Postback Triggers.
I've created a multiple uploadfile user control - upload_multiple_files.ascx:
which has an update panel ID = up_upload_multiple_files this user control will be placed inside a modalpopupextender. My question is when I click in any button AddFile, RemvFile, Upload there's a postback so the page is reloaded and the modalpopupextender disapears Is there a way to to troubleshoot this?
The reason I have the update panel outside the Tabcontainer is so that when switching between tabs, the screen doesn't flicker with refreshes, etc. But as a result, I can't get the FileUpload working properly. The FileUpload1.Filename is blank, so it errors out.
Is there anyway to get this working properly? I've tried the latest AsyncFileupload within the control toolkit, but this caused all kinds of problems with my pages so that's out of the question. I tried an iFrame too, but this also didnt work properly.
i have a website with an UpdatePanel and inside of it, is a button and a gridview, onthe click event of the button, if has the following codes:
Basically it exports the gridview data to excel, but it shows an error. it said that the error occurs when the website uses the "Response" inside the Updatepanel.is there an alternative to "Response" method.
I am trying to implement validations for a jQuery pop-up which is placed inside an update panel. I am facing problems using validation controls and I presume its because oft he ClientScriptManager it uses. I read in the FAQ section [URL] that we need to download and apply a hotfix to solve this.