I am working on an application where i have got, a content page within a Master Page. I have placed a gridview on the page. This gridview has three fields, one of them is TemplateFied, a BoundFiled and a CommandField, along with paging enabled in the gridview.
I wanted to place this gridview in Update panel so that it doesnot re-loads when command is clicked or page is changed.
Now I have tested this on an ASPX page and it seems to work, I then copy the code across to an ASCX control and put the page live and it does not work.
The update panel has an animation extender that just displays a div with a processing gif when you click next/previous.
So any reason why it creates the control on the next and not the previous step?
I'm new to the world of Update Panels and i'm having a hard time figuring out how to use them properly.
I have a form that has a table(TABLE1)...and inside TABLE1 i am linking to a sql data source....at the bottom of the table i have a 'Add' button.
When the user clicks the add button...a modal popup appears (POPUP1) and inside the POPUP1 the user can click a link that can add a user...when the link button is clicked...a panel within POPUP1 is set to visible = true.
I have one update panel around the whole table and the add button...when i click add and then click the link to add a user....the modal popup disappears.
Code on the dataURL_Infrasturcture_Capacity.aspx page:
I have a page that is mostly dynamically built in the page load of my VB.net code behind page.
The issue is that I made a change to the page and added a button that redirects to a secondary page. When the button is clicked there is a very noticeable lag until the button click event fires because the page is being rebuilt every time.
I had not wrapped the code in the load event in the If not ispostback.... because I have dynamic controls that the user interacts with and I need the page to be rebuilt when the user clicks them.
The dynamic controls are clickable table cells. I did some looking and I found that the RegisterPostBackControl. I thought this would be perfect but, it does not although I maybe using it incorrectly.
I have a page with an UpdatePanel in wich I load the menu selected Layout pages, and the layouts loads its contents dynamically.
It works fine, but when I load a Layout that has an Multiview control, the code behind of the Layout don't come in into the if(!Page.IsPostBack), ok, I fixed it with if(multiview.ActiveViewIndex==-1) multiview.setactiveview("viewName").
In the Multiview I have a ListView, in the listview I have Linkbuttons that opens another view and shows the information of the specified row dynamically.
when I click in the link so the page disappear from the update panel... why? I do not a full postback of the page, so I think I don't need to reload that page on the update panel... Right?
I have an invoice form that I want to be able to populate using an ajax control. There will be a section at the top that will allow the user to select a record from a db or create a new one. This section will have several criteria types that can be used to select the records. They will be able to choose the record by the invoice id, date of service....etc.
I'm trying to decide between using the dynamic populate extender and the update panel for the different areas of the invoice. For example, there are different sections that show the customer's info, notes for the invoice, the services performed and the totals for the work done. I want each of these to be dynamic. For example, when a new service is added to the invoice the total is updated. Or if an existing invoice is opened these fields will be populated for that record.
I'm trying to decide if the dynamic populate extender or update panels should be used for each of these dynamic sections of the invoice. It seems like either can be used but I'm not sure which would be better.
I'm writing an app in which user can register. While registering the one may choose several options and according to these regiester fields are visible or not and are required or not. I came up with an idea that all fields will be in in the updatePanel and when users changes registration options I would set visibility of these fields on the server side.
It works but incredibly slow and whats more on the FF I have the given error:
The state information is invalid for this page and might be corrupted
3 checkboxes with other fields are in the updatePanel
Each field is in dl tag with runat="server>
Am I doing something wrong ? Why does it take so long (~4 min on localhost) and in firefox it doesnt really work (when I use debug I think that process completes without errors on ff, I dont understand that at all :)
Oh and I'm using ASP.Net and cant upgrade on this project.
provide the solution to the problem. must achieve the ajax type functionality for the controls of the page displayed within the iframe, the contents(button) withing the iframe are causing complete post back i have used update panel, script manger, on the main page and also on the pae displayed in the iframe even then post back occurs note i check this using the current time of day in the label. here are the codes.
I'm working on a simple demo project so that I can learn some things about ASP.NET's AJAX capabilities. My problem is that I can't seem to get an UpdatePanel to work properly with a CheckBox inside of it. Here is the markup I'm using in my .aspx file:
I have a Web User Control containing a FormView. The formview shows details of job seeker. I have provided a button for "Download Resume" link, so that admin/HR can download the resume. I have placed this control in an aspx page that contains the UpdatePanel. Everything works fine except Download Link.
I have given a Command on donwload link button and a function is associated with the command to start download.
Below is the code i have implemented -
The code works perfectly if update panel is removed but generates script errors if update panel is used.