I have this one window which is a webform for a service request. On the form are buttons that will open another window to allow the user to make choices which will then get returned to the opening window. The problem is that unless the values are returned to textboxes the returned values will get wiped out when you click a button to open another window. Such as the HTML that I return to a label for display purposes.
I am using Crystal Report on my ASP.NET Fw. 3.5 project. My report contains 100+ pages. When I click on next page button on crystal report viewer control my whole page gets postback to server and then second page appears. This take same time when first time report gets loaded.
My web form contains a postback button. The button will postback and call a server-side method. The method will process something that may spend about 20 seconds. However, user may try to click the button several times within the waiting period. The sequential clicking may cause the first running method incomplete and stop, since the second click postback will dominate the method and start again. How can I solve it?
PS: It can not use client side script to disable the button, because it requires to use some server-side validation within the method.
Background: I am customizing an existing ASP .NET / C# application. It has it's own little "framework" and conventions for developers to follow when extending/customizing its functionality. I am currently extending some of it's administrative functionality, to which the framework provides a contract to enforce implementation of the GetAdministrationInterface() method, which returns System.Web.UI.Control. This method is called during the Page_Load() method of the page hosting the GUI interface.
Problem: I have three buttons in my GUI, each of which have been assigned an Event Handler. My administration GUI loads up perfectly fine, but clicking any of the buttons doesn't do what I expect them to do. However, when I click them a second time, the buttons work.
I placed breakpoints at the beginning of each event handler method and stepped through my code. On the first click, none of the event handlers were triggered. On the second click, they fired.
Example of Button Definition (within GetAdministrationInterface)
I have a page with formview, the page contains a lot of input fields and a lot of validators and when I press "Save" button (in which I perform insert procedure) the form is validated, but button click event and page load happens. Validators and button belong to the same validation group. How to avoid button click and page load events happening when some validators aren't correct? In page without formview everything works ok, I click "Save" button and when all validators are correct only then happens button click event. How to fix that with form view?
I have an web application that requires users to log in to access the feature. The problems i am running in to is even thought the users sessions expires, button events are firing. The solution to fix this problems is checking if user is authenticated on the button click event.
My question is instead of having this check in every button event is that any other way to prevent the button to fire click event if user session expires?
Server Click event is not being triggered when I click on the "LookupButton". The weird part is that this code works on our Dev server, but not QA. If I get rid of "LookupValidationGroup", from the Lookup Button ValidationGroup property, the page does postback, but then my validators do not work. I could explicitly do the validation on the Server Side, but dont think I should need to.
No errors are being displayed. I also reinstalled .net 3.5 using aspnet_regiis -i command.
My problem is i am dynamically creating a button and adding to cell, row, table, panel then place holder which is inside a update panel. When i click the button it does a full post back not a parsial postpack.
Do i need to do something else to get it to work with the update panel?
when i click on button then postback happen but i stopped the postback. my code is follows.
I have textboxes inside an updatepanel and a button outside the updatepanel.when the user changes the textbox text and then clicks the button(NOTE: donot click anywhere on the screen) the buttons click event doesn't fire only the textchanged event gets fired. My assumption is that both events would fire and the textchanged event would be first.
Is there a work around to this bug?
In normal cases when I type a text in textbox and tab,the button click event along with textchanged is fired.I want the same behaviour when i change the text and clickover button too.
I dont know what happened but none of my buttons or linkbuttons causes a postback anymore. I have dragged a few updatepannels on the page but the linkbutton concerned is not enclosed within an update pannel. when I click it there is just no postback happening anymore. I set the debugger at Page_load but...its not reached. I used firebug to analyse the http requests. there is none. its like those are not considered buttons anymore.
I have created a user control which has a form and 2 buttons; Save and Submit. Both buttons are created at design time. Users can enter details in the form (e.g. title and description of an item) and click Save which does some server-side processing to create an 'Item' then clears the form.
And a placeholder to add dynamically created controls:
I am saving the Items in ViewState and dynamically creating a LinkButton control for each Item which allows the user to edit the item:
Now, when I test this in Visual Studio 2010, it works fine;
1. Enter Item title and description in form
2. Click Save
3. Save button triggers postback and onClick event code is run
4. ViewState list is displayed below the form
When I create a local IIS web site for testing, the postback on the Save button only works the first time I click it. Postback is false on the second click and the page reloads without running the onClick event code.
i am working on a project.but i have a problem.basically,i am using ajaxtoolkit tabcontainer.assume that i have 2 tabs which i created.let's call them tab1,tab2.in tab1 there is a button and textbox.when i click the button,i am writing some text into the textbox. then i am creating a tab dynamically. assume that it is called "tab3".the problem is when i click the button in the tab1,tab3 is diappearing.how can i prevent this?
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 am creating a button dynamically in my code and attaching a click event to it. However I have to prevent people to click it while there is a process going on. So when it is clicked once, it should be disabled and when the process ends it should be enabled. How can I do that?
I have page on which I've a login control in which I've a subnit button. The problem is this that when I refresh the that page the submit button or any button that was clicked last before page refresh gets its click event automatically fired.
I have an ASP .Net TreeView control that I am dynamically adding tree nodes to from my codebehind on Page_PreRender. The TreeView is populated nicely and the appropriate checkboxes are where they are expected to be. For each of these nodes the SelectAction=TreeNodeSelectAction.None. However, when accessing the TreeView CheckedNodes() collection in my codebehind after selecting a few nodes (checkboxes are selected) and clicking a submit button to post back to the server in the button click event, my CheckedNodes.count() = 0. I can not figure out why my CheckedNodes collection in the codebehind does not contain the nodes that I have checked from the GUI.
I'm reading an invoice dataset and building a html table with checkboxes and textboxes in it, and I put that code in a postback = false block, then i got a button and a literal. The button click will loop through the html table checkboxes to calculate a total and assign it to the literal and display it. I got everything working except one thing, every time i click the button, the html table refreshes and lost all the value in textboxes....even though I put the html building block in the postback = false block,it seems like it still won't preserve the values in the textboxes once there's a button click...Anybody knows a solution to that? I want the textboxes keep what values are there.
I have a button in a datalist footer template. The datalist is in an UpdatePanel. When the button is clicked is causes a postback but does not fire the click event. The ID of the button is not the ID of the control causing the postback. How can I get the button to fire the click event?
...I get an async postback when I click the 'Edit' button for a particular GridView row. This is what I want. In fact, I also get an async postback if I then click the 'Cancel' button for that GridView row which appears after having clicked the 'Edit' button.
However, if I instead click the 'Update' button that appears after having clicked the 'Edit' button, I get a full postback. I have tried almost every GridView EventName
I can find to add to the <Triggers></Triggers> section to get a click of the 'Update' button to result in an async postback, but with no luck.
What EventName should I use in the <Triggers></Triggers> section to get a GridView to do an async postback when clicking the 'Update' button for a particular row?
When i Logging,the page will be redirected to another page(known matter).With the Username what i have given.
If i type somethn in the Username and Pwd textboxes and not Logging in but clicking any of the Link(obviously it will be redirected to that link),but when i click back button,the UserName and Pwd texboxes are not cleared.